Crawl Space & Basement Technologies is the top spray foam insulation installation team in Clayton and the Greater Triangle. We are your solution to home inefficiency and high energy usage!
Save Money on High Heating and Cooling Bills!
Saving on your heating and cooling costs is as simple as calling CBTofNC for a home insulation inspection.
By adding new insulation to the crawl space or basement, you can prevent your precious conditioned air from being pulled from your home and replaced by musty, mold laden air.
Foundation vents like those found in the majority of Clayton, North Carolina homes, are the major issue with air quality and energy efficiency. These vents allow for unconditioned air to travel to and from the crawl space, but also allows moisture to be ever present in the space. Varying temperatures create conditions that allow for moisture to become mold, fiberglass insulation to break down and pests to become commonplace.
The negative pressure from your home’s HVAC system will then pull the bad air into your home compromising your indoor air quality.
The best way to eliminate poor air and improve energy efficiency is to seal off your home from moisture laden soil under your home, seal your concrete and cement foundation and close the foundation vents. Once all access to the home has been sealed, adding spray foam insulation to the area is next!
Talk with a Clayton Foam Insulation Installer from Crawl Space & Basement Technologies
Our insulation experts are ready to help you determine the scope of your needs. Depending on the conditions in your basement, our specialists will guide you the proper insulation types and help you select the type that fits the condition of your home.
Don’t Let Rising Energy Costs Get You Down
The benefits of spray foam insulation cannot be beaten! Foam insulation completely seals your home from poor air and moisture. The results will be reduced power bills, lack of pests, and improved family health. Protect your family from pollutants and allergens with spray foam insulation.
How is Spray Foam Insulation Applied?
Specialists create a 2 part mixture that is applied to the interior surface of exterior walls, the underside of the roof and beneath the floor boards of the flooring above the foundation. Once applied, the foam rapidly expands, filling cracks and voids to completely adhere to wood, masonry, metal studs and joists.
Foam Insulation is Superior to Standard Fiberglass Insulation
Foam insulation provides a higher R-Value per square inch versus other types of insulation. Foam minimizes hot and cold spots that create varying temperature changes throughout any building. This improves energy efficiency and maintains comfort throughout.
Foam insulation provides a hardened, ridged structure that helps stabilize your home. This increase in structural integrity helps your home’s support beams to reduce, and displace the weight of your home.
Foam insulation provides secondary moisture prevention. By acting as an additional vapor barrier, foam insulation prevents moisture related problems for your Clayton home.
What is the Difference Between Open Cell and Closed Cell Insulation?
Both systems use the same material and are applied by trapping air or gas in a plastic matrix.
The differences start with the “blowing agents” used to create bubbles and end with both varied performance and cost.
Financing is Available!
With the Crawl Space, Basement & Attic Fund you get:
- No Payments & No Interest for 6 months on approved credit.
- 100% unsecured financing from $1,000 to $30,000 on approved credit.
- A quick, easy and no cost loan-by-phone application process.
- A fast credit decision in about 10 minutes.
- Peace of mind because you provide your personal financial information directly to the bank.
- No paperwork! No application fee! No closing costs! No prepayment penalties!
Contact the Clayton Basement Insulation Experts
The team of spray foam insulation specialists at Crawl Space & Basement Technologies is ready to help you improve your Clayton home’s efficiency. Schedule your consultation by completing the online contact form or by calling 919-847-7072.