In recent years several serious respiratory illnesses have been linked to pollutants found in the air inside the structures in which we live and work. Poor indoor air quality can have adverse effects on quality of life.
Because spray foam provides an airtight seal in walls, floors, and ceilings, it virtually eliminates the infiltration of unwanted air that can introduce allergens such as dust and pollen or harmful gasses such as carbon monoxide (as in a garage located under a living space) to the indoor air.
Spray foams low air-permeability properties can help reduce the negative pressure of an interior structures ability to draw air and vapor through the material itself. The reduction in vapor infiltration and condensation also helps reduce the proliferation of mold and the health risks it presents.