Month: July 2015

Advantages of R-Value Remain Stable Over Time

Spray foam is a preferred method of insulation due to its built in air sealing quality and vapor retarding capabilities. These qualities help give spray foam a higher r-value. R-value is a measurement of thermal resistance or more simply put, the resistance to transfer of heat. A higher R-value provides a better insulation...

How Spray Foam Insulation Prevents Damage from Ice Dams

For homeowners throughout New England, ice dams can be quite a nightmare.  Ice dams form when snow on one’s roof is exposed to freezing temperatures, causing it freeze and clog the gutter. When heat rises and melts the snow and ice, instead of flowing into the gutter, the meltwater often...


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