This insulation system is a wall injection foam that has an R-Value of 3.9 per inch and has a low air permeability rating. The most important fact to note is that this product allows us to significantly upgrade the insulation levels in walls that currently contain a thin fiberglass batt. Manitoba Hydro' Insulation Rebate Program recognizes the thin batting to have a total rating of R 2.8. This would include almost every single house built in Winnipeg and surrounding area between 1944 and 1976. A very large portion of these houses have stucco exterior, and are one story buildings and have dimensions between 1000 square feet to 1200 square feet. Previous to the airKrete system, there was no cost effective method to upgrade the walls of these houses, short of ripping out the drywall or re-siding the entire exterior of the home.
This insulation system is a cellulose wall injection product that has an R-Value of 3.8 per inch. This product is limited to injecting into walls that have an open cavity. It has an adhesive additive that solidifies the material in the wall to prevent settling.
This spray applied polyurethane medium 2 lb. density foam has the highest R-Value per inch than any other insulation systems on the market today. The fact that it is a thermal barrier, air barrier, and vapour barrier is also a strong selling feature. Only Canadian Urethane Foam Contractors Association (CUFCA) certified sprayers can apply this product. It has many uses uses including, but not limited to, sealing basement walls and ring-joists, air-sealing in attics, insulating open walls and cathedral ceilings. The possibilities are endless when it comes to insulating with foam, it is a very versatile product. Warm Home Saskatoon will be offering this product beginning Spring 2012.
This spray applied polyurethane 1/2 lb. density foam is used by us as an air barrier in attics, as well as a great sound proof material. It can be sprayed or injected.
This loose-fill fiberglass product sets the bar as the most cost effective attic insulation system on the market. It is blown-in with pneumatically powered machines and hoses. Installs are fast and very reasonably priced, the most bang for your buck in the insulation industry.
This loose-fill product is made from recycled newspapers and is used for insulating attics or wall injection.
This spray applied polyurethane medium density 3 lb. foam is designed for spraying flat or low-sloped roofs from the exterior, it is then covered with a spray applied U.V. protective coating. It acts like a seamless insulated, water tight roof.