West Haven, Connecticut - A new online resource for those interested in spray foam insulation is on offer, and comes with a warning from website developer Spray Foam Nation (SFN) that novice spray foam contractors may not be doing the best job in sealing people's homes.
SFN president Peter Cantone said, "spray foam insulation reduces utility bills by up to 60 percent."
But he cautions that, "The spray foam insulation industry is just taking off and many contractors are new to the field." Problems may arise because, "Some contractors are using sub-par spray foam insulation packaged in do-it-yourself kits, some are using spray foam from new unproven manufacturers and others are not trained or certified," Cantone continued, in a press statement
"So even if they are spraying quality foam, they may not be sealing your home as well as they should," he said.
"Spray Foam Nation promises to put you in touch with thoroughly trained professionals who will help you in spray foaming your property completely and thereby cutting down utility bills drastically," the SFN boss said.
Consumers, contractors, architects and builders can now get online help on effective energy conservation from the website, www.sprayfoamnation.com, which is a virtual store, offering spray foam supplies, guidance and information.
SFN is an authorised distributor of La Polla's Foam-Lok polyurethane insulation and also offers soya-based systems from Urethane Soy Systems.
Services SFN provides include building cost-effective spray foam rigs, equipment maintenance, site delivery services and rental rigs to help support contractors.
Spray Foam Nation is headquartered in West Haven, with a satellite location in Harrison, New York and an office in Dover, New Hampshire, along with warehouses in both upstate New York and Philadelphia.