Pole Barn Spray Foam Insulation in Iowa
Pole barns have become an increasingly popular option for homes, businesses, storage, and much more in recent years. They are simple, versatile structures that can be used for almost anything, even airplane hangars. They are able to be built very quickly with strong, reliable, and inexpensive materials. No matter what you are using it for, the best way to protect whatever is inside is with our spray foam insulation.
Spray foam insulation saves energy. During the winter, it keeps the inside warm, and during the summer, it keeps the heat out and the inside cool. The people, animals, or contents in the pole barn are guaranteed to stay comfortable all year round.
If the structure has heating and air conditioning, with the addition of our spray foam insulation, you will see your energy costs decrease. Your heating and air conditioning will not have to work as hard to get the same results, which will lower energy costs, especially in the winter and summer months.
This insulation option is also a great way to keep out external noise. The inside of the structure will stay quiet even if there is wind or storms outside. Spray foam insulation reduces noise pollution inside the structure. While this may not be an intended purpose, it is definitely a nice benefit.
Spray foam insulation also acts as a barrier to the outside world. It is water resistant and will not house pests such as bugs or rodents. It will keep out moisture, reducing the likeliness that you will encounter mold and mildew growth inside the pole barn structure.
Our spray foam is less bulky than other insulation options. Fiberglass insulation can take up a lot of space, and does not deliver the same benefits and advantages that spray foam insulation has. All you need to see benefits from spray foam insulation is about an inch of material.
Spray Foam Insulation Options from Iowa Spray Foam
Iowa Spray Foam offers two options when it comes to spray foam insulation. Both have their benefits and drawbacks, so we can help you decide which option is best for your Iowa pole barn needs. The two main types include:
- Open Cell Spray Foam: This type of spray foam is much lighter and less dense than closed cell, and expands a bit more, so it takes up slightly more space than closed cell. Open cell spray foam also tends to cost less than closed cell.
- Closed Cell Spray Foam: Closed cell is a lot more dense than open cell spray foam. Although it tends to cost more than open cell, closed cell is a popular choice because it is efficient and provides a water resistant barrier.
While both are great options for your insulation needs, you may want one more than the other. Whatever you choose, Iowa Spray Foam is there to help. Contact us today to learn more about our spray foam insulation options, or more about spray foam insulation in general. We want you to have peace of mind while working with us. Give us a call today!