The Proper Insulation Is Important

Choose between closed- and open-cell foam insulation in Loganville, Marietta & Smyrna, GA

Is your home appropriately insulated? If not, it's time to make a change. Silver Lining Sprayfoam installs open- and closed-cell foam insulation in Loganville, Marietta & Smyrna, GA. We'll line your interior and exterior walls to minimize air loss. You'll end up with a cozy home and lower energy bills.

Meet with a pro from Silver Lining Sprayfoam today to discuss closed- and open-cell foam insulation. We serve Loganville, Marietta & Smyrna, GA and the surrounding areas.

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Assess the different insulation types

You might be wondering which spray foam insulation type you should choose. While both are durable and effective, they have some different attributes. Closed-cell foam insulation is made from cells that are pushed together, meaning air and moisture can't get inside. It has higher R-value making it ideal for exterior walls.

Open-cell foam insulation, on the other hand, has air between its cells. It's flexible and expands after installation. This makes it ideal for insulating unusually shaped spaces, like many attics. Plus, this insulation type is more affordable.

Still not sure which insulation type is right for your property? Ask us now by calling 678-543-5282.

What makes spray foam insulation a great choice?

When it's time to insulate your home, consider spray foam insulation from Silver Lining Sprayfoam in Loganville, Marietta or Smyrna, GA. The many benefits of spray foam insulation include:

  • Lasting for many years
  • Adding strength to buildings
  • Helping to keep moisture out
  • Reducing sound from outdoor sources
  • Improving the overall indoor air quality of a home

Spray foam insulation can last up to 80 years before it needs to be replaced, making it a great alternative to traditional insulation that needs replacing every 15 years. To keep your insulation in optimal shape, you'll want an expert to do a yearly inspection to catch leaks and minor damage and repair it before it gets worse. Speak to an expert today about your insulation.