Performance Based Commercial Roofing, Polyurethane Foam and Elastomeric Coating Contractor

Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation

Washington Roofing & Insulation has over 35 years of Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation experience and uses strict measures to follow the highest of industry standards.

Flint Hils Fort Zumwalt North High School Manhattan Kansas  BASF Spraytite Between Metal Studs

Left: Washington Roofing & Insulation placed SPF Insulation on the underside of a roof deck with BASF Walltite and additionally sprayed with Flame Seal TB, a 15 minute thermal barrier.
Place: Flint Hills Fort Zumwalt North High School, Manhattan, Kansas. Right: Photo of BASF Spraytite used as insulation between metal studs. Place: Flint Hills, Manhattan, Kansas. For more of this series visit the Washington Roofing & Insulation portfolio.

Using spray foam insulation will completely seal cracks and crevices which helps save on utilities; provide you with a cleaner, higher quality air environment and is environmentally friendly.

In our air barrier and insulation applications we use a closed cell foam. The difference between a closed cell foam versus an open cell foam is that in open-cell foam the tiny cells of the foam fill up with air, making it weaker and softer to the touch.

Closed cell foam cells pack together and are filled with a gas that forces the foam to rise and expand, thus providing better insulation.

Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation

BASF Closed Cell Spray Foam provides an R-value of 6.7 per inch and has a density of 2.0 lbs per cubic foot, making it a great choice for your insulation and air barrier needs.