Common Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation Questions
Open-cell spray foam has many applications, but it’s important to be sure that spray foam fits your particular project, climate, and insulation needs. Learn more in the common questions below.
Where in a building or home is open cell spray foam insulation normally used?
Open cell spray foam insulation is a great insulation solution that is used in both commercial and residential construction types and applied within walls, (under floors, flooring, and attic cavities. To find the right open cell spray foam insulation products for your project, contact your local Service Partners branch today!
What are the R-values for open cell spray foam insulation?
Open cell spray foam insulation has an R-value of 3.6 to 4.5 per inch. It’s important to know the recommended levels of insulation for your area, in order to prevent heat from transferring through. The higher the R-value, the thicker the blanket of spray foam will need to be.
In what geographies can open cell spray foam insulation be used?
Open cell spray foam insulation is a soundproofing and air infiltration reduction solution that is primarily used by contractors in the southern U.S., but it can be utilized in other geography across the U.S. To find out what open cell spray foam insulation is best for you area, call your local Service Partners branch
Can open cell spray foam insulation be used in residential or commercial construction?
Open cell spray foam insulation is an acoustical and cost effective insulation that is utilized in both residential and commercial construction across the United States in a variety of applications. Whether you’re working on commercial or residential construction, open cell spray foam insulation is a great choice for walls, flooring, and attics.