Commercial Insulation in North Carolina

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Our Commercial Insulation Services

Regardless of your commercial building’s use, proper insulation ensures you meet the minimum energy efficiency requirements, maintain a comfortable indoor climate, and keep you profitable. At All American Spray Foam, we specialize in open-cell and closed-cell spray foam for commercial buildings and can help with any insulation needs.

Whether you’re looking for new or retrofit insulation, we’ve got you covered! Call us today or complete our online form to schedule a consultation with our North Carolina commercial insulation experts and learn more about our services.

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Why Consider Commercial Insulation in North Carolina?

Besides meeting building codes, commercial insulation in North Carolina has multiple benefits, making it a must-have. Below are some of the reasons why insulating your building is important.

Insulation is an essential part of sustainable building design. It can reduce the carbon footprint of a building by reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. By investing in energy-efficient insulation like spray foam, businesses can reduce their environmental impact and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Insulated buildings require less energy to maintain a constant indoor temperature, which can significantly reduce energy bills. The insulation acts as a barrier, preventing heat from escaping in the winter and entering in the summer. As a result, businesses can save money on their utility bills.

Commercial insulation for North Carolina buildings reduces the reliance on the HVAC system due to reduced building energy needs. That allows commercial building owners to downsize their HVAC and save significantly on energy bills.

Insulation can also help improve the indoor air quality of a commercial building. It can prevent drafts and air leaks, reducing the outdoor pollutants entering the building. That’s especially important for buildings in dusty locations as insulation can prevent particles from entering the building through gaps.

Insulation can also help maintain a comfortable indoor environment for building occupants. Insulated buildings are less affected by temperature fluctuations, which means they remain cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. That boosts productivity, as employees are more comfortable and able to focus on their work.

Quite workspaces are crucial to productivity, making acoustic solutions for commercial buildings used as offices, hotels, and restaurants vital. Open-cell spray foam has sound-dampening properties that can help make commercial buildings quieter spaces. The best part is that insulation can achieve this at a fraction of what other solutions cost.

North Carolina Commercial Insulation Options

All American Spray Foam specializes in open-cell and closed-cell spray foam insulation, and the choice depends on the specific insulation needs of a business owner. Each has unique properties and serves specific purposes in commercial buildings in NC.

Open-cell Spray Foam Insulation

Open-cell spray foam is a low-density foam that expands after application. It is a good choice for commercial buildings because it can fill small gaps and cracks, providing a complete air barrier. Here are some applications of open-cell spray foam in commercial buildings:

  • Insulation for interior walls and ceilings

  • Soundproofing for walls and ceilings

  • Insulation for HVAC ductwork

  • Insulation for flat roofs’ underside

Closed-cell Spray Foam Insulation

Closed-cell spray foam is a high-density foam that is denser and more rigid than open-cell foam. It provides a stronger air and moisture barrier and has a higher R-value, a measure of insulation effectiveness. Here are some applications of closed-cell spray foam in commercial buildings:

  • Insulation for exterior walls and roofs

  • Insulation for floors and foundation walls

  • Insulation for metal buildings and shipping containers

  • Air barrier for buildings in high-wind areas

In addition to these applications, both types of spray foam can be used to retrofit existing buildings and for new construction. Ultimately, these types of spray foam help commercial building owners in North Carolina reduce energy costs and improve indoor air quality.

Our North Carolina Commercial Insulation Installation Process

Our insulation installation process for commercial buildings involves several steps to ensure correct and effective insulation installation. Here is an overview of the process:

The first step is to assess the building and the areas that require air sealing and insulation. Our North Carolina commercial insulation experts will determine the ideal thickness of spray foam based on the building’s construction, the area’s climate, and other factors. For new construction, our insulation experts will work with the construction contractor to establish the best way to install insulation.

After prepping the insulation site, our North Carolina commercial insulation installers begin the installation process. They use specialized equipment to apply the insulation material in the appropriate thickness and stickiness.

Our insulation experts understand that mixing the components of spray foam in the right proportions is key to achieving the right stickiness, which affects density and time for curing. Getting the thickness right when spraying is crucial to ensuring the required R-value once the spray foam expands.

What follows is prepping the areas needing insulation for installation. That could involve removing any old insulation, debris, and dust that could reduce the efficacy of insulation. Our insulation applicators also cover delicate surfaces and furniture to protect them from overspray or other potential damage.


Once the installation and finishing are complete, our insulation applicators perform a final inspection to ensure the insulation is installed correctly and effectively. They will check for gaps, cracks, or other potential heat loss or air leakage areas. They use specialized equipment to test the insulation’s thermal resistance and the building’s airtightness.

Once the spray foam has hardened and cured completely, our insulation professionals perform the finishing touches to ensure a seamless and effective insulation barrier. That could involve trimming excess insulation or smoothing out rough spots.

Finally, our insulation experts clean up the work area by removing any debris, containers, and equipment used during the process. They also ensure the proper disposal of excess insulation and containers in line with the local disposal regulations.

Are You Considering Commercial Insulation in North Carolina?

All American Spray Foam, LLC makescommercial insulation replacement easy for homeowners and businesses in North Carolina and surrounding areas. If your insulation no longer provides the protection your property deserves, then call our experts today to discuss your project needs and receive a free estimate.

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