Spray Foam Insulation | Overview & Applications

Closed-cell spray foam insulation* is the most effective insulation solution available. It produces a higher R-Value per square inch of installation as compared to cellulose or fiberglass insulation. It also improves overall structural stability and provides a soundproofing benefit as well. 

Tired of spending too much money on energy bills? Tired of ice dams? Tired of dealing with the continuous cycle of recurring issues with your attic? At Progressive Energy Corporation, we offer all aspects of closed-cell spray foam insulation with applications including rim joist, wall insulation, and attic insulation.

While closed-cell spray foam may be the most costly insulation option initially, it offers substantial savings and benefits over the long-term.

*We also offer open cell spray foam insulation installation – which is best used for soundproofing applications.

Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation requires less material and weighs less than traditional fiberglass insulation, and many consider it to be more effective. Spray foam can handle even the most difficult and awkward corners and places throughout your attics and walls. Its ability to provide insulation, as well as to seal a particular area, is second to none. At Progressive Energy Insulation, we have all of the necessary materials and safety gear to ensure speedy, safe, and effective insulation. When done correctly, spray foam will last for the life of your structure.

Spray foam also has the ability to save you money. Studies have shown that spray foam insulation, compared to more traditional insulation methods, can slash your energy expenses by 20-40%! Combined with numerous other advantages, such as improved indoor air quality, mildew and mold prevention, insect and pest prevention, and noise reduction, spray foam is an investment worth making. Due to its unique material, experts also believe spray foam to be the most effective type of insulation to use for preventing ice dams. To learn more about spray foam insulation and the advantages of energy rebates, contact our professional insulators at Progressive Energy Corporation.

Spray foam Insulation St Paul Minneapolis MN

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Professional Insulation Contractors consider spray foam to be the most efficient form of insulation. Whether it’s your attic, basement, or even garage, spray foam insulation offers numerous advantages over traditional insulation materials and techniques. Contact Progressive Energy Insulation – your local Minnesota insulation contractors for more information on Spray Foam Insulation for your residential or commercial property. 

At Progressive Energy Insulation, we offer our services to the entire Twin Cities Metro of Minneapolis and St Paul, including the following cities: 

Saint Paul, MN | Hugo, MN | Centerville, MN | White Bear Lake, MN | White Bear Township, MN | Vadnais Heights, MN | Shoreview, MN | North Oaks, MN | Dellwood, MN | Grant, MN | Withrow, MN | Mahtomedi, MN | Gem Lake, MN | Birchwood Village, MN | Pine Springs, MN | Stillwater, MN | Forest Lake, MN | Scandia, MN | Maple Island, MN | Arcola, MN | Marine on St Croix, MN | Columbus, MN | Wyoming, MN | East Bethel, MN | Ham Lake, MN | Ramsey, MN | Blaine, MN | Lexington, MN | Circle Pines, MN | Spring Lake Park, MN | New Brighton, MN | Mounds View, MN | Arden Hills, MN | Little Canada, MN | Roseville, MN | Falcon Heights, MN | North Saint Paul, MN | Oakdale, MN | Maplewood, MN | Lake Elmo, MN | Woodury, MN | Oak Park Heights, MN | Bayport, MN | Lakeland, MN | Minneapolis, MN | Twin Cities, Minnesota

If you want to find out more about the other services that we provide, feel free to view our complete insulation services below: 

Spray Foam Insulation | Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation | Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation | Fiberglass Insulation | Cellulose Insulation | Wall Insulation | Insulation Suck Out | Custom Insulation for Ice Houses and Campers | Attic Insulation | Blower Door Test | Energy Insulation Rebates | Weatherization and Energy Efficiency