Common Foam Sealant and Cleaner Questions
Foam sealants have a variety of applications and can be used on all types of surfaces. When you need to remove foam sealants, try a cleaner.
Why use Foam Sealants and Cleaners?
Foam sealants have many uses. They insulate, prevent air leakage and can help slow the spread of fire. Foam sealants can be used in new construction and in existing structures. Whether you need an insulating foam sealant, a fireblock foam sealant, or a foam cleaner, you can find a product to match your needs.
Where in a Building are Foam Sealants and Cleaners Normally Used?
Foam sealants can be used anywhere in a building, and they can even be used on the exterior. Anywhere you have a gap that needs to be filled, you can use a foam sealant. This includes walls, floors, ceilings, doors and windows. Low pressure foam kits are particularly good for vertical applications because of the quick cure time.
In What Geographies Can Foam Sealants and Cleaners Be Used?
Foam sealants and cleaners can – and should – be used in all climates and locations. All structures need protection for air, moisture and pests. Some local building codes require the use of fireblocking insulation. For help selecting a foam sealant to match your local requirements, contact your local Service Partners branch.
Can Foam Sealants and Cleaners Be Used in Residential or Commercial Construction?
Foam sealants are used in all types of construction, including residential, and commercial. Foam sealants and cleaners have uses in both new construction and retrofit projects. Anywhere you need an air seal, insulation or to fill gaps or voids, you can use foam sealants.