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Spray foam claim a couple of benefits. First, they fill gaps and voids better. Second, they perform well as air flow retarders. The result is a higher in-the-wall R-value. Infiltration is also reduced, so that component of a building's energy use is reduced. Both of these benefits result in raising the "effective" R-value of spray foam when compared to typically installed loose fill or batt insulation. Spray foam is also self-supporting, which enables its use on the underside of roofs and floors.

In a roof application, spray foam will increase the structure's ability to handle high winds as well as bring the attic into the conditioned space. A roof application of spray foam will reduce infiltration and reduce ceiling heat transfer and duct losses. Wall and floor applications will also create better thermal and air barriers, and make better use of engineered products. Spray foam insulation can result in less conductive, convective and radiant heat transfer, lower infiltration rates, less duct losses, a more structurally sound building and can result in significantly smaller-sized heating and cooling systems and better comfort levels for the occupants.


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