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Johnstown, PA (15901)

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Mowery Diamon Seal Systems Inc
From the first phone conversation, to the estimate visit to the actual work day, service was excellent and very professional from the owner to all workers!
- Linda D....
Steel City Insulation
We obtained three bids, John was by far the most professional, returned calls, answered questions, the product and service are an overall plus to my home. I went from gas heat running this time of year $300 to $600 a month to a Mitsubishi split mini heat pump unit - total electric less than $250 last month. The spray foam created a complete closed envelope of the home, there are no spray foam weaknesses, just the typical window and door which are what they are.
- Cathy B....
Comfort Coating LLC
We agreed on a 3" overall thickness for the insulation and scheduled a date and time for the application. He arrived at the scheduled time and date. He taped off and prepared the area, sprayed the foam, cleaned up the entire area and was finished within two days. I have looked at several spray foam jobs at other work sites and this is by far the the best looking and highest quality job that I have ever seen. Mark is an honest contractor and concerned about maintaining a good reputation and his work shows it! He's reliable, professional and interested in customer satisfaction.
- Joe C....
Work was done quickly and correctly. They even went around caulking around the doors and windows and other possible place air may get in. They covered the windows and our partially finished hardwood staircase. They scrapped off the access foam and cleaned up after themselves.
- Jim L....
Had estimate done early on remolding project and we told them it will be a month or two till we were ready. This was no problem called them when we were ready and they got us scheduled in that week. Workers showed up on time and promptly got to work. They put up protective plastic on all of my windows and covered my hardwood linen closet floor and stairs. While one worker was doing the spray foam the other was applying caulking around the edges of doors, windows and floor. They scrapped up any over-spray that was on the studs. After the foam setup the installed the fiberglass batts. They were extremely quick and did an awesome job.
- Jim L....

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Spray foam insulation can get into problem spots fiberglass or cellulose insulation cannot reach.

Some spray foams can be installed by homeowners; most extensive applications are done by professional services. 

Types of Spray Foam

According to the Spray Foam Coalition, spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is an expanding, sprayed-on plastic that hardens over time, providing a continuous, air-sealing barrier on walls and roofs. 

  • Closed-cell SPF earns an R-value (R for Resistance to heat transfer) of 6.5, compared to the same thickness of cellulose or fiberglass insulation (R 3.5 to 3.7). 
  • Most commercial applications of SPF use a two-component (“A” and “B”) chemical reaction. Stored, delivered and handled as liquids, the two parts are sprayed onto surfaces. They react on contact with one another, forming an instant, expanding foam insulation on everything they touch. Over time, the foam hardens to form a closed-cell air and heat barrier. 
  • A second type of SPF, moisture-cured foam, has only one component. This is what you will find in the hardware store for small jobs like closing up spaces around electrical outlets, windows, or door frames. This type of polyurethane expands on contact with humidity in the air, hardening in minutes. 

Do It Myself?

A difficult task, many homeowners are safe to tackle small jobs with moisture-cure foam. But be careful.

How Much Does Spray Foam Insulation Cost? 

For little jobs, a single can may cost only $5 or so. The average cost of SPF application is $2,329.

The range, though, is wide: $1,265 to $3,630. For big jobs, enlist qualified professionals.

How Can I Find Insulation Services Near Me?

Use this List near you of insulation service to find the best local contractors and pros. If you are hunting for a competitive price, consider contacting at least three businesses for bids. 

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