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True North Spray Foam

Residential & Commercial
Spray Foam Insulation Services

Kalispell, Montana
(406) 580-8522

Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation offers several advantages over traditional home insulation materials such as fiberglass or cellulose. Spray foam is a type of insulation that is applied as a liquid and then expands and hardens into a solid foam, filling gaps and sealing off air leaks more effectively than other types of insulation.Spray foam insulation creates an air-tight seal, reducing the amount of air that leaks in and out of a building. This can help to keep indoor temperatures consistent and reduce energy costs.Additionally, spray foam insulation is a more effective barrier to sound and moisture, which can improve the overall comfort and durability of a home.

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Healthy Indoor Air and Energy Efficiency

A building envelope is the exterior shell of a given structure (exterior walls, roof, and floor). More specifically, an entire system of building materials and design elements that control a structure's air movement, water vapor movement, and temperature.New building science recommends Spray Foam Insulation with properly sized heating and cooling systems and an Energy Recovery Ventilation unit (ERV) for optimal healthy indoor air and energy efficiency in our homes and workspaces.

A More Versatile and Effective Building Material

Closed Cell Spray Foam insulation is a more versatile and effective building material than either fiberglass batt or blown cellulose insulation. It not only insulates, but also provides an air and moisture barrier as well as adding increased structural integrity, air quality, operational performance and reduced energy consumption.

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Build Tight,
Ventilate Right

In the past, building practices have advocated the old adage, "a building needs to breathe." New technologies and research are showing that ventilated attics and crawlspaces are no longer the optimal methodology.
Cutting-edge materials and modern building techniques have rewritten the rules and "build tight, ventilate right" is the new motto for best building practices.

Building Tight Homes

Ventilating attics and crawlspaces offers the free exchange of outside air with inside air which allows conditioned indoor air to escape out and hot or cold outdoor air to fill the indoor space.The result is an inefficient use of insulating materials and a compromised indoor airspace. Because most heating and cooling equipment and ductwork are located in attics or crawlspaces, the outdoor air reduces the temperature of warm duct air (during the winter or increase the temperature of cold duct air (during the summer). This can lead to:• Increased energy bills from the heating/cooling system working harder
• Greater potential for mold, due to condensation forming within the ducts
• Pollen, airborne particulates, and pollution into the home
• Insects, rodents, and other pests entering through the vent openings.
Insulating and sealing attics and crawl spaces with spray polyurethane foam is the most effective way to prevent these unwanted problems.

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Energy Savings

Consumers have reported that sprayed polyurethane foam insulation has reduced their monthly energy and utility bills by 30% or more.

Prevent Air, Moisture & Gas Infiltration

Spray Foam Insulation prevents air, moisture, and gas infiltration, which can cause mold and mildew growth—not to mention structural damage to your home. Protect your family and home.

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Where to Insulate Your Home

Spray foam insulation should be applied where air and moisture can enter your home. Typical application areas include attics, crawl spaces, walls, basements, and even exterior surfaces.

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Kalispell, Montana
(406) 580-8522

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