Spray foam insulation is the leading high performance insulation available today.Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

Save up to 50% on Energy Bills with foam insulation

Complete Seal to Cavity

Vapor Barrier & Air Barrier & Water Resistant

Environmentally Friendly

Mold and Mildew Resistant

Spray Foam is Stable

Increase Building Strength


Closed Cell Spray Foam InsulationIMG_20141117_110118_408

Closed cell spray foam insulation is a high density spray foam that classifies as both an air and vapor barrier. It typically has an aged R Value of 5.5 to 6.5 depending upon manufacture. Closed cell can be used for many different structure and works extremely well in pole style buildings where hanging of insulation is hard and difficult to achieve an R value. Closed cell eliminated all air leakage in a building making it airtight and comfortable. In addition closed cell spray foam improves the building strength making  it resistant to wind and other forces.

  • High Density
  • Vapor Barrier
  • Air Barrier
  • Highest R Value 5.5 to 6.5 per inch
  • Below grade waterproofing
  • Improves structural strength

Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation00C0C_7BY78qrpp1h_600x450

Open cell spray foam is a low density insulation that has a similar feel to angel food cake. It is classified as an air barrier and has an R Value of roughly 3.5 per inch. In many cases, open cell is cheaper than closed cell by 50%. Open sell is water blown and environmentally friendly.

  • Low Density
  • Air Barrier
  • R Value of 3.5 per inch
  • Water Blown – Environmentally friendly

Thermal & Ignition Barriers

Depending upon the situation a thermal or ignition barrier may need to be spray applied over the spray foam insulation to meet code requirements. A thermal barrier is needed in a area that is livable whereas a ignition barrier is to be used in a place such as an attic with an access hatch.

Spokane and other Service Areas

Sunvek is a registered general contractor in both Washington and Idaho

Counties we service Spokane, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Whitman, Lincoln, Adams, Garfield, Asotin, Columbia, Walla Walla, Ferry, Benton, Idaho, Bonner, Latah, Boise, Ada, Benewah, Kootenai, Lewis, Gem, Payette, Washington

This list is not all inclusive.