17 Jan How Much Would it Cost to Insulate a Home with Spray Foam?
How Much Would It Cost to Insulate My Home With SprayFoam?
With different buildings sizes, whether commercial or residential, the prices for insulation will be different. Spray foam insulation CT is available in both open and closed cell applications, which each have a different price per board foot. Spray foam is more expensive than traditional fiberglass insulation but pays for itself since it covers all areas that fiberglass often misses. Spray foam will conform to your space and fill every nook and cranny. Fiberglass cannot go into every small hole and space, which is why people often end up paying more on energy bills with fiberglass.
The Costs of Open and Closed- Cell Spray Foam
With CT insulation companies, open-cell spray foam is a bit cheaper than closed-cell spray foam. Open cell will cost anywhere from $.44 to $.65 per board foot. Closed-Cell Spray Foam will cost anywhere from $1 to $1.50 per board foot. On average, the cost to professionally insulate a home with spray foam is about $2,310.
Savings with Spray Foam
You can save up to 50% on energy costs with a new spray foam application. You will no longer experience drafts and will have a new coating of insulation in virtually seconds. With spray foam insulation, you can have your spray foam blown in to transform any room or attic insulation CT in seconds. You are already on your way to saving by covering air leaks. You can get additional savings from a custom home energy audit to find exactly where the source of the leaks are and you can also take advantage of energy rebates.
Protecting Your Home With Spray Foam
With spray foam insulation, you will not only be saving money but will be protecting your home from pests, mold, mildew, allergens, moisture buildup and more. This insulation will help to make your home environment greener and healthier. With a new spray foam insulation application by NEPI Foam, you can have a quality air barrier that ultimately pays for itself. Contact NEPI Foam today to see the difference a new insulation application can make in your home.