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  • Raising The Floor With Elite Insulation

    • By Danielle Macdonald
    • Added on Feb 03, 2020

    Always staying on top, and underneath of the latest in spray foam technology, Elite are excited to announce the rebranding of the concrete lifting side of their business. read more

  • Man on Fire

    • By Tommy Rozycki
    • Added on Nov 27, 2019

    The winner of Spray Foam Magazine's Featured Contractor 2019 Search is Daylon Glover. Fire And Foam Prove No Match For This Texas Family Man. read more

  • Repurposed & Insulated

    • By Juan Sagarbarría
    • Added on Sep 27, 2019

    Spray foam applications to shipping containers are a thing of the now as they too need insulation to render an optimal climate for whoever is residing or for whatever is being stored in these units. read more

  • Skating Away

    • By Juan Sagarbarría
    • Added on Sep 27, 2019

    How spray foam insulation is keeping the temperature cool inside a new ice skating rink in Central Florida read more

  • Rowing vs. Cancer

    • By Tommy Rozycki
    • Added on Sep 25, 2019

    How a former NFL football star and spray foam aided in the battle against childhood cancer read more

  • Kentucky State Police Central Forensics Lab Heats Up

    • By SprayFoam.com Staff
    • Added on Jun 04, 2019

    Purefoam chose closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation called InsulBloc by US company NCFI Polyurethanes, to better seal the building envelope. Adler says, “We tore out the drywall to get to the concrete and spray-applied three inches of InsulBloc. We then put up 40-feet of scaffolding in the center span of the lobby area and spray-applied three inches of InsulBloc to the roof deck and a thermal and ignition barrier fire protection over the foam once it cured.” read more

  • Spray Foam and Stucco Combine to Bolster Southwestern Vacation Home

    • By Juan Sagarbarria
    • Added on Jun 03, 2019

    “It [the spray foam system] provides a fully adhered insulation layer, air barrier and durable stucco finish that does not crack in the harsh New Mexico heat,” notes Lepage. “We’ve seen homes where, after 20 years, there are no cracks in the system and the synthetic stucco is still holding up well and looks great!” read more