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Would you like to know that the insulation in your home will be just as effective, decades from now, as it is today? Spray foam insulation offers just this piece of mind. Traditional insulation materials like fiberglass and blown cellulose, on the other hand, begin to slowly deteriorate immediately after they are installed. Over time the thermal envelope of a traditionally insulated building can be significantly compromised. Spray foam insulation will not sag or shift, it is not susceptible to fungi or pests, and it actually increases and protects the structural integrity of a building. Consider these key elements of spray foam’s durability as compared to traditional fiberglass and cellulose insulation.


Spray foam is applied as a liquid, that quickly expands to 100 times its original size, creating the combination of an unparalleled friction fit and a chemical bond that will hold the foam in place for as long as the home is standing. While traditional insulation sags, creating voids in the thermal envelope, spray foam becomes a permanent part of the structure after installation.

Mold and pest resistance

Spray foam is an inert thermo set plastic. It is, by nature, resistant to pests, mold, and other moisture damage. Traditional insulation materials, on the other hand, often require special treatments to make them less susceptible to damage. Spray foam is not a food source for insects, rodents, or other pests. It is moisture resistant and restricts the movement of vapor through framing cavities, preventing the proliferation of mold throughout the building.

Structural enhancement

Structural integrity is especially important in hurricane regions like Florida. Traditional insulation can make no claims as to structural capabilities, but spray foam actually increases the strength of the structures in which it is applied. The rigid, bondable characteristics of spray foam make it similar to increasing the thickness of wall sheathing. The building is immediately more solid, but spray foam also protects the structural timber. It’s resistance to mold proliferation and moisture help prevent the deterioration of the wooden members of a home. Spray foam will last as long as the structure and it will help the structure last longer.