Spray Foam Insulation delivers a better building envelope, better indoor air quality, and superior energy savings for the lifetime of your building.
Given todays spiraling energy costs, facility managers, building owners and businesses are looking harder at ways to limit their energy expenditures, and operating costs, now and into the future. Our spray insulation technology provides a quick and easy way for you to solve the efficiency problem.
ASI has been spraying polyurethane foam since 1971 when we started off with small equipment doing freezers, coolers and pipelines. In the mid 1970's the energy crunch forced companies and institutions to think about putting insulation on their roofs since so many heating dollars were simply going through the ROOF! We demonstrated that the polyurethane foam roof systems are an economical way of adding insulation value to their roof and at the same time creating a leak-proof monolithic roofing system that is virtually impervious to water.
Well they say what's old is new again – industrial, commercial and institutional entities are now looking for ways to limit energy consumption and maximize energy savings. Our experience in the 70's demonstrated to us and our customers just how much spray insulation can save you in terms of an energy dollar. There does not seem to be an end in sight to rising energy costs and there does not seem to be a way the individual or business owner can do anything about it – except limit how much energy you use. That's where spray insulation really shines.
Key Advantages of Spray Foam Insulation:
Spray foam actually increases the strength of your building, fills all the cracks and voids around windows, electrical outlets etc. stopping air infiltration and creating the best building envelope for your building. A better building envelope not only means that you will save money on energy costs, but also provides for better air quality inside your building.
The EPA rated indoor air pollution as one of the five most urgent environmental issues, accounting for over $1 billion annually in direct health care costs. For most people, this is shocking news. The news is even more distressing to over 75 million North Americans who suffer from asthma or other health problems and who seek refuge and relief inside their homes.