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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is R-value?
R-values and their metric equivalent, RSI values, are a way of labeling the effectiveness of insulating materials based on the resistance the material has to heat transferring through it. Common insulation product thicknesses and the R-values can vary.
Ultimately, the effectiveness of the insulation is reliant on how it is installed. If installed incorrectly the R-value can be reduced making the insulation product ineffective.
What does spray foam insulation cost?
We’re not going to hide the fact that professional polyurethane foam is more expensive than generic pink insulation.
However, you will see a return on your investment within 5 to 10 years with heating and cooling costs being reduced by up to 50%.
What is the square foot price of spray foam insulation?
Trinity Maintenance Solutions is known for our high standards and professional quality of work. Each job is unique, and price can vary based upon your needs. On average, price per square foot typically begins at $1 (per inch of thickness). We use only the best quality products to ensure that the job is done correctly the first time. We want to provide you with a price is designed to your needs.
We offer free quotes which include a site visit with our estimator, recommendations for your project, and customization based on your budget.
Can I install spray foam insulation myself?
Only trained, certified, and licensed installers should install spray foam insulation into buildings.
When you hire a company that is certified and whose sprayers are properly trained and licensed, you are ensuring safe, professional, and consistent installations. Trinity’s installers are trained, certified, and licensed through CUFCA who use the SPF Quality Assurance Program.
Do I require ventilation in my attic?
One of our certified estimators will assess the need for ventilation during a free site visit.
Ultimately, ventilation is very healthy for your attic space. The temperature in the attic should be equal to the outside. Ventilation helps to avoid condensation build up, moisture damage, and ice damming.
How will you insulate my exterior walls without removing my drywall?
Blown in cellulose insulation is a fantastic option for insulating exterior walls. Cellulose is extremely environmentally friendly and made with 100% post-consumer recycled newsprint.
We are able to insulate your walls with minimal adjustments regardless if you have vinyl siding, cedar shakes, aluminum siding, or clad board.
QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK ANY INSULATION CONTRACTOR:
- What area will be covered?
- Are there any rebates or programs available to help with the cost and where do I find more information regarding these?
- What warranties are offered with the products and can you provide a copy to me?
- What is the final R-value and thickness of the insulation when the job is completed?
- When can the work be completed?
- What type of training, certifications, accreditations, and licensing do the company and installers have? Are copies readily available?
- How many years has the business been operating?
- How much experience do the installers have?
- Does the company have insurance and worker compensation that would cover any accidents while working on a project? Are copies readily available?