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Installing Spray Foam In Rockland Maine

Spraying Foam Near Rockland, Maine
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Installing Spray Foam near Rockland, Maine.  This job was done in February when it was at least 10 below outside. You can see the sea smoke coming off the water.  This is us waiting in line to take the ferry to Islesboro.  It was an extremely cold weather application.  We used Open Cell on this job.  Our application temp for that product is very low so we were able to spray.  We would not have been able to do this job if  we had to use our closed cell product products.  By the time we finished, the carpenters were heating the house with a small wood stove burning scrap wood.

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Spray Foam Insulation In Ellsworth, Maine

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Here is a job we did down near the Ellsworth area.  This person had a very efficiently build house on a lake.  The lake was extremely windy.  Adding the air barrier material was essential in creating a comfortable living and heating environment.  We used Icynene Classic Plus.  We catherdralized the roof deck so they could use the whole interior as living space.  We also sprayed the daylight basement.

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Installing Spray Foam Insulation in Bangor Maine

Spray Foam Insulation Bangor Maine
Installing Spray Foam Insulation In Bangor Maine
Historical Building In Bangor Maine
Spray Foam Insulation to the roof deck

 

Here is a job we did near Bangor Maine. This was one of the oldest historical commercial buildings in the state.  Needless to say there was no insulation what so ever.  This was a huge improvement on their energy consumption.  We used the new Icynene Classic Plus.  This our favorite product so far.  It has a higher R-value but still has the aggressive expansion of the open cell.

Fireproofing Services

Maine Fireproofing Services

At Quantum Insulators we also provide our customers with professional Fireproofing services.  Call us now for pricing!!

(207) 338-3077  or email us at sales@quantuminsulators.com

Fireproofing Products Include:

DC 315: Certified Approved Thermal / Ignition Barrier over  Polyurethane and Icynene LD-C-50 spray-on foams.  DC 315 passed NFPA 286 and two UL1715 Room Fire Tests  at the highest spread rate on the market. DC 315 passed five additional Ignition Barrier (AC 377, Appendix X) at an incredible 400 sq. ft. per gallon. DC 315 is the most cost effective ignition and thermal barrier option on the market, “One Coat, One Product Solution”Warnock Hersey Listed. DC 315 is a Green Product, VOC is  Less then 50 g/l. What   is truly amazing about DC 315, it applies as easy as regular  latex paint and being a water base it cleans up in a snap. RECOMMENDED USES: This product is designed for use on interior polyurethane and Icynenefoam surfaces

USED BY: Schools,  Colleges, Nursing Homes, Child Care Centers, Hospitals, Penal  Institutions,  Apartments, Hotels, Factories, Warehouses, Retail Stores, Restaurants,  Utilities, Railroad and other Transportation Companies, Oil and Chemical   Installations, Military Installations, and other facilities where fire  retardant  coatings are required.

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Installing Spray Foam Insulation in Portland Maine| Quantum Insulators

Here are just a couple pictures of a recent job that we did in Portland, Maine.  You can see how well the foam fills this fairly  complex framing structure.  This customer decided to use insulated panels on the wall and spray the roof deck with Icynene.  Please let us know if you have any special applications for foam that you would like us to discuss.  We have a large amount of pictures and there is a good chance that if it can be done then we have done it.  We are happy to answer any questions you have through this blog or by phone call.

Past Jobs Spray Foam Insulation

Quantum Insulators-Installing Icynene Spray Foam Insulation in Bangor, Maine

Here are a few pictures from a recent job we completed in Bangor.  This just a basic before and after shot of the buildings roof deck.

Before foam was installed

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Spraying Foam Insulation in Augusta, Maine

Here are a few pictures of a job that we recently finished in Augusta, Maine.  Take note on how well the foam fills the complex framing.

Once again this picture is just a good demonstration of well the foam adheres and conforms to the framing.

 

 

 

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Spraying Foam Insulation In Mount Desert, Maine

This picture shows a hybrid system with Icynene open cell in the walls and Sips panels in the Roof.  This is a great system if you are building post and beam houses or you really want to preserve the existing roof in an old building like these.

Using Sips panels makes it easier to leave beams exposed while still insulating the home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These pictures show the steep incline of the road down to the camp.  These pictures just don’t do the hill justice.  We actually had to be pushed out by an excavator!

 

These Pictures show the two cottages that were sprayed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is an interior shot of the first cottage.  Once again it shows how you can use a hybrid system with Sips panels and Spray Foam Insulation.
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Closed Cell and Open Cell Hybrid in Belfast, Maine

On this job we decided to do a hybrid system.  We sprayed our open cell foam to the attic floor.  Then we sprayed the walls with closed cell.  We did this because this is a metal building.  The closed cell offers the rigidity and low vapor permeable material needed for metal buildings.  However we were able to spray open cell to the attic floor which provided our customer with decent savings on the project because our open cell is less expensive.

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Open Cell being installed in attic floor
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Closed Cell in the walls
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Spraying insulation on Islesboro, Maine

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This is a large Retro-Fit that we did on Islesboro, Maine.  We sprayed the attic and sealed all of the mechanicals into the heated space.  This should cut their heating bills drastically.

Views of Penobscot Bay
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