Flatland Roofing & Insulation – What Is Spray Foam Insulation?

Flatland Roofing & Insulation is made of two liquids that, when sprayed into the area to be insulated, expand and fill every crack and hole. This creates a seal from outside air and heat, keeping your home at a consistent temperature throughout the year. This saves you on energy bills as your HVAC system runs less, and it reduces moisture and pest penetration, making your home healthier and safer.

Spray foam also creates an impenetrable barrier from allergens, pollen, irritable dust and toxins, making your home cleaner, quieter and more comfortable for you and your family. Combined with proper air sealing, this means you will also see significant savings on allergy medications and treatment costs.

Spray Foam Insulation vs. Traditional Insulation: Pros and Cons

Professional installers are able to apply spray foam insulation in attics, basement rim joists, crawl spaces and overhangs (or cantilevers), knee walls and bonus rooms. They are able to ensure that all the areas of your home are properly insulated for maximum efficiency and comfort, and they can do this quickly and efficiently.

When you compare the cost of your initial investment in spray foam to the savings on your utility bills, the payback time is typically a few years and well worth the initial expenditure. You will also save on the repair costs, energy consumption and pest control that are associated with an uninsulated attic or basement.

Before you have spray foam insulation installed, check with your mortgage provider as it may affect the value of your property or make it difficult to sell or remortgage if it is sprayed in the roof space. Many lenders do not accept spray foam insulation, so it’s important to know what you’re dealing with and to consult a fee-free mortgage broker about your options.

Flatland Roofing & Insulation
706 Elm Street Po Box 102, Hartley TX, 79044

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