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Spray Foam HVAC Training Program Launches
Lapolla Industries launches a new program to better educate those in the HVAC industry about the correct application of spray foam insulation

As the summer months approach, many home and business owners are checking to ensure their cooling systems are prepared to handle demand. In an effort to educate the HVAC community, Lapolla Industries is working with Ron Smith to teach industry professionals about the company's spray polyurethane foam.

Lapolla Industries has been a leader within its sector for years, and according to a press release from the company, it has long sought to educate those in the HVAC industry about the correct application of spray foam insulation. Without proper training, crews are not prepared to work with spray foam insulation, industry analysts assert, and it is exceedingly important that those handling the insulation product are trained to do so.

"Lapolla's HVAC Approved Applicator Program, now underway throughout the United States, is quickly gaining traction," the company said in a statement. "The new strategic alliance between Lapolla and Ron Smith will help Lapolla to further awareness within the HVAC community. Through Ron Smith’s due diligence on the value of Spray Polyurethane Foam, we believe that he can assist Lapolla in educating the entire HVAC community to the collective value of this superior technology."

Some houses and commercial buildings that have had spray foam insulation applied throughout them have cut their cooling and heating bills by more than 45 percent, according to Lapolla.

Lapolla Industries, Inc. is a manufacturer of spray foam insulation and cool roof coating products targeting commercial, industrial and residential applications in the roofing and insulation construction industries. Additional information about Lapolla is available at

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