Spray Polyurethane Foam, or SPF, is a high-performance insulation material commonly used in homes and buildings
throughout Utah. SPF is particularly known for its ability to help improve the health, comfort, and energy efficiency of a home.

Use of the material can dramatically reduce the energy costs associated with heating and cooling, while helping to keep the home interior comfortable year-round, even as the seasons change.

SPF has been used as insulation in homes and buildings for decades. As a homeowners, you may have questions about the material and how well it works. At Eco Elements, we pride ourselves on being a resource to help you better understand the benefits of spray foam and what it can do for your home.

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Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

  • Cuts your heating & cooling bills immediately
  • Saves wear and tear on your heating & cooling equipment
  • Helps eliminate Hot and Cold spots in your home
  • Creates a more comfortable indoor living area
  • Helps preserve the environment
  • Potentially increases the value of your home
  • Become less dependent on foreign energy
  • Improves overall comfort in your home
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SPF acts as a single-material solution for thermal, air, vapor and water vapor transmission through the home’s building envelope, or enclosure. Think of the enclosure of the home as what a set of clothing is for the human body on a windy, damp winter day. A sweater (fibrous insulation) provides insulation (R-value) to retain body heat – but it does not stop wind (air movement) or control moisture. You would need a thin waterproof windbreaker (air barrier and vapor retarder) to block the wind as opposed to just wearing a sweater. SPF insulation is the only insulation inside stud walls that can provide R-value, air barrier and vapor barrier in a single product.

As a thermal insulator, SPF is one of the highest performing insulations available. Spray applied by professional installers, the material forms in-place. It fully adheres and initially expands to eliminate cracks and gaps that leak air or water vapor. It may also be applied in a continuous layer, eliminating most thermal bridges caused by framing. These thermal and air-sealing qualities of spray foam are what directly result in lower home energy bills. Closed-cell SPF, a denser and more rigid version of the material, also provides structural enhancement and can qualify as both a water vapor retarder, a water-resistant insulation and secondary water barrier. It may be applied on the interior of walls, as well as along exterior walls as continuous insulation – above or below grade.

Stops Unwanted Heat Transfer

Our spray foam insulation helps stop unwanted heat transfer, helping Utah homeowners keep a more balanced indoor living environment.

Saves Energy

Adding spray foam insulation is a cost effective way to improve the insulation in your home and can help save money year-round.

Improves Home Comfort

Soon after installing spray foam insulation, you’ll recognize an immediate difference in the comfort levels of your home – stay cool in the summer, and warm in the winter.

Utah Service Areas

Davis County

  • Bountiful
  • Centerville
  • Clearfield
  • Clinton
  • Farmington
  • Fruit Heights
  • Kaysville
  • Layton
  • North Salt Lake
  • South Weber
  • Sunset
  • Syracuse
  • West Bountiful
  • West Point
  • Woods Cross

Salt Lake County

  • Alta
  • Bluffdale
  • Brighton
  • Cottonwood Heights
  • Copperton
  • Draper
  • Emigration
  • Herriman
  • Holladay
  • Kearns
  • Magna
  • Midvale
  • Millcreek
  • Murray
  • Riverton
  • Sandy
  • Salt Lake City
  • South Jordan
  • South Salt Lake
  • Taylorsville
  • West Jordan
  • West Valley City
  • White City

Utah County

  • Alpine City
  • American Fork City
  • Cedar Fort Town
  • Cedar Hills City
  • Draper City
  • Eagle Mountain City
  • Elk Ridge City
  • Fairfield Town
  • Genola City
  • Goshen
  • Highland City
  • Lehi City
  • Lindon City
  • Mapleton City
  • Orem City
  • Payson City
  • Pleasant Grove City
  • Provo City
  • Salem City
  • Santaquin City
  • Saratoga Springs City
  • Spanish Fork City
  • Springville City
  • Vineyard Town
  • Woodland Hills City

Weber County

  • Farr West
  • Harrisville
  • Huntsville
  • Hooper
  • Marriott-Slaterville
  • North Ogden
  • Ogden
  • Plain City
  • Pleasant View
  • Riverdale
  • Roy
  • South Ogden
  • Uintah
  • Washington Terrace
  • West Haven

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Eco Elements is an insulation contractor in Utah. For more information, on our products and services, or to schedule a free home energy inspection, please contact us.