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Residential, Commercial and Industrrial Spray Foam in Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton area 

 With hydro rates continuing on their never-ending journey upwards, it makes sense to economize wherever possible. Heating your home through hydro is an expensive prospect, but it doesn’t have to be such a drain on your finances. Spray foam insulation is an effective way to beat the winter blues and keep cash in your wallet.

Combat Foam Insulation is your source for reliable spray foam in Burlington, and across the GTA. Our insulation services are ideal for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

 

 

Spray Foam Insulation Can Be Used To Insulate:

  • Basements
  • Garages
  • Attics
  • Crawlspaces
  • Overhangs
  • Cold Rooms/Cellers
  • Exposed Floors
  • Attic Ductowork
  • Wine Rooms
  • Foam Injection
  • Shipping Containers
  • Quonset huts
  • Warehouse
  • Shops
  • Metal Buildings
  • Barndominium’s
  • Quonset huts
  • Storage Tanks and Containers
  • Trucks, Vans, Tractor Trailers and Box Trucks 

We provide service for building renovations as well as new constructions. To schedule your free estimate, call us today. You can also see what our team’s been up to by checking us out on Facebook. We look forward to working with you and insulating your home or business with our quality spray foam products.

Insulation features and benefits

FeaturesBenefitsClosed-Cell SPFOpen-Cell SPFCelluloseFibreglass BattsFibreglass Loose-Fill
R-value per inch (avg.)Reduces wall thickness saves framing cost6.23.643.73.2
Air-barrier materialMaximum energy savings, reduces draft, improved air qualityYXXX
Expand to fitProvides labeled R-value and no settlingYYXXX
Low water vapor transmissionProvides moisture controlYXXX
Low water absorptionFEMA-approved flood resistant insulationYXXX
High strength and stiffnessImproves structural integrity and durabilityYXXXX
No measurable formaldehydeImproves indoor air qualityYYYXY
:

1. Not considered an air barrier material per Air Barrier Association of America.

2. Will qualify as an intergral vapor retarder when facings are attached.

3. Closed-cell absorbs minimal amounts of water (from 0 to a maximum of 4%, depending on manufacturer).  Open-cell foams absorb in excess of 30% by volume.

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