Spray foam insulation is a common type of insulation that customers like to use in their homes and businesses. Spray foam spreads readily to fill areas where other insulation types may not, and provides excellent protection against temperature changes and the elements besides.
If your customers are balking at using a new type of insulation for their construction needs, you need to know how to promote the benefits of closed-cell spray foam to them. Peace of mind is brought when you explain the benefits your customers will get when it comes to getting excellent R-value in their insulation and other benefits of this insulation style. Explain the following reasons to install closed-cell spray foam installation to your customers to help make a positive decision about this construction need.
Closed-cell spray foam is water-tight
When it comes to insulation that can keep water out, closed-cell spray foam is nearly unmatched. Traditional insulation, such as fiberglass or loose-fill insulation, are not water-tight and can become water-damaged, musty, and outright destroyed if exposed to moisture at all. Not so with closed cell spray foam, which has a sealed construction to keep water and other moisture out. This makes this spray foam very durable and less likely to need replacing in the near future due to water damage or exposure.
Closed-cell spray foam is an excellent barrier
When it comes to having an excellent barrier against elements, water, and other structural intrusions, it's hard to beat closed-cell spray foam. What makes the closed variety different from its open-cell spray foam counterpart is the rigidity of the foam itself. Open-cell spray foam is moveable and easy to manipulate until it dries, but the cell foam has to be sealed in order to be water-tight.
Closed-cell spray foam is rigid and durable when it dries, which means it can keep everything else. It has both a glue and binding agent in the spray foam, making it even more durable and optimum for insulating needs. For customers who want reliable and strong insulation in their properties, closed-cell spray foam is a wise choice.
You can recommend the use of closed-cell spray foam for walls, basements, attics, and other areas where your customers need a stronger barrier in their properties. Compare this type of insulation to competitors with your customers so they can see the benefits of this type of insulation over others. Feel free to consult a professional if you have more questions.