Residential Applications

Among the various insulation options available, spray foam stands out as the superior choice for home insulation.

Here's why spray foam is the superior choice:

  • Unmatched air sealing: Creates a seamless barrier, eliminating drafts and leaks that waste energy.
  • Significant cost savings: Reduce monthly heating and cooling costs by up to 50%.
  • Indoor air quality: Spray foam reduces dust and pollen creating a healthier living environment.
  • Enhanced comfort: Enjoy consistent temperatures throughout your home, year-round.
  • Versatile application: Suitable for both new construction and retrofitting existing homes.
Spray foam installation in stairwell

Where is Spray Foam insulation applied during the building process?

Wall Insulation: Spray foam is applied to the interior or exterior walls, or even within wall cavities. This creates a thermal barrier and air barrier, sealing off the home to prevent heat loss and drafts.

Roof and Attic Insulation: In the attic and on the underside of the roof deck, spray foam insulation can be applied to form a continuous layer of insulation, effectively sealing the space and preventing heat transfer between the interior and exterior of the home.

Crawl Spaces and Basements: Closed cell foam is used in crawl spaces and basements to seal off these areas from moisture and temperature fluctuations, protecting against potential moisture-driven issues like mold and structural damage.


Building a New Home?

Spray foam is the best option.
Choose Enverge high-performance spray foam insulation for unmatched comfort and energy savings.


Outside of residential home


Retrofitting with spray foam insulation is a process of upgrading an existing home or building with spray foam insulation. It involves the application of spray foam to areas of the structure, such as attics, walls, crawl spaces, and basements, to increase energy efficiency, mitigate potential moisture challenges, and improve the home’s indoor air quality.

Take Advantage of Tax Credits

Homeowners can apply for a 30% or $1,200 (whichever is lower) tax credit for qualifying home energy efficiency upgrades like spray foam! Click to learn more about available Residential Energy Tax Credits on the IRS website.

Note: This information is subject to change as the IRS issues new guidance.