We apply spray foam to walls, ceilings, floors, pole barns, attics, crawl spaces, basements, garages, homes, businesses and more. Spray foam can insulate metal, wood and everything in between. We know the East Texas area because we live here. You’ll get all your questions answered, and we will provide you with quality customer support throughout the whole process.

5 advantages East Texas homeowners gain with spray foam insulation:

Open Cell vs. Closed Cell Spray Foam

Open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation are both good to use in East Texas. The thing that makes open cell foam so great is how it expands into areas that other insulation can’t reach. It expands and then turns hard like glue making an airtight seal. Closed cell foam insulation is very dense and water cannot penetrate it. Open cell is the most commonly used spray insulation in East Texas. Read more on this topic here!

What is the R-Value of 1 inch of spray foam insulation?

The r-value of 1 inch foam differs from open cell to closed cell. Open-cell spray foam has an R-value of about R-3.85 per inch, while closed-cell spray foam has an R-value that may be as high as R-7 per inch. Read more on this topic here!

The table below has a comparison of the two types of spray foam insulation. Because there are regulated depth requirements for each type of insulation, it also breaks down the minimum and maximum depths of each type and the resulting R-value.

TypeR-value Per InchMin ThicknessMin Thickness R-ValueMax ThicknessMax Thickness R-Value

What is the relative cost of spray foam insulation in East Texas?

Open and closed-cell spray foam insulation are more expensive than other insulation types, such as fiberglass or cellulose. However, there are some distinct advantages to spray foam insulation, such as, having a higher R-value, providing structural integrity, and having a longer lifespan."