Closed-cell spray foam insulation is a more feature rich type of spray foam when it is compared to open-cell foam. Closed-cell foam has a higher R-value and is much more dense than open-cell because of it is closed-cell structure making it a great choice for both residential and commercial projects.
Closed-cell spray foam insulation is a more slowly expanding product, resulting in an expansion of approximately 40 times its initial volume. The closed-cell nature of this type of foam creates a tightly packed cell structure that is more rigid and dense than open-cell foam, giving closed-cell foam a higher R-Value per inch. With closed-cell being four times the density of open-cell foam, the cost per R-Value is higher for closed-cell foam than that of open-cell foam insulation.

Attics, basements, and crawl spaces

Metal buildings and pole

Stud cavities and exterior

High moisture


Closed-cell spray foam insulation carries an R-Value of 6.6 per inch in its fully cured state.

Structural Integrity

Closed-cell spray foam provides significant enhancement to the applied structures.

Vapor Retarder

The only insulation material that qualifies as a vapor retarder at 2 inches thick.

Lifetime performance

Closed-cell foam will never settle or sag no matter what the application.


  • R-Value per inch
  • Provides a seamless air barrier
  • Perfect fit everytime
  • No HFAs, HCFCs, or CFCs used
  • Contains no formaldehyde
  • No harmful emissions after install
  • Potential for down-sized HVAC
  • Doesn’t shrink, settle or sag
  • Reduces airborne sound transfer
  • Not damaged by water
  • Stops airborne moisture transfer
  • Fiberglass
    Blown-in Fiberglass
    • 3.2
  • Cellulose
    • 4.0
  • Batts
    Fiberglass Batts
    • 3.9


Whether it is whole home insulations, retro-fitting an existing attic or spraying foam in a basement, all solutions have a dramatic effect on your monthly energy consumption. Typical applications may see a result of 50% reduction in heating and cooling costs. Important to note, is not only will a great reduction in energy consumption be produced, a vast reduction in your carbon emissions will also be seen in correspondence with the reduction of energy usage.
Spray foam insulation may be the best thing for the environment in an array of environmentally-friendly products. It emits no CO2 of its own while it reduces heating and cooling related emissions by about 50% for new constructions and by even more in certain retrofit situations. Foam insulation will last for the life of the building, and will deliver peak performance. No formaldehyde, no ozone-depleting ingredients and no emissions of any kind – environmentally friendly.
Unlike more traditional methods of insulation in today’s markets, spray foam insulation is free of all HFAs, HCFCs, HFCs, and formaldehyde. Once spray foam has cured and is in place, the final product is chemically dead and contains no health risks.
Sound waves are transmitted by different media, including air. The most drastic noise dampening occurs when the home or building is completely airtight. The super soft nature of open cell foam insulation not only provides an extraordinary air seal but also absorbs secondary reverberations for excellent sound dampening properties.
According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), indoor air quality is a major concern. Spray foam insulation battles this problem in two ways. Foam insulation is devoid of emissions and contaminants. It also improves the situation by nearly eliminating all unwanted moisture intrusion and related mold issues. This is also good news for people suffering from asthma, allergies and other respiratory ailments.


When making the choice to use spray foam insulation in your building projects, you will find yourself with a new sense of freedom. No longer will the insulation in a building be a roadblock. With spray foam insulation, vaulted ceilings and varying substrates are no longer worries.
The multiple benefits of open and closed cell foams gives you the luxury to use one product to solve multiple concerns from a home owner or builder. Each type of foam, open and closed cell, comes with a number of inherent benefits such as sound control, vapor barriers and structural integrity that can not be found in traditional insulation methods. Spray foam can reduce your overall labor and material costs with its multifaceted characteristics.
Unlike more traditional methods of insulation in today’s markets, spray foam insulation is free of all HFAs, HCFCs, HFCs and formaldehyde. In addition to being a chemically dead product once cured, spray foam insulation is one of the most effective methods for preventing mold in homes, giving you the comfort of knowing you’ve built a healthy and completely sustainable product for the life of the structure.
Closed-cell spray foam insulation is the only type of insulation that is actually a FEMA approved vapor retarder. In addition, the rigid nature of the product adds tremendous strength to all types of homes and buildings alike. One product can provide flood protection, prevent wind damage and uplift troubles, as well as being the most efficient, environmentally friendly option for insulation available today.
Choose to use either type of spray foam product and leave your building knowing that you can count on your insulation never settling, never sagging, and performing at the same high level from day one onward.