You may not even know it, but behind your walls there are a ton of tiny gaps, cracks and crevices through which air leaks into and out of your home—making your energy bills skyrocket. Fortunately, there are many ways to make your home more energy-efficient, and we have found that spray foam insulation is a great solution.
Spray foam insulation is installed in liquid form (it can look like wet paint) and dries quickly, expanding into thick foam that snugly fills the designated space and creates a very tight seal. Due to its total coverage, spray foam is ideal for insulating walls and covering the cracks and crevices in your home’s envelope.
If you need a spray foam insulation company serving Fishers, Indiana, look no further than Overhead Door Co. of Indianapolis & Muncie. For nearly nine decades, we’ve been serving the whole area.
Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation
In addition to helping reduce air leaks, spray foam insulation can help:
- Save you money and make your home more energy-efficient
- Make your home more comfortable year round
- Reduce outside noises and noises between different rooms and levels inside
- Improve the overall efficiency of your HVAC systems
- Contribute to a healthy environment (reduced energy consumption means reduced carbon dioxide and fewer greenhouse gas emissions)
If you’re trying to make your home more energy-efficient, spray foam insulation is a good option, but you should talk to a local insulation company for your specific needs.
Fishers, Indiana Area Spray Foam Insulation Installers
If you need spray foam insulation installation for your home in the Fishers, Indiana area, look no further than Overhead Door Co. of Indianapolis & Muncie. We have the right tools and expertise to install spray foam insulation in your home—and can tell you where you should insulate to gain the highest energy savings, as well as what the R-value (the insulation’s resistance to heat flow) should be.
If you’re ready to get started on your spray foam insulation installation project, contact Overhead Door Co. of Indianapolis & Muncie today!