Commercial Spray Foam Insulation will improve your business and your bottom line. From small commercial jobs to the largest industrial projects, spray foam offers practical alternatives for building design and construction.
Spartan Insulation offers cost-effective, fast and reliable insulation for virtually any building. Foam insulation applied to the interior of a commercial or industrial building will provide outstanding thermal insulation values, higher acoustic insulation values, lower energy costs and an improved working environment.
Spray foam insulation can also eliminate condensation with spray foam depth as little as one inch. Some of the best insulation values per depth available on the market and allows commercial and industrial buildings to be brought up to modern standards more easily than with other forms of insulation. Spray foam insulation also provides a more airtight building and allows much more efficient heating or cooling systems to be used.
Many metal roofs are poorly insulated, which results in condensation problems. At Spartan Insulation we fix these problems with one simple application. Spray foam insulation is the ideal solution to insulate new or old metal roofs and can be applied quickly and easily.
Once the foam is applied it will immediately begin to ‘cure’ into a rigid foam insulation, forming a continuous layer in the most intricate of spaces. Large or complex roofs can be insulated in a fraction of the time with this technology, as the spray foam bonds directly to the underside surface of the roof.
This level of insulation and prevention of condensation is impossible to attain with traditional insulation.
Spray foam Insulation is the perfect insulation for practically any agricultural building. Foam is likely to be the easiest, fastest, most efficient way to insulate your crop storage, feed storage, livestock housing, workshop or just about any other agricultural use building. Because the foam is spray applied, it will seek and seal any gaps in the structure to form a continuous layer. This makes foam insulation far more efficient than other methods of insulation, saving you money on heating and cooling.
When applied directly to the underside of the roof of your agricultural building, spray foam insulation will also eliminate thermal bridges and prevent condensation completely. By forming one continuous structure, it not only holds heat & cooling in better, it also helps to spread any load or stress placed on the roof. This makes breakage from impact damage far less likely and helps to increase the longevity of your roof.
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Spray Foam Insulation can be used to enhance thousands of construction projects and is the best choice considering other available insulation methods.
Open cell spray foam insulation is a semi-rigid ½ pound per cubic foot and is low density. This water blown foam is designed for indoor use only. Since the cells are open, it relies on trapping the air inside of the foam, which then insulates the air seal. In open cell spray foam the blowing agent is water, which helps the reaction process respond in the foam. There are NO TOXIC GASES used or released in this process. This type of spray foam works well in new construction, remodels, agricultural buildings and commercial settings.
When you spray the open cell foam into place it expands about 120 times itself and is a two part liquid and it cures into place within seconds. This method has the best cost per R-value of foam insulation. The R-value for most open cell foams are around 3.5 to 4.5 per inch. There are no ozone depleting chemicals such as; CFC, HCFC, fibers, VOC’s formaldehyde, or asbestos. The open cell spray foam is really good for an air seal and also for sound control. We prefer to use the open cell spray foam on above grade applications. It is Hydrophobic, so it repels water well and it doesn’t wick up water. When applied to the underside of a leaking roof deck the water will drain down through it, so it will expose the leaking area under the deck.
Both open cell and closed cell spray foam are excellent choices for insulation, but there are a few advantages to choosing open cell spray foam.
These advantages include: