Foam Insulation:





Serving All of North Dakota



Insulate the Envelope that Surrounds Your Home


     An effective air barrier system substantially reduces both air leakage and the passage of moisture through the building envelope.  The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) reports that 40 percent of the energy cost of heating and cooling a building is wasted by uncontrolled air leakage, which also contributes to premature building deterioration, condensation, spalling, ice damming, poor indoor air quality (IAQ) and mold growth.




Our foam insulating air barrier is a formaldehyde-free formula that emits no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and uses ZONE3® zero ozone depleting blowing agent technology. By eliminating condensing surfaces and offering no food source, it helps to resist mold, mildew and pest infestations, contributing to a safer, healthier indoor environment.





You Can Use 2009 Tax Credits

To Save Money

     You can get up to a $1,500 Tax Credit on your 2009 Taxes when you insulate with spray foam Insulation.


     According to Energy Star, the 2009 Tax Credits allow you to save 30% of the cost of the project, up to $1,500, when you improve the insulation in your principal residence in 2009 or 2010.


     Improvements made in 2009 will be claimed on your 2009 taxes (filed by April 15, 2010 — use IRS Tax Form 5695 — 2009 version) — It will be available late 2009 or early 2010.


Benefits of Insulating with Foam

~ Stops air and moisture infiltration

~ Makes your home more comfortable

~ Saves on energy costs

~ Adds strength to the building structure

~ Is permanent and will not sag

~ Keeps dust and pollen out

~ Reduces capacity requirements, maintenance and wear of  HVAC equipment

     There is no better home insulating material that can seal your home from air and moisture intrusion, save on costly utility bills, strengthen your home, and protect your family’s health from dangerous mold, airborne pollutants, and allergens than spray foam insulation.







Many air leaks and drafts are easy to find because they are easy to feel — like those around windows and doors. But holes hidden in attics, basements, and crawlspaces are usually bigger problems. Sealing these leaks with spray foam will have a great impact on improving your comfort and reducing utility bills.




To get the biggest savings, the easiest place to add insulation is usually in the attic. A quick way to see if you need more insulation is to look across your uncovered attic floor. If your insulation is level with or below the attic floor joists, you probably need to add more insulation.




Do you own one of the many North Dakota farmhouses with the leaky stone basements? Now there is a cure...... Foam insulation will block out the light of day, as well as the cold winter winds. This will not only keep your pipes from freezing but will make a warmer more comfortable basement. Your floors will stay warmer, in turn keeping the whole house warmer. These small economical-to-do jobs, are known to cut your fuel bill by as much as 30%.


(*Suggestions from the U.S. Department of Energy)

Insulate your home when:

* You have an older home and haven't added insulation. Only 20% of homes built before 1980 are well insulated.
* You are uncomfortably cold in the winter or hot in the summer—adding insulation creates a more uniform temperature and increases comfort.
* You build a new home, addition, or install new siding or roofing.
* You pay high energy bills.
* You are bothered by noise from outside—insulation muffles sound.

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Where to Insulate:  Adding insulation in the areas shown above may be the best way to improve your home's energy efficiency. Insulate either the attic floor or under the roof. Also, check about crawl space or basement insulation.



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