Spray foam wall insulation is a highly effective method for keeping your new or existing home comfortable. Cold air seeping in from the outside can dramatically affect your home’s livability, and it can also increase your energy bills! That’s why it’s so important to take a serious look at different wall insulation types.
In new home construction, spray foam insulation can be installed in the wall cavity prior to the drywall going up.
If you need wall insulation services in Maryland, Delaware, or Northern Virginia, call Foam InSEALators today. Our team knows how to insulate walls for any project to maximize your enjoyment of your home.
Spray foam wall insulation can be easily installed in the walls of new homes, whether they are made of wood, brick, concrete, or other material. Since spray foam insulation is installed in an open cavity, there are many options for insulating this space—both open cell spray foam and closed cell spray foam can be installed in the walls of new homes.
A Hybrid Insulation System is another option for insulating the walls of new homes. This is a combination of 1 ½” closed cell spray foam plus a type of wall insulation roll known as fiberglass batt insulation.
Have questions on wall insulation? Contact us, we’d be happy to help! Our team of seasoned professionals knows how to insulate walls from the inside out so that you can lounge comfortably in your living space year-round.