LEED Insulation Rehabs South Florida School with Spray Polyurethane Foam

SprayFoam.com was on the job site to cover the project.
By Ryan Spencer

BOCA RATON, FL–July 2, 2012

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is often implemented in a situation where blown-in insulation or batting has become compromised. When an aging school facility in Boca Raton, Florida sought to address its own insulation woes with SPF, SprayFoam.com was there to cover the project.

The 27-year-old building in question was part of Spanish River Christian School. Due to its age, the building had exhibited several problems with its HVAC system and building envelope. Most issues stemmed from the building’s chilled water A/C units, which had begun to break down and produce condensation that had collected in the original fiberglass insulation. Over-saturated insulation presented a potential hazard to the building’s acoustic ceiling, as the weight of inundated batting can collapse ceiling tiles. The school, which is operated by Spanish River Church, was proactive about renovating the building…

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