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Spray Foam

The Spray Foam we use is a Class A Fire Rated two-component, quick-cure polyurethane foam that fills cavities, penetrations, and cracks in rim joists, roof wall junctures, and around pipes and ducts up to 2” thick. Insulation is a chemically cured foam designed to significantly reduce curing time. It dispenses, expands, and becomes tack-free in seconds, which allows for re-entry in 1 hour after the job is done. Which is our customers' favorite part!

GREENGUARD Gold Certified

This is a two-component system designed to fill and insulate large voids and surfaces. It has excellent adhesion properties that create a continuous air barrier. This also helps in the quality of the indoor air along with lowering your heating and cooling costs. Our product is a Class 1(A) fire-rated foam, this meets building requirements for insulation. When properly applied it reduces energy consumption, leaving your home or buildings to be certified in their respective energy designation.


Describes the thermal resistance to heat flow by an insulation product. The high R-value foam insulation makes spray polyurethane foam (SPF) more effective at reducing air leakages than any other insulation. Closed-cell polyurethane foam insulates 50% better than traditional fiberglass and cellulose insulations. (SPF) can reduce 40% of the home's energy lost through air infiltration and exfiltration. The higher the R-Value of an insulation product the more effective the insulation.  After it’s sprayed, spray foam expands 30-100 times more than its original volume.

Polyurethane spray foam also is a vapor barrier that protects buildings against moisture. This prevents the occurrence of mold and mildew. It can therefore be used for outdoor applications as well as indoor applications. Its strong and solid structure adds structural support. Spray foam is also used to reduce noise in addition to heat and moisture control. It reduces the transfer of airborne sound thus acting as a sound barrier through doors, walls, or floors. It also improves the air quality by sealing out allergens.

Spray foam is durable, long-lasting, and cost-effective. Spray foam insulation may be a bit more expensive than the traditional cellulose and fiberglass insulation, but when compared to the energy savings the investment in spray foam makes economic sense.

Spray Foam Checklist

Before cleaning basements, crawlspaces, and other storage areas, it is necessary to completely remove the existing rodent infestation first. Once there is no more evidence of activity then you can begin cleaning these areas. Before cleaning the space, ventilate the area by opening the doors and windows for at least 30 minutes to allow fresh air to enter the area and to remove potentially contaminated air from the area. Use cross-ventilation and leave the area during the airing-out period.

  • Wear rubber, latex, or vinyl gloves when cleaning up urine, droppings, or nesting materials. Note that a dust mask may provide some protection against dust, molds, and insulation fibers, but does not protect against viruses.
  • Treat anything that has urine, droppings, and nesting materials with a household disinfectant prepared according to the label instructions for dilution and disinfection time. Soak well. This will inactivate any virus. Use a paper towel or rag to pick up the materials and dispose of them.
  • Remove the items and place them in an area that is well-ventilated and exposed to direct sunlight.
  • Some contaminated stored materials, such as clothing, books, etc. can be decontaminated, and items that are no longer needed can be discarded.
  • Dispose of any cardboard boxes contaminated with urine or droppings. Plastic, glass, or metal containers can be disinfected by spraying them with solutions or disinfectants.
  • Wash hands well with soap and warm water.

Our Policy

Before service, make sure to remove all items from the area or ensure items are covered and protected to prevent anything from getting damaged.