Reserve Spray Foam Insulation and Roofing
Reserve, Louisiana, once home to the nation’s largest sugar refinery, is also known for its historic homes and churches, and as the birthplace of jazz musicians Kid Thomas and Edmond Hall. Located in St. John the Baptist parish, Reserve sits on the east bank of the Mississippi River, northwest of New Orleans. Reserve’s climate, with its relatively mild winters but hot, humid summers, is similar to that of its neighbor. Fortunately, spraying walls, attics, crawlspaces and roofs in homes and businesses can prevent a great deal of the damage that such events, along with excessive moisture, can cause.
Spray Foam Insulation for Reserve Homes
Year-round high humidity levels and rain amounts, make moisture control vital for Reserve residents. When the earth beneath homes stays wet, moisture can damage unprotected sub-flooring and give rise to problems with mildew, mold, and rot in any home, regardless of its age.
Closed cell spray foam beneath homes can ward off such issues while simultaneously sealing airflow. Keeping conditioned air in the home and unconditioned air out (no infiltration through flooring cracks and crevices) improves the healthiness of the home by preventing the admission of airborne allergens. Since the use of closed cell spray foam negates the need for continuously heating or cooling, it also helps reduce utility costs.
When applied to walls and attics, open cell spray foam likewise controls airflow and prevents Reserve homes from falling victim to mold, mildew, and even insect invasion. It also helps homeowners maintain consistent temperatures throughout the year without excessive use of heating and cooling units.
Spray Foam Roofing for Reserve Businesses
Applying spray foam insulation to ceilings and walls is also beneficial for businesses. Reducing the need for heating and cooling, and increasing energy efficiency and comfort levels — all while lowering utility costs — is as important to businesses and commercial property owners as it is to homeowners.
A green, energy efficient alternative to traditional roofing materials, spray foam roofing can be applied directly over most existing roofing substrates. This eliminates the need to remove and then replace roofs, thereby saving time and money. In addition, with minimal upkeep, a spray foamed roof can last for up to half a century. Its firm grip and rigid texture enhance the structural integrity of commercial buildings, and it resists not just water and air leaks, but even powerful winds.
Spray foamed roofing helps Reserve businesses maintain consistent temperatures throughout buildings, which means that clients and staff can be more comfortable without breaking the budget.
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.