When evaluating the use of spray foam as an insulation solution, some of the most important items to consider are:


Next Generation Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation with SES

Capitalize on the latest environmentally-sensitive innovation from the industry leader, and keep your contractor spraying without delays. High-performance medium-density spray foam SES Nexseal 2.0 offers a very low global warming potential (GWP), a measure of how much heat a substance can trap in the atmosphere. With a GWP of 1, SES Nexseal 2.0 is a smarter solution for those seeking an environmentally sound and responsible option in their commercial and residential designs.


Control the Air

To create an energy efficient structure you need to control the air movement within. A significant amount of the air inside a structure infiltrates through the walls, ceilings and floors. A structure that leaks is not energy efficient. Adding an advanced insulation system like SES Nexseal 2.0 will help you control the air leakage. Insulation installers are good but when properly installed by a trained contractor, SES Nexseal 2.0 quickly expands to fill the cracks, crevices, gaps and voids that exist in every structure. In addition SES Nexseal 2.0 will conform to the curves, irregular surfaces and spaces to form a superior thermal envelope around your entire structure.


Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs

What is the major reason you invest in a superior insulation system like SES Nexseal 2.0? TO REDUCE HEATING AND COOLING COSTS! Now that the air leakage has been controlled along with the highly effective R-value of SES Nexseal 2.0, you can expect long term savings of 40% or more on your heating and cooling costs.

Remember Insulation or its ability to reduce heat transfer, remains consistent through a greater temperature and application range keeping heat in during the winter, and out during the summer.


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Install GreenFiber loose-fill attic insulation yourself, or have stabilized insulation installed by a GreenFiber Insulation contractors.