Georgia Spray Foam Insulation

Meritage Homes uses open-cell spray foam which bonds to the home’s frame, but it stays somewhat flexible. This helps the Georgia Insulation withstand shifts over time and also allows it to resist moisture, which can cause mold, mildew, and other serious health issues. The open-cell foam is also a green product because it does not contain any toxic materials.

Environmental Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

During the winter, spray foam insulation keeps the cold outside and the warm inside, which will help your heating system work less hard to achieve and maintain an optimal temperature throughout your home. This will save on your energy bills, as well as extend the life of your HVAC equipment.

The air seal that spray foam creates also stops a significant amount of energy loss, which will lower your monthly utility bills and protect the environment. It’s estimated that up to 40% of a building’s energy is lost through leaks and cracks, which can be a preventable problem.

Proper insulation is especially important when it comes to new construction projects. The energy code requirements vary by region, and it’s critical to choose the right product for your specific location. If you’re in Georgia, check the tables in IECC 2015 or look at amendments for your specific zone to see the minimum R-value requirements. You can also contact your local Rmax insulation team for help choosing the best products for your new build.
Georgia Insulation
2317 Danbury Ln, Gainesville, GA 30507, United States
(770) 549-9561

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