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Long Island’s climate is typical of northeastern coastal areas. We are subject to warm, humid summers and cold, wet winters. In addition, the strong ocean breezes, while refreshing in the hot summer months, can cause greater incidence of air transfer in the winter, which drives cold air indoors. The increased transfer of cold temperatures from outside air movement means we have to constantly be turning up the thermostat which, in turn, raises monthly energy/utility bills.
The result? Higher monthly energy consumption & expense!
The energy pros at Synergy Spray Foam Insulation can save you up to 50% on your utilities by installing state-of-the-art spray foam technology throughout your home or commercial property.
Simply keep reading if you would like to learn more about this amazing product…
Spray foam boasts many benefits. So, here are some of its key attributes listed below in bullet points::
- Lowers energy usage by up to 50%
- Prevents irritants like pollen, mold, mildew, pests and insects from entering your home
- Helps reduce outside noise levels
- Creates an air-impermeable membrane
- Completely seals off cracks and gaps throughout your structure
- Proven to add strength to any building
- No maintenance required
- It’s Non-toxic & eco-friendly
- It’s considered a “green” product because it reduces your carbon footprint
Watch Our Video – We Explain Our Product
Now that you have seen an overview of what spray foam can do, let us expound on a few crucial details that explain why our product should be your number one choice for any remodel or new construction.
Stop Air Transfer
Any insulation material has a measurable R-Value, which is the standard lab evaluation of how well it prevents heat from transferring through its membrane. However, what the R-value does not account for is the fact that, in the real world, outside air movement can force hot or cold outside temperatures into your home at a greater rate.
Stop this air transfer effect is one area where spray foam excels over any other material. Standard fiberglass and even cellulose does not stop this air transfer. Spray foam, on the other hand, creates a solid membrane that is impermeable to air. It’s like a wind breaker for your home. It is part of what we refer to in the industry as creating a “thermal envelope”
The other part of the thermal envelope has to do with another amazing property of spray foam…
Seal Tiny Gaps and Cracks
Nearly every structure new or old, private or commercial, has tiny hard to find and often unseen gaps, cracks or holes. As long as they are within engineering limits, they are usually overlooked as being part of expected, standard construction tolerances. However, spray foam is not a standard material. It is an amazingly advanced, superior product that is changing the face of construction.
When our product is sprayed into place, it immediately expands up to 1000 times its application thickness allowing it to effectively seal off every tiny nook and cranny. When sprayed throughout the entire structure, it completes the process we described above – the “thermal envelope”.
With any air leaks sealed off and a completely air impermeable membrane, your building is hermetically sealed off from the outside world. This has many advantages.
First, it allows for optimal climate control. No leaks or air transfer means less energy required to warm or cool your indoor living spaces. That translates to real savings every month!
Second, sealing off tiny gaps and cracks effectively reduces the infiltration of irritating and potentially hazardous contaminants like pollen, mold, mildew, pollution and allergens to almost zero. And, it has the added benefit of preventing invasive pests like rodents and insects from infesting your building.
All in all, spray foam is the only product that can simultaneously reduce your energy consumption and make your dwelling healthier and more protected from invasive hazards.
Spray Foam Strengthens Your Structure
The above mentioned benefits are reason enough, by far, to choose spray foam over traditional materials. However, there are even more advantages to this technology.
Spray foam has actually been proven to add strength to your existing or newly constructed structure. This is mostly due to the fact that spray foam fully integrates into your building. How?
It’s designed to permanently adhere to any material. So, wherever it is sprayed, it sticks and expands to fill in all the air space around it. This adds to the vertical, horizontal and shear strength and rigidity of any type of construction.
It could even be argued that this feature adds value to your building beyond optimizing insulation and energy savings. It could even be seen as a valuable feature to a prospective buyer should you ever decide to sell the property!
Go “Green” With Spray Foam
As mentioned in the bullet points above, our spray foam products are eco-friendly. That is to say, they are non-toxic during application and for the life of the product. Additionally, they will never release harmful or noxious gasses or odors that might be hazardous to your family or the planet.
Beyond being eco-friendly, spray foam is considered a “green” product because it reduces your carbon footprint. Imagine if every building in the world installed spray foam, we could instantly reduce worldwide energy consumption by up to 50%!
Ok, so it’s a little optimistic to think we can install spray foam in every existing and new structure in the world, but it is nice to know that we can all take a step towards a greener, more energy efficient planet simply by installing spray foam insulation.
When you consider all the marvelous benefits that spray foam provides combined with our professional, fast and friendly service, it’s a no brainer – installing spray foam with Synergy Insulation is the best choice for solving your energy & insulation needs!
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