Spray Foam Insulation Texas
Searching for the best insulation installers in Central Texas? All Out Insulation is here for you. We install both fiberglass and spray foam insulation in various locations around Central Texas.
Selecting the right insulation for your building project is a particularly important task. For most people there are misconceptions and confusion on which would be the best insulation to use in your home or industrial building. Insulation is designed to reduce the unwanted transfer of heat and it should also help to protect your home from moisture and keep mold from growing in your walls and attic.
How Does Insulation Work?
Understanding what insulation is and how it works in an important part of knowing which is the best choice for your structure that you are working on around Arlington, Texas. Our company works with the two main kinds of insulation and can help you to understand the pros and cons of both types, helping to make your decision an easier one.
Fiberglass insulation is one of the types of insulation that we use in many projects around Central Texas, including Cleburne, TX. This insulation is man made and normally comes in Batts. This allows us to install the insulation in between the boards in your structure. When building a new structure, this is done before the drywall is installed. This can also work well on the inner roofing area, between the floors and in crawl spaces under your home or industrial buildings. This is known to be the less inexpensive way to insulate in the beginning.
Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam insulation is an exceptionally good choice of insulation to use around areas like Eastland, Texas, for example. The spray foam insulation comes in two different liquid forms and we combine it together on the job site. We run the two liquids through special spay equipment. The liquids combine and spray out of the tip of the gun nozzle. It is applied to the ceiling, walls, between the floor and in the crawl spaces. We can also apply this insulation, around pipes and electrical wiring to offer a quality insulation for you home or industrial building. These combined chemicals expand and cover all of the tiny cracks that have been left in your structure. It also works wonders in odd shapes and areas that are hard to reach with other insulations. As this mixture expands and hardens, it creates a barrier that blocks moisture, dust and allergens and offers a more quality insulation factor to your building around Fort Worth, Texas.
This insulation comes in two forms, one is the Open Cell, which is made of cells that are not fully closed. This creates an insulation that is somewhat softer and more flexible and works well in odd shaped areas.
The open cell expands out to about 3 inches when it is sprayed onto your walls or ceilings. This creates a quality thickness adding the R-value insulation factor for you structure. The open cell also creates a quality sound proofing between your floors.
Closed-cell foam insulation is just as it sounds and is formed with cells that are completely closed. The closed cell insulation is more rigid and stable than open cell. With the cells being larger and enclosed, they are closer together and create the barrier to keep out the moisture, dirt, and debris. This is normally used on the outer walls and ceiling areas to protect your home and offer a better insulation quality around Gatesville, Texas, and the surrounding areas.
Benefits of Using Spray Foam
Residential and Commercial Service
Our company offers high-quality spray foam insulation to residential and commercial customers around Central Texas, including Granbury, Texas for instance. We know how to deal with the sometimes hard to insulate metal roofing that not all insulation wants to cover well. Our spray foam insulation will adhere to the metal roofing, creating a quality seal for your structure. With our spray foam insulation, adhering to the metal, it is not something that you have to worry about in a few years that it will start sagging and falling down. There are times that commercial buildings have vents that are no longer in use and will allow the air to escape or come into your building. With the use of our quality insulation procedures and process in Weatherford, Texas, we can block these off to give you a quality insulation.
Making Your Selection
When making your selection on which insulation products that you would want to use on your special project, there are several things that you should consider. Knowing that you are investing into your structure with a quality product and an insulation job that is going to last will give you the comfort and reassurance that you have made the right choice. Whether you live in Hillsboro, TX or another area in Central Texas, we can help you make the right decision for your needs.
Spray Foam vs. Fiberglass
There are benefits and drawbacks of both spray foam and fiberglass insulation, installation costs being the highlight. Generally, spray foam insulation is more expensive to have installed but it has various benefits over fiberglass, including:
- Spray foam lasts longer whereas fiberglass insulation needs to be replaced more often
- Unlike spray foam, fiberglass insulation is subject to mold growth
- Closed-cell foam insulation also acts as an air sealant in addition to an insulator
When you are ready to talk spray foam insulation in Eastland, Texas, or anywhere else in the Central Texas area, give us a call. Our company is ready to help you to understand your choices when it comes to giving your residential or commercial structure the best insulation possible. We will answer any questions that you have and walk you through our process so that you know what to expect. We take pride in our work and our customer service and will be there for you, before, during and even after our job is completed.