Master Spray Foam Installer
This identification card must be carried by the Certified Individual at all times when installing SPF. The Assistant and/or Installer must be supervised by a Master Installer or Project Manager at all times. The Individual named on this card agrees to abide by all directives issued by SPFA and to perform all installations in accordance with the requirements outlined in the certification agreement and the SPFA PCP Certification Handbook. This card is property of the SPFA PCP and shall be returned upon request. For verification call SPFA-PCP 1-866-222-5000. F-222-020 rev 1 (06/23/14)
We are a SPFA Certified Contractors
- We are proud distributors of Gaco Firestop2 Open Cell Foam
- 183M 2lb Closed Cell Spray Foam
- N52 Gaco Western Wall Foam
- Gaco Pro-Fill Injection Wall Foam
- 3lb Gaco Roof Foam
- Gaco Silicone S20 – 15 year warranty
- Fireproof coating DC 315
- Cafco Blaze – Shield fire resistant coatings
- K-13 acoustical and thermal solutions – sporting events center
WHY SPRAY FOAM INSULATION?
Air moves in and out of a home through every hole, crack, and crevice. Roughly one third of air infiltrates through walls, ceiling, and floors. Adding an advanced insulation system is necessary to achieve optimal building performance. Spray Foam is that advanced insulation system. Spray foam insulation can maximize a homeowners investment by sealing the building envelope to stop conditioned indoor air from escaping and prevent unconditioned air from entering a home. Air exchange in and out of a home is a leading cause of escalated energy bills. The mechanical systems that heat and cool buildings are continuously operating; reducing extreme temperature variations saves on the overuse of mechanical systems and leads to lower energy bills.
- Lower energy cost
- Stops drafts and condensation
- Better indoor air quality
- Quieter indoor environment
- Increased comfort
- Seals cracks and voids
- Does not settle or shrink
- Fills irregular shapes
- Adds structural strength
Closed-cell foam is the highest-R-value insulation material available, at up to R6 per inch (the higher the R value of a material, the greater its resistance to the movement of heat). Using thermal imaging cameras with a blower door, it’s not uncommon to see missing pieces of fiberglass or a two-inch gap between batts where heat can be lost. With well-installed foam that’s far less likely to happen because it’s sprayed on.
Spray foam takes up much less space than fiberglass or blown-in cellulose. Its thickness depends on where it’s applied, but it averages about three inches deep once installed.
With an energy-efficient HVAC system, you can see savings of up to 40 percent or more if your house is re-insulated with spray foam.
What room is right for spray foam?
Closed-cell spray foam can be used anywhere. It’s especially effective in attics and the rim joist cavities in basements, where the floorboards rest on the foundation. “Existing attics have a high failure rate because warm air enters the attic and moisture mats down the fiberglass and reduces its R value from 40 to about 12.
We Only Send Certified Contractors
Main Office: Sunlight Contractors, LLC 2323 Bainbridge St #110, Kenner, LA 70062 (504) 222-2082
New Orleans location: Sunlight Contractors, LLC 1635 Elysian Fields Avenue, Suite 325, New Orleans, LA 70117 (504) 302-0058