One has to look at the complete cost of something they are putting into their house before making a decision. The cost of insulation is small compared to the ongoing heating and cooling costs once it’s installed. After several decades of use, spray foam insulation has proven time and again that the energy required to heat and cool a home drops considerably compared to fiberglass (typically 30%). This savings continues throughout the entire life of the building. Spray foam is also considerably more comfortable. Fiberglass is a mistake that cannot be undone in most cases.
Why would I pay twice as much for spray foam insulation when I could just use fiberglass instead?
- Why would I pay twice as much for spray foam insulation when I could just use fiberglass instead?
- How can R-20 of spray foam insulation outperform R-38 of fiberglass?
- Which product is better, open cell foam or closed cell foam?
- What is spray foam insulation? How long has it been around?
- What are some other advantages of spray foam insulation?
- Can my house be “too tight”?
- Is spray foam insulation a fire hazard? What are its flammability and fire-rating characteristics?
- Does spray foam insulation change physically over time?
- Is spray foam insulation environmentally friendly?
- Why don’t more builders use spray foam insulation?
- At what stage is spray foam insulation installed?
- How is spray foam insulation installed?
- How long does it take spray foam insulation to cure?
- Do I need attic and roof venting?
- Does spray foam insulation have limited uses?
- Can spray foam insulation eliminate moisture problems?
- Do I need a vapor barrier with spray foam insulation?
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