Home insulation is a fast-growing industry with numerous opportunities. However, it’s important to thoroughly prepare before launching your business. This includes legal requirements and licensing, writing a business plan, equipment selection and rig types, and training and education options.

Homeowners want to save money on their energy bills and make their homes more comfortable. One way to do this is by reducing air infiltration. Up to 40% of a building’s energy is lost through gaps, holes, and crevices. Spray foam seals these areas and helps to lower monthly energy bills.

Environmental Impact of Spray Foam Insulation

Spray insulation can be used in new construction or existing walls. It can be applied around electrical wiring and fixtures and in recessed lighting, but not directly against them (unless they’re rated for contact with insulation). It also provides a vapor barrier to protect against condensation in the wall cavity.

Spray foam insulation is also effective at reducing the risk of pests in a home. It can stop snakes, rodents, and insects from entering the house through the attic. It also prevents ants and bugs from settling inside walls, where they can cause structural damage. Using closed-cell spray foam eliminates these pests and helps to create a healthy living environment for homeowners.

Strategic Spray Foam Insulation, LLC
813 W King St, Boone, NC 28607
(919) 842-5925