In numerous Edmonton households, the current residential insulation falls short in meeting the necessary insulation requirements in order to keep the home both warm and cold during its perspective seasons. While some homeowners believe that more residential insulation is always better, this may not necessarily hold true. Conventional residential insulation materials may effectively cover larger areas of a home but often fail to adequately seal small cracks and crevices, which are the primary culprits for energy loss during heating or cooling. Edmonton’s harsh winters take a major toll on lots of homeowners, here at Armour Spray Foam we have the solutions for you to stay comfortable all season long.
If you are interested in spray foam insulation for your residential or commercial building, we invite you to look through our website and explore the benefits of SPF insulation and how Spray Foam Insulation Solutions can assist you. Alternatively, you can reach us at (587) 921-8003 to schedule an energy audit, where we can discuss energy-saving opportunities, mold and mildew risk reduction, and soundproofing enhancements for your home. We are here to answer any questions you may have and are ready to schedule an appointment for our services at your convenience.
Research indicates that approximately 50% to 70% of a household’s energy consumption is attributed to heating and cooling. Consequently, even minor cracks and crevices can significantly escalate the energy required to maintain a comfortable temperature within your home. Improperly insulated attics, basements, and crawlspaces are the primary culprits for energy loss, contributing to a substantial portion of this inefficiency.
Spray foam insulation is highly effective in preventing energy loss within your Edmonton home. Its application is seamless, easily reaching both open and tight spaces, expanding to cover the entire area and effectively sealing air leaks from cracks and crevices. This results in a protective barrier that keeps indoor air in and outdoor air out. By insulating your attic, basement, and crawlspace ceilings and walls with spray foam insulation, you can significantly reduce your energy consumption. Moreover, utilizing closed-cell spray foam insulation in crawlspaces and basements helps mitigate the risk of moisture-related damage to your interior walls and floors.