Before Spray Foam Insulation and Prep.
The floors, fixtures, and outlets are protected before we begin installing Spray Foam.
The walls are prepared and our team has started to spray closed cell foam along the roof line.
It is always important for our teams to make sure they are wearing the proper safety gear to protect themselves from any off-gassing and over-spray. Once the foam cures, it does not off gas.
It takes even movements and patience to make sure we spray the correct thickness of the foam.
Closed Cell Spray Foam is installed between the joists on the ceiling. Fixtures were covered with Plastic to ensure we didn't get any over-spray on them.
The foam does not expand past the walls studs, allowing the homeowner to finish the shed with sheetrock.
Foam has been installed on the ceiling and walls. Now, it's time for the crew to clean up.
After the Install, our crew removes the plastic used to prep, and cleans up the shed to make sure it is just as clean as it was when we arrived.
Applying Spray Foam requires a skilled installer since the material expands as it is sprayed. They must take their time to ensure they don't overspray so it doesn't expand outside of the cavity.
Closed Cell Spray Foam installed in a new shed on the walls and ceiling.