Why Add Foam Insulation to Your New Home?
- Best return on investment you can put in your new home
- Only product you can put in the house that will pay you back
- Insulation. Do it once, and do it right. Foam and Forget!
- Saves on initial HVAC costs and lumber costs
Foam Insulation Services for New Construction
The best time to have us look at your project is undoubtedly at the planning stage. Deciding on foam can lead to downsizing your HVAC unit tonnage by up to 40%, which is one saving that can used to offset the costs of our product. You can achieve 40-60% decrease in heating/cooling utility bills, typically paying itself off in about 2-3 years. Another savings can be in the cost of lumber. Unless 2x6s are necessary for structural reasons, 2×4’s can be used in conjunction with (3.5”) foam to outperform any of type of insulation by providing an air seal.
When planning for your new home, let us take a look at your plans and then come on-site to provide you a firm quote.
Insulation in the home is one thing that you will never want to change. With other types of insulation (fiberglass, cellulose, etc.) you must continually add more insulation in the attics to maintain the recommended R-38. Spray foam will never settle, meaning you will foam it and forget it! Whether you are building a forever home or something to flip, spray foam insulation is the best option. Spray foamed houses sell much faster on the market due to low utility bills and the added longevity of the HVAC equipment in a home.
Value for Foam Insulation in New Home
You may be surprised how much value you can find in a spray foamed house. We understand that you work hard for your money and want to invest it wisely, in fact, spray foam will start paying you back in roughly 2 years of energy savings. For example, on an average 3,000 sq. ft. home, adding spray foam to the house will add roughly $25 to your mortgage, but in return save you approximately $100 every single month! We urge you to ask one of our satisfied customers!