Injection Foam Saves Money

Most any standing structure have more walls than windows.  These window-less areas are often under insulated if insulated at all. Retrofit foam, or foam injected into existing buildings allows the wall cavity to be insulated like never before.

Blown in insulation absorbs moisture and settles leaving void spaces over time.

Fiberglass insulation will not air seal like injected foam, but rather slow the flow of air. 

Foam insulation can also be used to fill new and existing block walls and foundations. It helps seal the gaps and holes that provide heat loss. 


Wall Cavity Insulation

Retofit foam or foam injected in preexisting structures is a technically advanced injection foam insulation that insulates walls with an R value of 6 per 1" of wall.  Giving a common 2 x 4 wall an R value of 17.  

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On site manufacturing of the injection foam insulation guarantees product freshness and foam consistency.   Foam insulating when combined with compressed air using specialized equipment allows the foam insulation to flow throughout the wall filling any irregular voids and hard-to-reach spaces resulting in a building that is well-insulated, quiet (sound reduction is a benefit) and energy efficient.

The wall cavity foam is Class A Fire Rated. Testing by accredited laboratories showing compliance with all I-Codes, e.g. IBC, IRC and IECC included.

Insulating foam by Curren has properties that ensure quality.  The injected foam is low shrinkage and ultra low odor and contains three EPA listed anti fungal additives and has termite and mold resistance.

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