How to Keep Your Spray Foam Equipment Working Well All Winter

Written by Fred on . Posted in Froth pak, Spray foam insulation machine, Spray foam training

If your business of your job requires you to use spray foam rigs in the winter and you do your work in a colder part of the country, you know much differently you need to do things when the weather is cold. There are a lot of problems that come up in either really hot or really cold times of the year. The good news is that you can avoid dealing with the new spray foam machine cost, and keep your equipment running well for longer, even in the cold winter months. Doing these things will keep them starting the way they should, keep your foam from giving you poor results, make sure it sticks to surfaces properly, and more.

  1. Store your chemicals at the right temperature. Experts recommend keeping spray foam chemicals between 60 and 80 degrees. This may mean you need to invest in a heating system or a heating unit to keep your spray foam insulation equipment, depending on wh

3 Reasons to Start Using Spray Foam Insulation

Written by Fred on . Posted in Colorwise, Concrete lifting, Spray foam insulation machine

Throughout the United States, energy consumption is constantly taking place. Statistics gathered from 2016 found that the United States was the second largest consumer of energy throughout the world. Considering that, these large amounts of energy usage can create quite costly heating and cooling bills. Therefore, many property owners are looking for an effective way to reduce energy consumption. With that in mind, here are three important advantages of utilizing spray foam insulation.

  1. Great for Insulating Awkward Spaces

    Statistics gathered from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star Program reports that insulating and sealing air leaks can reduce energy costs by up to 20%. Unfortunately, air leaks can occur almost anywhere in a building. Considering that, it’s important to have a way to insulate these spaces. That being said, some spaces are harder to access than others. Therefore, it’s a wise idea to use spray foam insulation for these jo