Just having some equipment doesn’t make you a professional.
And in our business – the insulation industry – there’s alot of people running around with equipment and claiming to be insulation “professionals”.
But like in all areas of life, there’s a RIGHT way to do things, and a wrong way. And in this gallery, we want to show you the RIGHT way to install spray foam insulation in a metal building.
Protecting Your “Toys” with Spray Foam Insulation in a Metal Building
We did this job recently in metro Baton Rouge for a client who had what we call a “toy shed”! The metal building housed his boat and a few other important valuables which were suffering from excess humidity, heat in the summer and cold in the winter.
A few things to note as you look at the pictures:
- The “before” condition of the shed
- The extra prep & care given to the site
- The black plastic coverings over the garage doors & floors to protect the surfaces NOT being treated with spray foam
- Our team measuring the depth of the foam for accuracy. This not only ensures the customer got what they paid for, but also that too much foam causes different types of problems
- The “after” condition of the shed
Before you take the cheapest quote from a spray foam insulation contractor, make sure to find out how well they prep your area before they spray. Ask if they’ll confirm their work with measurements taken all over the job. And ask them for pictures of a recent job showing the condition of the job site when they left.