Spray Foam Insulation ~ Energy Savings For Life

The value of spray insulation is recognized during the application process.  The materials are spray-applied and adhere to almost any substrate that they come in contact with; filling every crack and crevice along the way. Creating a tight building envelope is the fastest way to reduce energy consumption. Lapolla’s spray foam insulation products provide a thermal and moisture management system.

Insulation should add value to:

  • Energy savings
  • Sustainability
  • Air quality
  • Safety
  • Durability
  • Comfort
There are two primary types of materials available in the spray foam insulation industry.  Open-cell and closed-cell spray polyurethane foam systems ─ Lapolla offers them both.  Plus, we have created a special cold weather formula to extend the application season for our customers.

Spray Foam is a Perfect for:

  • Residential Construction
  • Commercial Construction
  • Agricultural Applications
  • Specialty Applications

Lapolla distributes an architectural binder available in print and electronic format. The binder includes product specifications, detailed drawings and illustrations, technical datasheets and a number of informational brochures. Lapolla products contribute to Section 2 of the specification, Division 7 “Thermal & Moisture Protection” and/or Division 9 “Finishes.” We have a number of technical experts available to attend pre-design meetings or your next design charrette. To request a copy of the Lapolla Architect Binder or to reach a member of our team, Contact Us.

Wall Insulation:

Vented Crawl Space

Unvented Attic Detail

Exterior Foundation Insulation

Brick-to-Masonry Wall Space

Ceiling Recessed Light

Typical Stud Wall 2x4

Footing to Ridge Insulation

Unvented Crawl Space

Vented Attic

Internal Drain



Lower Roof Adjoining Wall

Parapet Wall Coping

Building Expansion Joint

Electrical Box Wall Mount

Standing seam Roof

Pipe Penetration

Shingle Tie In

HVAC Equipment Platform

Standard Perimeter Flashing

Moisture Vapor Relief Vent

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