- Closed-cell polyurethane foam insulation has been proven in commercial and residential buildings for more than 30 years.
- In liquid spray form, it fills in cavities between wall studs, window and door frames, surface irregularities and gaps around plumbing, wiring and HVAC components.
- The foam surrounds the structure in a lightweight blanket of insulation that creates a controlled comfort zone inside the home and contributes to its overall structural integrity.
Here are some of the benefits of spray foam insulation made with RUBINATE Products
- Downsized HVAC systems
- Lower energy bills
- Greater comfort and control
- Potentially enhanced resale value
- Greater structural integrity
- Environmental advantages
Sealing off invisible air leaks
Even the best-built homes can waste energy. Unsealed spaces around windows and doors, for example, are among the most recognized culprits.
But hidden air movement behind walls, under baseboards, around joists, plumbing and electrical connections can also cause energy bills to skyrocket.
Air movement through the shell of a home disrupts its interior temperature, air pressure and humidity levels, causing heat to move out of the house in winter, and into the home in summer and, in turn, causing HVAC systems to work even harder to maintain comfort levels.
If these "invisible" gaps aren't found and sealed before the house is finished, it will waste energy the rest of its life. Spray foam insulation with RUBINATE Products provides the solution
Examples of where air infiltrates
- Underside of roof
- Doors, windows
- Floors, ceilings
- Spaces, joints, cracks, gaps
- Plumbing and electric lines
- Rim joists, foundations