Residential Spray Foam Insulation
The most energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly, closed-cell spray-in-place polyurethane foam insulation system available. Formulated from renewable agricultural resources.
InsulStar® closed-cell, spray-in-place insulation retards both thermal and moisture transmission. A special mold and mildew inhibitor* provides important extra protection.
It stops airflow into and out of your home and keeps dust and pollen out for a more comfortable environment. In most cases a separate vapor barrier is not necessary.
InsulStar® insulation is code-supported, warranted for the life of the home, and it will not settle, shrink or deteriorate. It will maintain its R-value and sound reduction qualities within close tolerance over the life of your home.
InsulStar®’s high R-value per inch allows designers to reduce the depth of exterior walls and still obtain the desired level of energy efficiency. This means more living space in your home
InsulStar® insulation is applied using a proprietary new, environmentally-friendly blowing agent
A water-blown, economical alternative to high performance, closed-cell
spray foam insulation.
SEALITE™ is a basic open-cell, spray-in-place soft foam insulation. It can
be compared to Icynene ®, SealectionTM 500 and other light-density,
SEALITE™ insulation is an air barrier and keeps dust and pollen out for a
more comfortable environment. A separate vapor barrier will often be
SEALITE™ will not settle, shrink or deteriorate and maintains its R-value
and sound reduction qualities within close tolerances over the life of your
SEALITE™ offers equivalent R-values to fiberglass batting and other
open-celled foam insulations. Exterior wall thicknesses needed to achieve
required R-values are the same as for these other insulation material.
Sealite™ Insulation Systems are formulated with an anti-microbial
ingredient to inhibit the growth of molds that may affect this product. The
anti-microbial properties do not protect occupants of spaces insulated with
Sealite insulation from potential deleterious effects of molds, mold spores,
or disease organisms that may be present in the environment.