All of Foam Your Home’s insulation services are available for commercial properties too! We serve commercial properties across Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Edmond, and the surrounding areas. Whether you’re looking to enhance your building’s comfort with spray foam insulation or optimize your energy usage with an energy consultation, we’ve got you covered.
At Foam Your Home, spray foam insulation is our bread and butter. We think that it can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Spray foam creates an air seal that prevents dirt and debris from passing into the air your employees, customers, or tenants breath. In order for your building to use spray foam insulation, you’ll need smaller ductwork and the right kind of HVAC system. If you’re building a new property or are looking to renovate your existing one, we can point you in the direction of the steps you’ll need to take to make your property spray foam compatible.
While all spray foam has the same basic function, there are two different kinds of spray foam that are better fits for certain applications.
Closed cell spray foam‘s tightly packed, fully enclosed cells make it much more rigid. Because the cells are closed, your goods and wares are protected from wind or water damage. In addition to creating an air seal, closed cell spray foam also acts as a vapor barrier. It’s a good choice for warehouses and barns, which often have hard-to-insulate concrete walls and metal roofing
Open cell spray foam is softer, more flexible, and more affordable than closed cell foam. Since it expands more than closed cell foam, it works well in hard-to-reach areas. With its superior soundproofing, open cell spray foam keeps outside noise from ruining the atmosphere at your office, store, or restaurant. Its high performance on wooden surfaces makes it a great choice for barns.
In addition to the air seal, spray foam comes with an optional thermal barrier coating. You may or may not need the thermal barrier coating; please feel free to ask us what’s necessary for your building.
We also offer blow-in fiberglass insulation. If your building is older, it’s likely been insulated with fiberglass. When fiberglass begins to degrade, not only does it make your property less comfortable; it can also act as a filter that lets dirt and debris into your air supply.
No matter whether your building is insulated with spray foam or fiberglass, choosing Foam Your Home’s insulation services pays major dividends. By helping your property’s HVAC system to run smoothly, good insulation increases the comfort at your property and lowers your utility bills. If you choose spray foam for your new construction project, the smaller ductwork and HVAC systems it requires may lower the cost of construction. And in either case, your operation costs will be lowered, which will save you money in the long run!