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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This Job proved to be very interesting because the owner of the building had a 50 sail boat directly in the middle of the spray area!! We used our construction experience and general know-how to create a safe, well covered, and practical solution. We don’t like to take chances. Especially with a high valued items like this sail boat.
On this job we cathedralized the building envelope by spraying our open cell foam directly the the roof deck. This helps to expand the living space and reduce wasted space.
As part of creating a totally sealed building envelope, we suggest using canned spray foam around all of the windows and doors. We suggest a few different kinds in our DIY section if you feel like doing it your self.
This picture shows the process of insulating an underground heat run with closed cell spray foam insulation. On a similar project we sprayed a trench that was 300 feet long. The degree change from one end of the heat run to the other was under one degree!