Polyurethane Spray Foam Insulation for Commercial Buildings in Wisconsin
Delta Foam Technologies, a division of U.S. Roofing, installs polyurethane spray foam insulation for superior insulation and protection of your roof and building structures. We also carry a full line of roof coatings.
Spray foam insulation is a tried-and-true method of building insulation and reinforcement. Its high R-value, quick application process and impressive longevity is an integral part of improving the structural integrity of any commercial and industrial building.
Spray Foam Insulation Advantages & Disadvantages
- Offers you the highest R-value in the market
- Has a stable R-value (other systems decrease over time)
- Creates air seal, moisture and vapor barriers
- Cannot be penetrated by water
- Eliminates condensation problems
- Seals buildings from dust and molds
- Eliminates air loss (air infiltration wastes up to 40% of every building heating and cooling dollar)
- Strengthens the building's structural integrity
- Can reduce energy costs by 30-50%
- Stronger infiltration resistance provides a more consistent temperature
- Provides sound-proofing benefits
- Allows better HVAC system performance
- SPF is consistent, permanent insulation
- Requires minimal upkeep, saving money long-term
- A higher up-front cost
- Low resistance to punctures and damage
- Lack of resistance to long-term moisture exposure (standing water)
- Extensive installation process
- Requires a completely dry environment for the duration of installation
- The raw materials can be toxic, and pose a risk when improperly handled
What is R-Value?
R-Value is the overall ability of an insulation material to resist heat flow. A higher R-Value corresponds with a high insulating power. Spray polyurethane foam’s R-value (6.5) is higher than both cellulose (3.5) and fiberglass (3.7), meaning maintains a home’s temperature more efficiently and effectively.
Spray Foam Insulation Commercial & Industrial Applications
SPF is an effective insulating agent in both commercial and industrial applications. It’s seamless, nearly impenetrable and energy-efficient, and can be installed over most existing systems. As an effective air sealer and waterproofing agent, SPF can be applied anywhere with a risk of unwanted airflow, such as pipes, in-between floors and in spray foam roofing.
Polyurethane spray foam insulation expands to fill any crack or crevice and then hardens to support building structure. To reduce the heating bill impact of tough Wisconsin winters, spray foam insulation is your best bet. Installing spray foam insulation in Wisconsin buildings is a smart investment which pays for itself in reduction of energy bills and structural preservation.
- Pipe insulation
- Emergency water stops
- Building insulation
- Water tank insulation
- Contaminant unit protection
- Tightening a building envelope
SPF Insulation for Metal Buildings
Wisconsin’s turbulent weather patterns make insulating metal buildings a challenge. Spray Polyurethane Foam both successfully insulates metal buildings and protects them from exterior harm, including:
- Hail damage
- Condensation-related damage
Use Professional Spray Foam Insulation Contractors
Do not install spray polyurethane insulation on your own. Certain chemicals in SPF insulation make it hazardous to human health, and mishandling the material (even by accident) can cause serious harm to both your building, and to you. Instead, reach out to the professionals at U.S. Roofing & Delta Foam Technologies for SPF roofing that’s effective, efficient and safe.
Contact our Wisconsin spray foam insulation installers for a consultation or estimate in Milwaukee, Madison or anywhere in between.
U.S. Roofing Inc. installs new flat roofing systems and low slope seam roofs anywhere in Wisconsin. We have a full line of coatings.
U.S. Roofing Inc. will take care of all the preventative maintenance you’ll ever need on your existing roofing system – whether we installed it or not.
U.S. Roofing Inc. fixes existing flat roof or low slope metal standing seam roofs no matter who installed it in the first place.