What is Spray Foam Insulation?

Here at Ozark Foam InSEALators, we get a lot of questions from our customers.   One of the more common ones is “what is spray foam insulation?”

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is made from two liquid chemical components, Side A (isocyanates) and Side B (polyol, flame retardants and amine catalysts).   After being mixed, sprayed, and cured, the spray foam creates insulation and an effective sealing barrier for roofs, walls, and contoured/uneven surfaces.  Because of the foam properties, it provides over twice the R-value (capacity of insulation material to resist heat flow) compared to other insulation like cellulose and fiberglass.

When the foam is sprayed, it expands into gaps for more complete insulation.   The foam also forms barriers against vapor and moisture.  Ozark Foam InSEALators has hundreds of satisfied customers, and has been in business for over 20 years because of the quality of spray foam.

We are happy to answer anymore questions like “what is spray foam insulation?”   Contact us at any time for more info, or a free quote!