Spray Foam Insulation

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) applied by Total Construction & Maintenance is the ideal method for insulating commercial and residential buildings. Spray foam stops air and moisture intrusion, cuts energy bills, and strengthens the structure, and protects the internal air from mold, airborne pollutants, and allergens, thereby creating healthy buildings.

Total Construction & Management provides and installs Bayseal Closed-Cell Spray Foam which is one of the industry’s best performing closed-cell insulation. Our experienced installers make sure that every application is done right the first time. Nothing goes undone. When properly installed, Bayseal Spray Foam insulation material maintains low lifecycle cost, minimal environmental impact and design flexibility. It also adds sustainability, durability, energy efficiency and improved occupant comfort.

Bayseal Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation can be applied to walls, ceilings, floors, foundations, piping, unvented attics and crawl spaces. It offers an average R-value of 6.9 per inch and is an ideal thermal moisture management system that seals the building envelope for optimal insulation valve. This is especially important in existing structures where energy heals only allow minimal space to insulate.

It’s easy to see and feel the spray-foam advantage. Air will not penetrate spray foam under pressure differences buildings normally experience. Stopping air infiltration and air intrusion is one of spray foam’s greatest advantages.

Bayseal closed-cell spray foam installed by Total Construction & Maintenance:

  • Offers a high insulation R-value
  • Reduces the potential for mold growth
  • Promotes better indoor air quality
  • Provides a seamless air barrier
  • Restricts moisture transmission
  • Adds structural strength
  • Minimizes sound transmission
  • Doesn’t shrink or settle
  • Stops air Intrusion/Infiltration
  • Is the only closed-cell spray foam classified as an “Acceptable Flood Resistant Material” by FEMA

Ceiling Insulation

Insulating the attic is the number one way to save money on energy bills. In fact, The Department of Energy reports that heating and cooling (space conditioning) account for about 56% of the energy used in the typical American home. A home with poor ceiling insulation allows for heat movement through ceilings that can account for 30% or more of the total heating or cooling costs.

Loose-fill fiberglass insulation is a premium alternative to cellulose. It has very little settlement and without decay can effectively provide insulation for the life of the home. It can provide R-values from R-11 to R-60.

Count on the experienced team at Total Construction & Maintenance to provide and Install all types of quality fiberglass insulation.

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