spray polyurethane foam, health and safety

I’m a Homeowner Having Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) Professionally Installed 

Government incentives and public interest have put a spotlight on reducing energy usage and carbon emissions. As the home weatherization and green building industries respond to growing demand, spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation continues to gain popularity for its ease-of-use, ability to reduce energy bills, improve indoor comfort and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

As a homeowner hiring someone to install SPF insulation for you, this site offers information about the benefits and uses of SPF insulation and important considerations when working with a professional contractor to have spray foam insulation installed in your home. 

Why select spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation? It can...


What to expect:

    Your role
  • Learn about SPF insulation
  • Be selective when choosing a contractor
  • Discuss reoccupancy guidance with your contractor


    Your contractor’s role
  • Oversee a safe and effective installation
  • Follow proper storage, handling and disposal practices


What should I know about how SPF insulation works?


Selecting and Working with your SPF Contractor: Questions to consider, credentials, insurance, permits and other considerations

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Homeowners



Share | subscribe
Home | Professional Contractors | Weatherization Contractors | Homeowners | Do-It-Yourselfer | News Room | Sitemap | Contact Us

This site is sponsored by the American Chemistry Council.
Copyright © 2010 – 2017 American Chemistry Council, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy.