Kool Foam LLC offers a variety of residential insulation services for your home, Steel buildings and more. Our mission is to provide quality insulation services that meet our customers’ needs and budget.
Spray foam is one of the best types of insulation as it is high performance insulation, seals air leaks, and is versatile in where it can be installed. It keeps properties cool in the hot summers and warmer in the winter.
There are three kinds of spray foam insulation applications, spray foam attic insulation, spray foam wall insulation and spray foam basement insulation as well as two types of spray foam insulation, open cell spray foam insulation and closed cell spray foam insulation.
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Spray polyurethane foam, also known as SPF, is a great way to insulate homes and buildings. Spray foam has many benefits for the consumer. This type of insulation can be sprayed into small areas which decrease energy costs, and helps keep pests out of unwanted areas.
If you are searching for spray foam insulation in Oklahoma, contact the experts at Kool Foam.
Spray foam insulation is very beneficial to protecting homes and buildings from the elements, unwanted pests, and decreasing energy costs by keeping the cool air in during summer and the cold out during the winter. SPF is an insulation which begins in a liquid form. When sprayed and applied to the desired area, the foam expands rapidly covering a large area. The spray can get into cracks and small spaces other insulation can’t, and provide complete coverage. The liquid polyurethane transforms into hard, solid foam when dried. The R-Value in spray foam is high preventing moisture build up and protecting from unwanted air from entering. With small cracks and crevices filled pests and cold air have no way to enter into the home or building providing the resident peace of mind. This also lowers energy costs by keeping the home or building at a constant temperature.
Typically foam insulation is used in walls of buildings and homes; however SPF can be used for other purposes. It works well for attics and basements and ceilings. SPF insulates industrial plumbing pipes and tanks along with any building that needs temperature or climate control for example a commercial cold storage facility and/or clean rooms. Using SPF can also extend the life of a roof by preventing thermal bridging and insulating gaps that may occur from fasteners. Spray foam insulation is commonly used in barges, boats, and airplanes, all benefit from the advantages of spray foam.
Spray foam insulation has many benefits for everyone and can provide comfort and peace of mind.
Kool Foam LLC can install spray foam insulation in Oklahoma for those interested in preventing moisture, decreasing energy costs, keeping pests out, and wanting a well insulated home or building.
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Foam offers several advantages over traditional insulation.
Higher energy efficiency
Exceptional air sealing and R-value results in cost savings
Improved air quality
Helps prevent uncontrolled outdoor air infiltration and the penetration of allergens
Can help reduce noise transfer and sound penetration
Improved moisture/condensation control
Closed cell foam offers superior performance in resisting moisture and condensation
Flexibility in framing package
High R-Value per inch allows for stud and rafter size reduction for increased living space
Flexibility in design
Tightening the house envelope enables the use of smaller HVAC equipment
Why Kool Foam?
Located in Northwest Oklahoma, Kool Foam utilizes state of the art equipment to deliver closed cell and open cell foam with a Graco Dual Proportioning system.
We have been active in the building industry for more than 12 years and have been spraying foam since 2006. We pride ourselves in building business relationships through quality work and exceptional customer service.
Cory Boehs- Owner
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The reality is that the air we breathe contains a certain amount of moisture and there’s nothing we can do to prevent that.
In fact, if the atmosphere inside your home has a humidity level of about 50%, then that’s the ideal range for your own personal health and the longevity of your home. Too much moisture, however, is bad for both your home and your health.
When moisture accumulates inside walls, attics, crawl spaces or ceilings it can and will lead to the growth of molds, and where molds grow insects are sure to follow. The combination of mold growth and the potential for insect infestation can lead to a wide variety of health problems for anyone living inside the property. This can include dangerous respiratory problems for the very old, the very young, or anyone with existing respiratory health problems.
Your property can also suffer structural damage because of unnoticed moisture accumulation. If enough moisture is present inside your home, it can lead to the weakening of wooden support structures and extensive damage to drywall and paint finishes. Drapes and other fabrics will also become slowly water damaged, leaving them with a “musty” odor, which is very difficult to remove.
Moisture In Your Home
The most common cause for moisture building up inside any particular home is because of a water leak somewhere on the property. In most cases water leaks can be traced back to damaged water pipes, or damaged roofing. In situations like these you’ll need to have the damaged plumbing or roofing repaired as quickly as possible.
There’s another way for moisture to slip unseen into your home and it’s through unchecked air currents. As we already mentioned, the air we breathe contains a certain amount of moisture and when a warm air current meets a cool surface the moisture contained in the warm air transforms into a liquid. This is a very gradual process, but because it’s almost invisible you won’t notice the damage in most cases, until it’s too late.
So even if your home seems perfectly well insulated from air drafts and breezes, there’s no guarantee that it is – the exposed areas of your home include crawl spaces, attics, and air ducts. These can be the paths for gallons of unwanted moisture to be deposited inside your home.
Preventing Moisture Problems
So now that you know exactly how that moisture is sneaking inside your home, you’ll also want to know how to prevent it. The good news is that spray foam provides you with a versatile and affordable way to control the air flow in and out of your home. With the help of the team at Kool Foam, your first choice for spray foam insulation in Oklahoma, you can stop moisture accumulation becoming a problem for you.
The really neat thing about using polyurethane foam to deal with this type of issue is that our foam can be used to fill underneath your home, every exposed surface in your attic, or any crawl space completely. Our foam expands to fill even the tiniest and well hidden nooks inside your walls, floors or ceilings. This means we can make your home a more comfortable and healthier place to live – we work around your lifestyle, and not the other way around.
If you’re living in Oklahoma, Kansas or Colorado and you’d like to use spray foam insulation to prevent the annoying health and household headaches caused by water accumulation, why not call Kool Foam today? We ready to get to work for you.
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