Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation on Florida’s Treasure Coast

During the hot, humid days of a Florida summer, residents believe they are counting on their air conditioners to keep them cool, not their insulation. But one doesn’t work nearly as well without the other. Home insulation is an important piece to keeping a home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. There are various types of insulation used in homes across the country, but one of the most effective for Florida homes is spray foam insulation.

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What is Spray Foam Insulation?

Homes lose heat in the winter and cool air in the summer as air escapes through gaps in a variety of places including the attic, windows, roof, and walls. To stay comfortable throughout the year, a home needs insulation to fill in those gaps. Spray foam insulation does just that. It is sprayed as a liquid and quickly expands to fill a space, creating an air barrier and insulator all in one step. It sticks to everything it is applied to, making it ideal for small and hard-to-reach places.

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Benefits of Spray Foam

There are many benefits to using spray foam insulation in your home:

Energy and Cost Savings

Spray foam can reduce your cooling and heating bills by giving your HVAC system a rest. Conditioned air is prevented from leaving your home, which allows your HVAC system to run less frequently.

Noise Reduction

Spray foam seals the cracks that noise travels through, minimizing sounds from between rooms and outside.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Spray foam seals penetration points, preventing pollen and other allergens from entering your home.


Spray foam does not shrink, sag, or settle and sticks to most materials including masonry, cement, metal studs, wood studs, and rooflines.

Controls Moisture

Spray foam does not absorb moisture and prevents mold and water damage, especially during the rainy season.

Quick and Easy Install

Spray foam is a two-in-one product, air sealing and insulating as it expands.

Types of Spray Foam Insulation

The two main types of spray foam are open cell and closed cell.

Spray Foam Installer, installing spray foam

Open Cell Spray Foam

  • Less dense than closed cell spray foam
  • Softer and more flexible
  • Dampens sounds, vapor permeable, eliminates air infiltration
  • Lower R-value (insulating power of insulation)
  • Expands to 100-120 times its size
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Closed Cell Spray Foam

  • More dense than open cell spray foam
  • More rigid and heavier
  • Higher R-value
  • Expands up to 33 times its size
  • Helps protect against air, thermal, water, and vapor

A Name You Can Trust

At Leed Insulation, we have been creating more energy efficient homes across the East Coast of Florida for over 30 years. We work with only the best products to provide our customers with the highest quality, most affordable home insulation. We trust the quality and integrity of Nexseal closed cell foam, SucraSeal open cell foam, and the products from Huntsman Building Solutions for our insulation projects. It is our goal to make the installation of home insulation stress-free and create a comfortable environment for you and your whole family year-round. Our team of insulation experts is ready to answer your spray foam insulation questions and provide you with a five-star insulation experience.

SucraSeal Foam

A house fire is every homeowner’s worst nightmare. And if a fire does break out, nothing is more important than the safety of your family. We agree, which is why we install SucraSeal spray foam, one of the safest spray foam products available. Conventional spray foam requires an ignition barrier to minimize smoke and flame during a fire, but SucraSeal spray foam is different. Engineered with a proprietary formulation to retard flame and smoke, it not only eliminates the need for an ignition barrier, but it minimizes smoke during a fire, giving your family precious extra time to get to a safe place. Trust SucraSeal spray foam for added fire safety and peace of mind.