Keeping your cool – Benefits of Spray Foam in Warm Climates


While we all love basking in the sun, we prefer not to be sweating through sleepless nights due to the cooled air escaping our home. Air loss is expensive and on average, Americans spend $11 billion annually to operate their air conditioners. And with as much as 40% of energy loss occurring through cracks and gaps in the walls, roofs and floors, that is a lot of expensive air that is being lost to the outside.

High performance R-value of spray foam insulation can help you stay cool, but it’s important to know that spray foam insulation is an air barrier which also plays an important role in limiting air loss and keeping you and your family comfortable.
Learn more about the R-value for spray foam insulation and how it, together with an air barrier, can help keep you cool this summer – and all year long!

4 responses on “Keeping your cool – Benefits of Spray Foam in Warm Climates

  1. Skylar Williams

    That’s amazing that Americans spend 11 billion dollars annually to cool their homes. I would imagine that’s even when people are trying to find more efficient ways to insulate their homes. I would love to get this foam if I’m losing close to 40% of my energy.

  2. Jay Jorgenson

    I really like what was said about how spray foam insulation is a great investment because of increasing energy prices. Just looking at the pictures of spray foam insulation, I feel like it is way more airtight then traditional insulation. This means that your house or building will retain the energy being used on the indoors.

  3. Scott

    I had no idea that 40% of energy loss occurs through cracks and gaps in the walls, roofs, and floors. I can see why it would be important to use spray foam to save money on your energy bill. My wife and I have been thinking of ways to conserve some energy to save money. I’ll have to talk with her about looking around our house to see if we can find any cracks in it.

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