Houma Spray Foam Insulation and Roofing
Boasting Louisiana’s second oldest high school, Houma is a city rich with culture and history. Downtown Houma is noted on the National Register of Historic Places as a significant American historic district, and a drive through the surrounding area reveals a landscape where fishermen and trappers still live much like their ancestors. However, unlike their ancestors, the homeowners and business owners of Houma have access to cutting edge construction technology that can improve the energy efficiency of even the oldest homes without disturbing their historic charm.
Spray Foam Insulation for Houma Homes
Surrounded by bayous and lakes, Houma residents often have trouble controlling moisture in their homes, which can lead to issues such as the growth of mold and mildew as well as rot. In addition to being destructive to homes, these pollutants are also harmful to the health of homeowners. An application of two pound closed cell spray foam can quickly and painlessly resolve most moisture-related problems by creating a monolithic barrier against the warm, wet earth beneath homes. Closed cell spray foam also air seals and insulates, which means that homes are more comfortable year round.
By encapsulating attics with open cell spray foam, Houma residents can further air seal and insulate their homes, improving indoor air quality while making homes more comfortable and affordable. For most people in Louisiana, utility bills have increased steadily during the past ten years, and a large percentage of that expense goes to heating and cooling homes. Attic encapsulation helps homes maintain comfortable temperatures without the need to constantly run heating and cooling systems.
Spray Foam Roofing for Houma Businesses
Because Houma’s traditional industries have relied heavily on water, the marine use of spray foam insulation may be particularly interesting. By Land or Sea Marine Construction in New Orleans has begun to use closed cell spray foam as a flotation medium, applying it beneath docks to keep them afloat. Closed cell’s rigid, water-tight seal not only makes floating structures more sea-worthy, but it also improves the strength and durability of those structures. Imagine the possibilities for marine-based businesses!
However, spray foam can improve any business’ energy efficiency. An application to walls and ceilings helps to reduce heating and cooling costs by keeping conditioned air in and exterior air out. That makes offices, storage spaces, and other industrial and commercial facilities more comfortable and more affordable.
As an alternative to traditional roofing, spray foam roofing provides an environmentally friendly and durable option for commercial structures. Because it can be applied directly to existing roofing substrate, the expense and time associated with tear offs and re-roofing can be avoided. With a minimum of regular maintenance, a spray foam roof can endure wind, rain, and damaging UV rays for up to fifty years.
A spray foam roof doesn’t just save money in roofing costs, however. It also reduces the cost of heating and cooling bills by helping to moderate indoor temperatures. Spray foam roofing poses dozens of new, money-saving possibilities for Houma businesses!
No other energy company can provide the solutions that Sunlight Contractors, LLC does. From residential floor, walls, and attic insulation to industrial spray foam roofing, we provide services and products that are guaranteed to increase your energy efficiency while reducing your utility costs.
We provide service to the following areas:
Main Office: Sunlight Contractors, LLC 2323 Bainbridge St #110, Kenner, LA 70062 (504) 222-2082
New Orleans location: Sunlight Contractors, LLC 1631 Elysian Fields Avenue, Suite 325, New Orleans, LA 70117 (504) 302-0058
New Orleans, Metairie, Slidell, Kenner, and surrounding areas including Marrero, Harvey, Mandeville, LaPlace, Covington, Gretna, Destrehan, Belle Chasse, Norco, Hammond, Chalmette, and more areas in Southern Louisiana.