Insulation for Public Buildings

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is rapidly gaining popularity in public buildings. It provides valuable benefits that include energy savings, along with protection from moisture damage, condensation, mold and bacterial growth. By reducing condensation in the building, SPF also inhibits rust formation on HVAC equipment, ductwork and appliances, helping them last longer. 

  • Reduced humidity and moisture, which can create mold, mildew and other problems that are damaging to machinery

  • Reduced energy costs

  • More consistent, comfortable indoor temperatures

  • Better air quality and a healthier environment for employees

  • Reduced noise levels

  • Environmentally friendly formulas that include no CFCs, formaldehyde or ozone depleting agents.

  • Strengthens structural integrity of building.

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We have installed SPF in many commercial applications including the pool area at the Massillon rec center. This was a highly labor intensive job that required us to complete the work in the one week per year that the pool area is closed. Another unique project was the Joseph P Kinneary US Courthouse in Columbus. This project included getting special parking permit by the Columbus police to park in front of the court house and building a bridge over the sidewalk for our SFS hoses. These are just two examples of our ability to work with our customers through any type of situation.

Not only do the experts at Spray Foam Solutions specialize in spray foam insulation for new buildings, in fact, renovations and additions present excellent opportunities for spray foam insulation installations. It’s easy to apply and affordable when walls and studs are exposed. Spray foam insulation also can significantly reduce the extra heating and cooling costs associated with new additions while keeping the new area at a more comfortable temperature.

Because Spray Foam Solutions understands the building process from the ground up, we can work with you or your contractor to determine how much SPF is needed and where. Contact us today for assistance with spray foam insulation for your next project.