Install or Replace Insulation in Your SC Home
Everyone knows insulation is indispensable for the ceilings, walls, attics and floors of our South Carolina homes. It helps to protect us from excessive cold and heat, noisy traffic, and even fortifies the rigidity of our homes.
These days, there are many choices for insulation other than traditional fiberglass. Why not modernize your home with spray foam and provide it with better quality insulation? Sea Island Residential is the best choice in the Lowcountry for spray foam insulation!
Our Service Area
Our service area includes all of our coastal parts of Charleston, including Seabrook, Kiawah, Johns Island, Mount Pleasant, Sullivans Island, Daniel Island, and Isle of Palms, as well as our inland areas, including North Charleston, Summerville, and Orangeburg.
We also install spray foam insulation in Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, as well as Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Savannah. Be sure to read reviews from our many satisfied customers!
We Choose Profoam for Superior Performance
At Sea Island Residential, we recommend Profoam, a leader in spray foam insulation products for over 20 years. This brand offers a full line of spray products that can reduce heating and cooling loss by as much as 40%!
Because it is a sprayed-in-place polyurethane foam, Profoam provides an airtight seal around framing, ducts, wall outlets, windows, and other leak sources. Various applications include attics, walls, crawl spaces, low slope roofing, and more.
Top 5 Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam insulation reduces energy bills, eliminates drafts, and can help you live in a more energy-efficient, comfortable, and healthier home. This modern and superior insulation product has become a new standard for obvious reasons. It offers up to twice as much R-value per inch than traditional forms of insulation, along with its soundproofing and strength benefits!
Get ready to experience the benefits of improved insulation in your South Carolina home:
- Stop moisture and air leakage
- Keep dust, pollen, and other harmful airborne pollutants out
- Save on energy consumption and utility bills
- Reduce noise infiltration
- Eliminate drafts
Consult Our Experts: Open-Cell vs. Closed-Cell Insulation
Spray foam comes in two types: open-cell foam or denser closed-cell foam. When choosing spray foam, call us to do the job – don’t have regrets of trying to do it yourself.
We’ll go over the process step by step: Call us or start your free quote online today!