Spray Foam Insulation Safety
While cured spray polyurethane foam provides safe, affordable energy efficiency for Louisiana homeowners and business owners, the installation of spray foam – both closed cell and open cell – in attics, walls, crawl spaces, and on rooftops requires precision, attention to detail, and precaution. Spray Foam Insulation Safety must be at the forefront during installation. At Sunlight Contractors, LLC, we pride ourselves on ensuring a safe, healthy environment before, during, and after an installation for our crew, our clients, and their community.
We are Louisiana’s premiere SPFA-certified spray foam specialists
Our spray foam installation contractors are trained in Spray Foam Insulation Safety and certified by the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance. It is a non-profit professional organization committed to appropriate safety protocol in the use of spray polyurethane foam. They are instructed in the proper use of PPE, or personal protective equipment, as well as safety guidelines that protect the people in the area where spray foam is being applied.
Spray foam as an insulation material has been used in industrial construction for over thirty years, and it’s become popular as a residential insulation over the past ten years. While it has been proven to be perfectly safe once cured, during application, it can be potentially harmful if it is inhaled or comes in contact with skin.
Safety during spray foam installations is our priority
That’s why we put up cautionary signs and barriers wherever we install spray foam. This gives us the peace of mind to know that our clients and their neighbors are safely outside the spraying zone. Similarly, our crew of certified installers are required to wear breathing, body, glove, and eye protection during and immediately following the application in order to protect their health.
Ventilation of the area being sprayed is also mandatory when installing spray foam. When a work space is properly ventilated, it can reduce airborne levels of vapors resulting from the application. This protects SPF contractors and others in the area from inhaling the particulates emitted into the air, which can cause coughing and breathing difficulties. These dusty remains will linger until the area is completely cleaned and ventilated, which is why we take great care at Sunlight Contractors, LLC to leave the homes we treat even cleaner than they were when we arrived.
Proper PPE means our crew and our clients are safe!
When considering spray foam as an insulation for your home or business, be sure to familiarize yourself with the safety precautions necessary to guarantee an installation that not only conserves energy but also preserves the health and well-being of those around you. To avoid safety hazards altogether, hire SPFA certified spray foam installers.
For more information on spray polyurethane foam insulation for your home or office, contact Louisiana’s premiere energy consultants at Sunlight Contractors, LLC.[gallery_bank type=”images” format=”filmstrip” title=”true” desc=”true” img_in_row=”3″ animation_effect=”bounce” image_width=”600″ album_title=”true” album_id=”30″]
Main Office: Sunlight Contractors, LLC 2323 Bainbridge St #110, Kenner, LA 70062 (504) 222-2082
New Orleans location: Sunlight Contractors, LLC 650 Poydras St, Suite 1400, Rm 33, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 302-0058