Ceiling spray foam insulation installation generally takes just one day with minimal mess afterward. Spray foam insulation has a number of benefits, including being lightweight and easy to install. Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is applied by using pressure from an airless sprayer or pump-up garden sprayers. It expands into hard foam quickly, filling all the nooks and crannies in the area you are spraying it.
Spray foam insulation is sprayed into a space between the ceiling and the floor or roof of your home. Spray foam insulation is water-resistant, has an R-value of six to nine per inch, provides soundproofing benefits, seals air leaks around windows and doors for increased energy efficiency, resists mold growth because it is nonporous so there are no hidden spaces where moisture can build up. Sprayfoam insulation also does not absorb any odors from the items that you store in your attic, basement, or other storage locations, which makes it especially beneficial if for restaurant applications where storing food is essential!
Spray foam insulation will also provide protection against fire as well by insulating combustible materials like wood joists, plywood sheathing, and framing members.