Open Cell

What is Open Cell Foam?

Open Cell Polyurethane Foam

Open-cell foam insulation , a soft low-density material, is best suited for interior applications, offering an array of advantages of traditional fibrous insulation materials, is typically used for interior applications such as wall cavities, underside of roof decks, attics and basement walls.


Foam insulation as an air sealing material

One of the key differentiators between traditional insulation materials and spray foam insulation is the latter’s ability to insulate and seal. Foam insulation provides an air barrier to wherever it is applied to help mitigate air leakage from the building. Air sealing the building envelope with sprayed-in foam insulation also helps address moisture ingress to reduce the risk of mold and mildew growth as well as the formation of ice dams in colder climate zones during the winter months. When you compare foam insulation with traditional fiberglass insulation and cellulose insulation, sprayed insulation minimizes air infiltration, it assists in limiting moisture vapor from entering and escaping the home, which in turn reduces the load on heating and cooling systems.


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