I would recommend them highly. We had them spray foam our newly constructed home and they did an outstanding job. They were punctual, quality of work is excellent and clean up was first class. Spray foaming is very labor intensive from start to finish and the Weathermasters crew preformed flawlessly. To Phil and the whole team.... thank you for an A+ finished product that we will reap the cost savings benefits for years to come.
Spray foam insulation also known as polyurethane spray foam insulation is often categorized as either "open-cell" or "closed-cell". Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is a highly-effective and widely used insulation and air sealant material. Spray foam insulation can be sprayed into walls, ceilings, floors, crawlspaces and attics to reduce energy waste and reduce heating and cooling costs in both new and existing homes.
The main differences between open and closed cell foam are moisture permeability, R-value, and flexibility. Closed cell foam is an air barrier & a moisture vapor barrier. This means that it will not allow moisture to pass through the foam. Open cell foam is an air barrier at a specific thickness but is not a moisture vapor barrier and will allow moisture to pass. The best foam to use should be determined by the application not the R-value.
Open-cell spray foam is a low-density, nonstructural insulation that offers a high yield while still providing important air isolation, versatile R-values, excellent acoustical performance. Open-cell foam costs slightly less for the same thickness but offers lower per-inch R-values than closed-cell products.
In some instances, this is a disadvantage, but where thickness is less relevant, or where higher R-values are not needed, then open-cell can provide the better choice. Because of the open cell structure, open-cell foam allows some vapor to pass through, making it a good choice to spray under roof sheathing, such as in conditioned attics, where water vapor caught between insulation and sheathing could promote wood rot.
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Gaco One Pass is the first 2 lb. density Closed Cell foam in the industry which can be installed in up to 4” passes which reduce labor costs by 50% or more and offers 20-30% higher yields than standard 2 lb. foams when sprayed in one pass at 3-4” thickness. It is Appendix X approved for use without an additional ignition barrier and meets the requirement for a Class II vapor retarder at just 0.44”.
Gaco 052N is a water-blown, .5 lb. density spray-applied system that cures to a semi-rigid low-density foam. The cured product is dimensionally stable in all weather conditions and performs consistently over time. Gaco 052N is safe for the environment and is a Class 1 fire rated foam. Gaco 052N will provide good performance in a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial applications. Acceptable uses for this product include: walls, ceilings, floors, attics, and crawlspaces
Gaco Tough Foam is the first high-density 10 lb. spray foam in the industry to meet Class A (Class 1) requirements. Gaco Tough Foam is designed specifically for use in agricultural applications and uninhabited storage buildings.
Gaco Tough Foam is one part of the Gaco Tough Foam Agricultural System which consists of high R-value 2 lb. spray foam covered with high density 10 lb. spray foam to create an insulation solution suitable for use in poultry houses as well as dairy, equestrian, swine and other farm and ranch applications where high performance and exceptional durability are required..