For business owners and builders, energy efficiency is probably a top priority. Business owners want to decrease their overhead and builders need to meet the demands of homeowners who want to save money. Insulation is an easy way to increase the energy efficiency of your commercial building, office tenant improvement project, grocery store, office building, etc.
If you’re looking for commercial insulation contractors in Chicago, ThermaSeal / Lakeside Insulation has you covered. We can install spray foam insulation, which is a great solution for increasing overall energy efficiency.
Spray foam insulation sort of resembles wet paint – it is applied in liquid form and dries within seconds, expanding into thick foam that fills the designated space and produces an extremely tight seal. Because of this, spray foam insulation is typically installed in the tiny gaps, cracks, and crevices behind your walls, around piping and ductwork, etc.
In addition to helping lower your energy bills, spray foam insulation:
With spray foam insulation, it’s easy to increase the energy efficiency of your building and stay as comfortable as possible, no matter what time of year it is.
ThermaSeal / Lakeside Insulation can help you save money with the right amount of insulation – and we’ll tell you whether spray foam insulation is right for you or another type of insulation would be more suitable for your commercial project. Every project will be slightly different – insulation installation depends on the age of the building, where in the building insulation is needed, the type of HVAC system you have, etc. No matter the insulation job, we’ll complete it in a timely, safe, and professional manner.
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