Insulation Services in Central Alberta

Spray foam insulation is our specialty for residential, commercial, and industrial-sized projects. We install, remove, and assess insulation for attics, basements, renovations, basements, garages, and trailers in Alberta.

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Choose a locally owned company for your insulation needs and benefit from the localized skills and expertise and attention to detail that other companies overlook. Our team will deliver high-quality, efficient services and provide recommendations and advice that you can trust. No matter what kind of property or vehicle you need to have insulated, Proinsulate can help. We have the expertise, experience, and capacity to take care of projects as small as a basement and as big as a 140-room hotel.

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Even in you invest in the most expensive kind of insulation product, the product performance will be limited by how well the insulation product was installed. This is especially important for spray foam insulation. People who have purchased insulation from inexperienced installers may need to invest more money in their projects to have errors corrected. There’s nothing more frustrating than investing in high-quality insulation like spray foam insulation, only to have the installers make errors in the mixing of the product, or spray the foam too thin or unevenly compromising the functionality of the insulation. With many years of experience, you can rest assured that by choosing Proinsulate, your insulation project will be done right the first time. Our foam insulation sprayers have gained the necessary skills to handle every job from beginning to end properly. They also regularly take industry-related courses and training to ensure that our skillset stays up-to-date with the latest best practices and industry regulations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different kinds of spray foam available?2022-11-22T06:09:56-07:00

There are two main types of spray foam insulation: open-cell and closed-cell.

  • Open-cell insulation is comprised of cells that are not completed encapsulated and intentionally left open creating a more flexible material. It is a good noise reduction option, and when correctly placed, open-cell spray foam insulation outperforms all other types of insulation. Compared to traditional insulation, open-cell foam insulation is a great low-cost alternative with better energy efficiency. It further provides excellent thermal comfort and indoor air quality while helping to decrease the danger of moisture issues. Hence, open-cell commercial spray foam insulation is the sound choice if you’re looking for a budget-friendly insulation solution.
  • Closed-cell insulation has enclosed cells that are smaller and more dense than open-cell insulation. This insulation is more ridged and is great for creating a water vapour barrier preventing moisture and humidity from passing through. Closed-cell spray foam insulation also has a higher R-value than open-cell insulation.
What is the insulation R-Value?2022-11-22T06:10:27-07:00

Insulation performance is measured in units called R-values. This is a rating of how well the insulation will prevent heat from passing through the material. When reading an R-value rating, it is per inch of the insulation thickness. So if a material has an R-value of 5, installing 3 inches of the product will result in an R-value of 15 for the insulated area. Insulation ratings vary greatly based on the material, it’s thickness, and density.

Can spray foam be installed between wall studs without removing interior sheathing?2022-11-22T06:11:09-07:00

In most cases, you’ll need to remove interior or exterior sheathing before applying spray foam. Trying to add spray foam between wall studs through small access holes can result in bowed-out walls and other structural damage.

Will spray foam insulation handle standing flood water?2022-11-22T06:11:37-07:00

Closed-cell spray foam has excellent water resistance. If your area experiences flooding, spray foam insulation can make it easier to deal with the aftermath. Unlike other insulation types, closed-cell spray foam won’t hold water or become waterlogged. This is great news for home and business owners worried about the growth of mold and mildew after flooding.

Why should I invest in spray foam insulation?2022-11-22T06:12:02-07:00

Choosing to invest in spray foam insulation for your property is a great decision because it is long lasting, provides superior levels of insulation, and can provide many additional benefits. Spray foam insulation creates an airtight, moisture resistant barrier with the highest R-value of any insulation products available on the market. Spray foam can reduce your heating expenses by 50% depending on your property structure and requires no maintenance when installed properly. Spray foam products can also offer soundproofing, fireproofing, and structural benefits.

Why choose ProInsulate for Spray Foam Insulation Projects?2022-11-22T06:13:58-07:00

We are experts in insulation and have a reputation of delivering excellence in all the projects we have completed since our founding in 2016. Our processes are streamlined and our team has been trusted by many large contractors to deliver flawless, high-quality blown-in and spray foam insulation in Alberta. We are familiar with the insulation regulations you need to meet and only install high-quality materials. Our team is highly trained and experienced so you can rest assured that the products will perform as expected. You can trust our team to do your project properly the first time and complete the project efficiently. Contact us today to get a quote on your spray foam insulation project.

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Our team works in Edmonton and surrounding areas including Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, and Leduc. If you have any questions about an insulation project in your area, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team.

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