With home renovation at an all-time high, there’s no better product to recommend to your clients than Versi-Foam’s residential insulation spray foam kit. These spray foam kits are both low pressure and easy to use—making them a highly marketable choice for distributors. (And let’s not forget about our industry-leading commercial spray for larger projects, too!)
Once you’re ready to start your next insulation project—and before you pick up your Versi-Foam U-Control gun—it’s important to understand each type of insulation and what’s included in your Versi-Foam kit for each one. Inside each kit, you’ll have everything you need to successfully complete the spray foam insulation process. Find out more about all
Spray foam insulation is one of the most popular insulating materials available. Consequently, there has been a lot written about its pros and cons, including plenty of stories of spray foam insulation gone wrong. It’s important to remember that not everyone who chooses and uses spray foam insulation takes the time to learn how to
Value engineering sometimes gets a bad rap, especially when it comes to building custom homes. Many people equate it with less features or cheaper materials. In construction however, value engineering ideally means weighing cost/benefit ratios and coming up with an optimal solution for the budget. “It’s important to note that improving the value of your
Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) was one of the greatest advancements in building insulation during the 20th century. SPF is created when isocyanate and polyol resin are mixed with each other. The chemical reaction causes the compound to expand up to 30-60 times its liquid volume after spraying. Once it hardens and cures, it creates an
Versi-Foam® spray foam insulation comes in four different product formulas: closed cell, open cell, slow rise, and high density. Each formula has been developed for certain specific applications and has its own unique uses. If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Which spray foam insulation should I use in my situation?”, this blog was written for you.
The attic is the first place you should insulate in your home. It’s one of the most cost effective steps you can take to reduce your energy costs. Furthermore, spray foam attic insulation acts as both an air barrier and a thermal barrier, making the attic comfortable to be in even if it isn’t used
Concrete is a poor insulator—in fact, the concrete in your basement probably has an R-value of 1.1. That is about the same as the R-value of four inches of air space or one inch of plywood. Unless you want to feel unnecessarily cold all winter long, you’ll need more R-value in your basement than that.
Most people don’t realize how complex and fragile a cold supply chain is. Cold chain management is an intricate process that ensures that temperature-controlled products, such as pharmaceuticals and food, remain at their prescribed temperature range from start to finish. Cold storage insulation is a critical component in the design of the cold storage supply
Most of us like to keep on doing what we’re doing. Isaac Newton saw this and turned it into the first law of motion: an object at rest tends to stay at rest. When it comes to spray foam kits, that tendency could keep you from discovering a better way to insulate. Humans are generally