spray foam insulation

The eco friendly solution to your home Comfort needs

Spray Foam Insulation

Good for you and your family!

Spray foam has far lower VOCs compared to other insulation methods. What does this mean for you? It means that within hours after your home is insulated, you can return to normal daily life without worrying about health issues which result from volatile organic compounds. Other spray insulation methods can leave your home unlivable far longer. Our Natural-Therm spray foam insulation meets and exceeds industry standards on safety through 2020.

Zero therm. Low VOC.

Our spray foam products are safe for any application. They are evaluated and certified by Greenguard where they are tested against any known hazards and guaranteed to meet strict air quality standards. We only use non-emissive amine catalysts and our sprayers emit very low amounts of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

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    Spray Foam insulation Perks

    Cooling and Heating Benefits

    One of the unique abilities of spray foams is getting into small cracks and crevices. Once the foam is applied directly into the cracks, it expands and dries quickly while blocking air and water. Foam insulation isn’t just a blockade for air and water, but for heat and cold as well. Depending on where you live, foam insulation can lower your heating and cooling bills. Even though foam insulation is more expensive than other types of insulation, it saves you money on bills in the long-term.

    Noise Reduction

    Both open cell and closed cell foam insulation prevent moisture from entering through the walls of your building. Even though both types of foam reduce the buildup of condensation, the closed cell spray foam works like a barrier against large quantities of water. Airborne and flanking noise can be minimized in your residential projects thanks to spray foam insulation's air barrier properties.

    Mold & Mildew Resistant

    Cellulose significantly decreases the risk of mold even beginning to form. Not to mention cellulose has the lowest burn rate out of a insulation materials making it incredibly safe for you and your family.

    Pest Control

    The tiny holes in your building structure are an open invitation to ants, bugs, and small rodents. Fortunately, the small cracks and crevices can be filled with spray foam creating a barrier against the tiny intruders.

    Air / Vapor Barrier

    One of the benefits of spray foam insulation is reducing the amount of pollen, or allergens that get through the walls. Due to the fact that the foam reaches cracks and crevices, the air cannot penetrate the walls, as it does with other types of insulation. By reducing the number of allergens that get into the building, you help those who suffer from allergies or respiratory conditions.

    Jim Cone
    Jim Cone
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    "Recently did my home. Tim and the Addison crew came out and did my attic properly as it should’ve been done the first time. Explained every single question (i had a lot) i had before and during the job. Tim made sure during the job they were doing the air sealing properly because that’s what makes the biggest difference in keeping the cool/heat in the house and so that it doesn’t get lost in translation somewhere in in the attic. Highly recommend and speak with Tim when doing work in your property!"
    Miles Pfefferle
    Miles Pfefferle
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    James is prompt, thorough, and personable -- responded to my website inquiry right away and made it easy to schedule an appointment (still haven't heard back from the competition -- that was three days ago). He provided a detailed and professional quote within minutes of being on site and saved me from spending $20k on an unnecessary new roof! I'm glad I contacted Green Attic.
    Michael Goodman
    Michael Goodman
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    Tim and his crew then came out to remove the old insulation, clear/kill all the mold in the attic, remedy issues that were causing the mold in the first place (insufficient ventilation and blocked soffits), and finally re-insulate our attic/basement. The work was intense, but Tim's transparency with the process and willingness to educate us on the problems that we were having were what sold us. We also appreciated that Tim was able to work in some added value into his services without charging us the difference.
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