Atlanta Closed Cell Spray Foam Contractor
Closed-cell Atlanta spray foam insulation is made up of small foam cells BUT its tiny foam cells are closed and packed together. They are filled with a gas, not air, which makes the foam rise, expand and become a much greater, more dense and completely waterproof insulator.
Weighing one cured cubic foot of foam material gives us a measurement of its density. Roofing applications typically use an even greater density foam to support greater loads. The higher the density the foam the stronger it will be. Many polyurethane foams can turned into decorative moldings and painted/stained to look like wood. There are "super dense" foams with densities of 30 lb./cu. ft. to 40 lb./cu. ft.
Closed cell foam adds significant structural strength to any home to which it is applied. In many tests conducted, the closed cell foam insulation doubles the racking load making your home more resistant to severe weather conditions. Closed cell foam will not sag, settle, or lose its R-Value like loose fill and fiberglass insulation.