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installing spray foam insulation

Did you know that spray foam insulation can help you save up to 50 percent on your heating and cooling costs?

Typically, your choices for insulation are between spray foam and fibreglass options. Different types of insulation come with different benefits, but spray foam is superior in a lot of categories. But is it worth the investment? Read our blog to learn more about the main benefits of investing in spray foam insulation for your home or business.



Spray foam insulation is made of two composite materials. When those materials combine, there's a chemical reaction that causes them to expand. Once the reaction finishes, the spray foam maintains its form for many years.

Spray foam can be used in areas like your basement walls, exterior walls, and even your attic spaces. Since it expands, it's great for oddly-shaped areas. The foam moulds itself to fit inside every nook and cranny.

That creates an essentially perfect seal, meaning your home is protected no matter what comes its way.


You know how it works, but what do you stand to gain? Here are a few of the best benefits of spray foam.

Energy Efficient and Clean

With spray foam specifically, you might pay an upfront fee, but your savings are going to last for years. You're also helping your home's indoor air remain clean and contaminant-free, which is great for anyone with allergies or asthma.

Since you're air sealing your home, you're allowing these potential contaminants a lower chance of entering, but it's important to maintain good ventilation. If you don't maintain proper ventilation, it can actually lead to bigger problems than unhealthy air.

Moisture builds during everyday activities, like cooking, taking showers, and even hanging your laundry. Proper ventilation is what prevents the moisture from building up in your home and causing mould.

If you have an air-tight seal with no way to let the air out, that moisture is going to stay put.

Year-Round Protection

Unlike other forms of insulation, spray foam isn't going to start sagging or breaking down at any point. That means you'll have year-round protection, and your home will remain warm in the winter and cool during the summers.


The answer to this is going to come down to one important thing — your priorities. If you weigh your options and feel that the initial investment is worth the long-term savings, then spray foam insulation might be perfect for you. If you find that you can't justify it, then looking into other options might be a good choice.

If you’re ready to upgrade your insulation or install new spray foam insulation for your Winnipeg area home or business, contact the experts at Warm Home Insulation today to get started.



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