Commercial

Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Insulation

Getting maximum building performance requires a total building system. Dwyer’s specializes in diagnosing building needs, installing field-applied spray foam insulation and then following up with quality assurance. Dwyer’s serves commercial clients in Wisconsin and Illinois.

After assessing the building envelope, the Dwyer’s staff will select the best materials and techniques for the job. Dwyer’s works with your architect or engineer to make sure the details fit the project.

Dwyer’s uses both closed-cell and open-cell foam materials. We recommend closed-cell foam for most applications. However, some jobs may require or be best suited for open-cell foam. Both types may be sprayed on open walls and open-cell may be injected into closed cavities. Foam is ideal for cathedral ceilings because of its high R-value and moisture resistant qualities. Field-applied foam has several advantages over fibrous insulation materials:

It automatically seals air leaks in the building envelope, including electrical and plumbing penetrations, as well as through building components
It offers a constant insulating value of up to R-7 per inch
It fills the entire wall cavity without compression or voids, including all those hard to reach areas
You get a top notch insulation system plus a continuous air barrier in one operation–from one contractor

Dwyer’s foam products are environmentally safe. They contain no fibers, formaldehyde, or asbestos.

Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Insulation has been used in the United States since the mid 1960’s to insulate a wide variety of commercial buildings and Dwyer’s has extensive experience in this field.

View photos of a commercial building we recently insulated.

New Construction
Retrofit
Factories
Warehouses
Offices
Institutions
Agricultural
Rail

Our record of customer satisfaction and continuing commercial success is based on high standards of personal attention from initial visit to final contract completion.

Agricultural Benefits

The agricultural industry can benefit a great deal from upgrading the insulation of their produce storage facilities. Dwyer’s sprayed foam provides no food value for rodents, which will help provide a rodent free environment. Spray foam, in conjunction with the installation of temperature controlling equipment, will allow crops to be stored in an ideal condition for a longer time period and therefore command a better price at market.