Comfort insulation offers the application of Open Cell, Closed Cell and also DIY kits for insulation upgrades and new construction.

Open Cell, or half pound foam is a spray applied foam insulation with an r-value of 3.7 per inch, providing a 100% air seal and a perfect fit every time. The Icynene Insulation system offers a reliable insulation That will never sag, delaminate or deteriorate once applied. The foam stays flexible to allow movement with the Building envelope to ensure maximum performance throughout the buildings life.

Closed Cell, or Two pound spray foam is a spray applied foam insulation with an r-value of 6.5 per inch, providing a 100% air seal, a water barrier as well as a inherent vapour barrier if it is applied a minimum of 2 inches continuous Onto the substrate. Spray foam offers a perfect fit every installation, it will never sag, delaminate or deteriorate once applied. Two pound spray foam also offers structural strength to a building.

To better understand the differences between Open Cell vs. Close Cell insulation, and which application is best suited for your needs, please click here for more info.

DIY Spray foam kits are offered which cover 600 board feet of area (12”x12”@1” thick) for your small projects and offer all of the same advantages as well as a fire retardant protection inherent in the foam itself. To order DIY Spray
Kits please contact our office.

Spray foam insulation can be used in Commercial, Residential, Institutional, Industrial and Agricultural buildings.

The best insulating value and seal available to save money on energy and eliminate heat loss due to air movement. Vist our page about the benefits of spray foam insulation for more information.

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Comfort Insulation is Ottawa's exclusive dealer for ICYNENE®, the industry-leading "green" spray foam insulation product. ICYNENE® is 100% water-blown, HFC and PBDE free, odorless and can save homeowners up to 50% on heating and cooling costs.