There are many different types of spray foam on offer, for use in varying applications.
To differentiate between each form of foam, its important to look at their level of density. Every density is designed for a specific task.
Today, we will look at high density spray foam insulation. Where do you install it? And what are the benefits of high density spray foam insulation.
Of course, we have to look at the other two, just so that you get a deeper understanding of the subject in question. Once you know the densities, you will be able to understand which density would best-suit your project.
High Density Spray Foam Insulation
As the name implies, this insulation type has denser structure than other spray foam insulation. That means you need more material to cover the same area of space.
More material usually means more money. Yes, high density can be costlier than low and medium density. Given the fact that there is a lot more material, the foam does not expand as rapidly as alternative types.
A professional contractor will install your insulation using a large spray truck, and an air compressor.
What are the benefits of high density spray foam? Well, for starters, you need to understand where you apply it. High density is designed for roofing and exterior insulation, and, on the whole, is appropriated for commercial projects.
For residential projects, lower density spray foam is preferable.