Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Insulation

Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Insulation has been used in the United States since the mid 1960’s to insulate homes and Dwyer’s has extensive experience in this field.

Sprayed polyurethane foam provides weatherproof sealants, forms a seamless layer of insulation, and fills gaps and seams during application and covers irregular, hard-to-insulate shapes. In fact, closed-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation forms an air barrier and moisture barrier in addition to its high R-value. It can also be efficient in a wide variety of humidities. All of this reduces drafts considerably while creating sturdier, quieter homes. Polyurethane insulating products are also often structurally self-supporting and can be attached to a wide range of substrates while requiring no additional adhesive.

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Polyurethane conserves natural resources and helps preserve the environment. With its ideal strength-to-weight ratio, insulation properties, durability, and unmatched versatility, it’s no wonder polyurethane is quite at home in building and construction around the world. Both the economics of this versatile material and the comfort it provides the homeowner, have made spray polyurethane foam an indispensable part of homes everywhere.

Learn how insulating your home with spray foam can help you reduce your mortgage rate and may even help you qualify for more money through the Energy Efficient Mortgage program.

Dwyer’s offers residential spray foam insulation for:

New Construction

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.

We are presently serving residential customers in Illinois and Wisconsin.

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