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Brazos Valley Spray Foam

PO Box 9817
College Station, TX 77842

(979) 587-1606

At Brazos Valley Spray Foam, we pride ourselves on keeping up to date with the latest information concerning the benefits of using spray foam insulation in your home.  If you have any questions or concerns about using one of our products in your home, feel free to give us a call.  We have resource materials available to us that will back our product and show in plain language what we are installing.  Not everybody can be an expert in the insulation industry.  That is why when we come meet with you to discuss your project, we are happy to answer any questions you might have, and maybe tell you a few things you didn't know.


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Sprayed polyurethane foam is a modern insulating solution designed to replace the more traditional fiberglass insulation in both walls and ceilings. It’s safe, economical, and reduces your homes energy consumption. There is not a better insulation on the market today.

Benefits include:


  • Stops air and moisture leakage

  • Makes your home more comfortable

  • Reduction in energy cost

  • Will not sag or mildew

  • Acts as a sound barrier

  • Reduces the size requirements on your HVAC system



By stopping the airflow, the conditioned air in your home has no place to escape to the outside. This is where traditional insulators fail, and why your electric bills soar during extreme weather conditions.


In addition to stopping the air exchange from outside to inside, spray foam also stops the thermal drafts taking place inside your walls. In fiberglass insulated walls, warm air rises then cools. The cooler air sinks back down to the bottom of your walls carrying moisture with it. Over a long period of time the insulation can become saturated, which can lead to lower insulation performance as well as rotting lumber and mold within your walls. Spray foam eliminates this air circulation, thereby eliminating the rotting, mold, and moisture problems!



Insulation is graded by its R-value. This is a numerical representation on how well a certain insulation performs. The higher the “R-value” the better the insulation. The downfall to R-value ratings is the fact that they do not take air movement and moisture into account. Insulation R-values are tested in environments with low moisture and zero air movement, a condition that never exist in real life. This results in insulation like fiberglass and cellulose getting a high value on paper. However, in a real world setting these types of loose fill insulation allow air exchange from outside to inside, resulting in poor insulating performance.  Because spray foam completely seals the home and prevents air and moisture movement, the true insulating value of spray foam is much greater than it's recorded R-value. Below is an article that addresses this subject in greater depth:

The "R-value" Fairy Tale


BRAZOS VALLEY SPRAY FOAM is a BBB Accredited Insulation Contractor in College Station, TX