Seamless Spray Insulation Systems

Insulation is one of the most critical component in building performance. Unseen, it surrounds us every day affecting our comfort, savings, structural durability and health. Ensure years of all these desirable qualities by choosing the new millennium standard of excellence for your next project.

It's simple: no other insulation compares to our seamless, spray applied, eco-friendly hybrid insulation system. More than two decades of lab and field-testing has led us to the best combination of systems to cost-effectively achieve the highest level of building performance and environmental sustainability. Unlike traditional systems such as fiberglass insulation, our insulation system provides high performance even under the most extreme climate conditions. Our highly trained crews and building science expertise allow for our system to succeed under conditions others fail. Our hybrid system is proven to deliver reliable performance down to -40°F. In contrast, low density fibrous insulation can let you down right when performance matters most, losing up to 50% of its insulating capacity to convection and air movement when the temperature dips below freezing.

Our seamless insulation system combines the performance of our eco-friendly water blown soft foam with the unmatched bio-content and low embodied energy of natural cellulose insulation. These products allow us to deliver high performance without sacrificing environmental friendliness. EnergySeal can make any building quieter, healthier, more durable, comfortable and energy-efficient. Best of all, the reduced energy bills will pay for these benefits over and over, while reducing your building's impact on the environment. And since there are no moving parts, the system will last a lifetime. Our hyrbrid insulation system is the most cost-effective way to reduce your building's environmental footprint.

Seamless Hybrid Insulation System


Why EnergySeal Is Better

Our spray-applied systems create a tight seal in every cavity regardless of complex framing and penetrations. All of our systems maintain consistent Real World R-Value and continue to perform in cold temperatures and high winds.

Problems with fiberglass BIBS:

In ideal conditions such as a laboratory, the BIBS system is impressive, but in the real world, these fibrous systems are often unable to perform as marketed. To achieve the claimed R-values and to resist settling, loosefill fiberglass must be dense-packed tightly. The BIBS system relies on densities over 1.8 lbs per cubic foot to perform as marketed. When loosefill fiberglass is installed at the density required to achieve high R-values and resist air movement, it is difficult to prevent the bellying of the plastic or netting that is holding the material in the roof or wall cavity. This makes hanging drywall difficult. Uniformly satisfying the minimum density requirement is very installer dependent and is not easily accomplished. Lower than recommended densities in the BIBS system will be less resistant to air-leakage, convection, and will deliver lower R-values. Inadequate cavity densities due to operator error have been documented by forensic building consultants on failed projects in Valley County.


Back to top