Fiberglass batts gap, sag and create voids that allow for air penetration into your home. Spray Foam expands during installation to reach all cracks, crevices and difficult-to-reach areas. It adheres to all surfaces to create a permanently sealed thermal envelope.
- Fiberglass typically contains formaldehyde, a known toxin, while Spray Foam has no HCFCs, VOCs or formaldehyde.
- Spray Foam’s barriers effectively seal out allergens and air pollutants, improving indoor air quality. Fiberglass, on the other hand, acts as an air filter, allowing contaminants to enter your home.
- Spray Foam offers superior acoustic qualities for a quieter home.
- Spray Foam is more energy-efficient than fiberglass and can dramatically reduce your monthly heating and cooling costs.