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Structural benefits: Clemson University has been researching the use of spray foam as an enhanced attachment system for roofing. This research centers on how to retrofit or construct buildings to be more resistant to hurricane and other high wind events.

Thermal and air benefits: A second aspect of spray foam is the enhanced thermal insulation characteristics. The stated R-value, or thermal resistance value, of insulation is measured under laboratory conditions. Real-life in-use R-values are quite different. An R-13 rated insulation batt installed improperly may only provide R-9. Whole wall R-values may be even less because of voids, wood, headers, etc. in the wall. Spray foam can provide a higher whole-wall R-value because of its ability to better fill wall cavities around electrical, plumbing, and other obstructions within the wall.



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