What is Spray Foam Insulation?
Spray polyurethane foam is an alternative solution to traditional fiberglass batt insulation. Spray foam is a two-component insulation made up of isocyanate and polyol resin. When these two products are mixed, the liquids react quickly and expand on contact to create foam that is a far superior insulation than anything else that can be installed in your home or business. Spray foam insulation is known for its ability to be an air, thermal, and vapor barrier. This product is multi-functional and can be used in attics, walls, subfloors, and even on roofs. It is a highly effective solution for reducing unwanted air infiltration through cracks, seams and joints.
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Why Choose Spray Foam Insulation From Sunlight Contractors of New Orleans?
Sunlight Contractors, LLC is the top provider for spray foam insulation services, blown in cellulose services, all blown in insulation for residential homes and commercial buildings. We are licensed and certified Spray Foam Installers and Mold Remediation Experts
- RESNET Home Energy Raters (HERS),
- RESNET Energy Smart Contractors
- bpi.org Building Performance Institute and Gold Star Contractors.
- Certified by the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA).
- Certified master spray foam installers.
Whether you’re interested in making your home, office, or business more energy efficient. We’ve got you covered.
Sunlight Contractors for Mold Remediation in New Orleans and Southern Louisiana
Sunlight Contractors, LLC are certified and licensed mold remediators with experience in both mold assessment and remediation. The Sunlight Contractors team are committed to promptly and properly addressing your mold issues, while ensuring your safety. Our mold remediation experts will not only tackle your existing mold problems, they can help you prevent future ones.
No other mold remediation expert can offer the savings and services that Sunlight Contractor does. Call or email Sunlight Contractors today to learn more about mold remediation for your home or business.
Contact Sunlight Contractors for more information on Spray Foam or Mold Remediation – or a free quote
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Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation
Lower energy cost
Stops drafts allergens and condensation
Better indoor air quality
Does not settle or shrink
Quieter indoor environment
Fills irregular shapes
Increased climate comfort
Adds structural strength
Seals cracks and voids
Keeps out unwanted pests
Lower your carbon footprint
About Sunlight Contractors, LLC
We are the highest rated and most reviewed Insulation Contractors in the state of Louisiana. Sunlight Contractors are the clear choice for your spray foam insulation!
Sunlight Contractors, LLC is a local business that provides spray foam insulation services, blown in cellulose services, all blown in insulation for residential homes and commercial buildings. They are licensed and certified RESNET Home Energy Raters (HERS), RESNET Energy Smart Contractors, and bpi.org Building Performance Institute and Gold Star Contractors. We are certified by the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA). We are certified master spray foam installers. Sunlight Contractors, LLC also offers a variety of services including: commercial spray foam for buildings. We provide fireproofing, soundproofing, and superior spray foam insulation.
Residential Commercial and Industrial
Spray Foam Wall Insulation
If your home is still being built or undergoing serious renovations, it’s easier to properly insulate it. Before wallboard or other finished wall materials are installed, spray foam insulation can be applied and then scraped to fit snugly between wall joists and under wall coverings. The hardened cellulose insulation provides a permanent thermal and air barrier that never settles, degrades, or loses R-value.
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Blown-In Insulation For Finished Walls & Attic
If you realize that wall insulation is a must and your walls are already finished, blown-in insulation is a safe way to add insulation. One method for insulating finished walls involves drilling access holes near the top and bottom of the wall cavity and blowing cellulose insulation into empty stud cavities. We also can spray your attic floor with cellulose insulation after we remove any prior existing insulation to avoid any moisture nightmares.
Home Air Sealing
Sunlight Contractors can help you identify air leaks in your home with our blower door test and home energy audit. We can quantify exactly how much air is leaking out of your house and pinpoint the location of those leaks. When we’ve found all of them, we can seal them up whether they’re in your ducts, around your windows and doors, in walls and attic floors, or elsewhere in your home. Recessed light fixtures are among the most common air leak offenders, and we can seal those just as safely and efficiently as all the others.
Once you have completed the air sealing project for your home, those rooms that are stifling in the summer due to hot air infiltration will be cool. Rooms that are chilly and full of drafts in the winter because of cold air infiltration will be toasty warm.
Mold and Moisture Remediation Services
How to Get Rid of Mold? – Mold Remediation
If you’re noticing any/all of the following, your home or business should be inspected/tested for mold to see if it needs mold remediation. Unless it is a very small area then get an expert in to check.
a moldy or musty smell, even if you don’t SEE signs of mold even the tiniest clusters of small black/gray/brown/green/white spots on walls, ceilings, windows, floors baseboards, orange/pink/purple spots on wallpaper; or white thread-like patterns in any of those areas
a past or ongoing moisture problem like flooding, leaks, or high humidity/condensation levels
sneezing, runny/stuffy nose, cough, itchy/watery eyes that suddenly get better whenever you leave the house/building
Drying out Crawlspaces and Sub-floors
A musty, and moisture filled crawlspace can be consumed by humidity and moisture. Aside from the rotting wood, and the growth of mold. A wet sub-floor can also cause foundation problems. We take pride in being able to bring that moisture all the way down to below 15%. We have a proven technique to the process that has given us the best results every single time.