Products & Services

Georgia Foam Solutions offers the most advanced money-saving insulation products and services on the market for residential and commercial projects today.

Product Comparison Chart

 

 

Insulation Type
R-Value
Per Inch
Air Barrier
Structural Stability
Moisture Barrier
2.0 lb. Closed Cell
Spray Foam @ 2″
6.62
Yes
Yes
Yes
.5 lb. Open Cell
(Soft Foam) @ 2″
3.8
Yes
No
No
1.0 lb. Open Cell
(Soft Foam) @ 2
5.0
Yes
No
No
Wall Spray
Cellulose @ 4″
3.8
No
No
No
Dense Pak
Cellulose @ 4″
3.8
No
No
No
Blown Cellulose
@ 3.5″
3.7
No
No
No
Cotton
3.2
No
No
No
Fiberglass
3.2
No
No
No

 

 

 


GA Foam Sealing Package

At Georgia Foam Solutions we take pride in our work.  To this end we utilize the GA Foam sealing package to ensure that the job you receive does what we say it will because in all honesty, the job is only as good as the technicians who are putting it in.  When we come to your home or business we do not just show up and begin spraying our products. At Georgia Foam Solutions, we do the following:

First, we will review the building structure to identify air infiltration points and to prep for access those areas typically not reachable (an example of this can sometimes be found where two walls meet.  On occasion, builders will leave a void in the corner that can allow air to transit from the outside directly to the inside, bypassing the insulation in the wall cavities).

We will also begin prepping for our primary spraying by sealing all cracks and joints around windows, doors, and sill plates with low expansion foam and caulk;
We will prep all windows, doors or other valuable items by covering them with plastic and tape to ensure that they are not damaged by overspray;
When the installation is complete, we will remove all debris as well as plastic and tape from windows, doors and valuables leaving the site cleaner than when we arrived.

Polyurethane Spray Foam

What is Spray Foam Insulation?

Georgia Foam Solutions uses the latest in polyurethane spray foam products. The polyurethane is a spray-applied insulating foam plastic that is installed as a liquid and then expands to many times its original size.  At Georgia Foam Solutions we offer both Closed-Cell and Open-Cell Polyurethane Spray Foams with which to insulate your home.

Closed-Cell Polyurethane Spray Foam

Closed-Cell Polyurethane Foam insulation is highly dense and when sprayed expands up to 30 times its original size producing an R-value per inch of 6.62.  In Closed-Cell spray foam, Cells or bubbles in the foam are compacted together, are not broken and each is filled with an inert gas selected to make the insulation value of the foam as high as possible.  An example of Closed-Cell foam insulation that we benefit from every day would be the insulation found in your refrigerator and freezer. closed cell

The advantages of Closed-Cell foam include its strength, higher R-value, and greater resistance to the leakage of air or water vapor making it ideal for windy, damp and water prone locations, such as coastal areas, below grade, crawlspaces, or for the whole house. For many of our clients, Closed-Cell foam is the product of choice.  While more expensive than Open-Cell foam because of its density, at 1 inch thickness Closed-Cell foam develops the all important air barrier and at 2” a vapor barrier.

Recommended Product Applications

Walls
Floors
Unvented Crawl Spaces
Concrete Slabs
Cold Storage
Unvented Attics
Vented Attics
Vented Crawl Spaces
Ducts
Freezers
Ceilings
Piping
Foundations
Tanks
Coolers

Advantages

Seamless Protective Building Envelope
Moisture and Vapor Barrier
Eliminate Air Infiltration
Excellent Adhesion
Highest R Value
Energy Savings
Avoids Thermal Bridging
Meets UL Class 1 Requirements
Provides a Continuous Air Barrier
Reduce/Eliminate Convection Currents within Walls

Open-Cell Polyurethane Spray Foam

closed cell Open-Cell Polyurethane Spray Foam is soft – like a foam cushion in a pillow and is an excellent air and sound insulator. Unlike Closed-Cell foam, Open-Cell foam is less dense, with each Cell in the foam being broken, thus allowing air to fill all of the spaces in the material. Upon spraying Open-Cell foam expands up to 150 times its original size, thereby filling all nooks and crannies in the wall cavity. When spraying is complete, the excess foam is shaved off the studs, leaving a flat surface over which dry wall or other material can be applied. With an R-value of either 3.8 for the .5lb foam or 5.0 for the 1.0 lb foam, you receive and air barrier at 5″ inches of thickness.

Uses for Open-Cell include spraying directly to all walls of a house, and as sound proofing for media rooms.  Open-Cell foam may also be direct sprayed to roof decks.

Recommended Product Application

Walls
Floors
Unvented Crawl Spaces
Unvented Attics
Vented Attics
Vented Crawl Spaces
Ceilings

Advantages

Seamless Protective Building Envelope
Eliminate Air Infiltration
Excellent Adhesion
Energy Savings
Avoids Thermal Bridging
Meets UL Class 1 Fire Requirements
Provides a Continuous Air Barrier
Reduce/Eliminate Convection Currents within Walls

Cellulose Wall Spray

Georgia Foam Solutions can install the latest in Cellulose Wall Spray insulation in your new home’s walls. Cellulose Wall Spray is comprised of standard blown-in Cellulose and a small amount of water. When mixed during the spraying process the Cellulose Wall Spray becomes sticky allowing it to fill wall voids completely in a way almost like spray Polyurethane foam but at a cheaper cost than foam insulation. At an R-value of 3.8 per inch @ 3.5″ when applied in your walls, Cellulose Wall Spray insulation is an economic way to reduce your homes heating and cooling loss. Studies of actual buildings regularly show that Cellulose-insulated homes may use 20% to 40% less energy than buildings with fiberglass, even if the R-value of the insulation in the walls and ceilings is identical. One reason for this is the capacity of Cellulose Wall Spray to reduce air infiltration and heat-zapping convective air currents within your walls, which are inherent with most fiberglass insulation.
cellulose

For our Cellulose Wall Spray applications, Georgia Foam Solutions uses the latest in Cellulose from Cell Pak. Cell Pak’s Advantage product is a high quality cellulosic insulation used in new construction or retrofit markets. Advantage is designed to be blown with moisture added into for wall insulation. Advantage contains a combination of boric acid and ammonium sulfate as the fire retardant and passes both critical radiant flux and smoldering combustion tests. Advantage meets the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), 16CFR1209, 1404 and ASTM C739. Advantage is a Class 1 or Class A building material based on tests according to ASTM E84.


Dense-Pak Cellulose

cellulose
Georgia Foam Solutions uses the term “Dense-Pack” to refer to when we install Cellulose at densities approaching 4.0 lbs./ft3. Depending on the installation approach used, typical Cellulose has a density of between 1.5 lbs./ft3. and 3.0 lbs./ft3. Dense-Pack Cellulose insulation is used in the retrofit market where it is installed by removing pieces of siding or roofing from poorly insulated or older homes. Holes are strategically drilled horizontally across the structural surface of the home so that the holes are centered in each framing cavity. Insulation is then blown via a hose into the holes filling the cavity.

Georgia Foam Solutions uses the latest in Cellulose from Cell Pak for our Dense-Pack jobs. Cell Pak’s Advantage product is a high quality cellulosic insulation used in new construction or retrofit markets. Advantage is designed to be blown dry into structural cavities. Advantage contains a combination of boric acid and ammonium sulfate as the fire retardant and passes both critical radiant flux and smoldering combustion tests. Advantage meets the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), 16CFR1209, 1404 and ASTM C739. Advantage is a Class 1 or Class A building material based on tests according to ASTM E84.


Blown-In Cellulose

Georgia Foam Solutions can install the latest in Blown-In Cellulose insulation in your existing or new home. At an R-value of 3.7 per inch @ 4″, Blown-In Cellulose insulation is an economic way to reduce your heating and cooling loss in your attic. Studies of actual buildings regularly show that Cellulose-insulated homes may use 20% to 40% less energy than buildings with fiberglass, even if the R-value of the insulation in your attic is identical. One reason for this is the capacity of Blown-In Cellulose to reduce air infiltration and heat-zapping convective air currents within your attic, which are inherent with most fiberglass insulation.
cellulose

Georgia Foam Solutions uses the latest in blown-in Cellulose from Cell Pak. Cell Pak’s Advantage product is a high quality cellulosic insulation used in new construction or retrofit markets. Advantage is designed to be blown dry into attics. Advantage contains a combination of boric acid and ammonium sulfate as the fire retardant and passes both critical radiant flux and smoldering combustion tests. Advantage meets the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), 16CFR1209, 1404 and ASTM C739. Advantage is a Class 1 or Class A building material based on tests according to ASTM E84.


Fiberglass – Blown-in, Batts and Rolls

fiberglass Georgia Foam Solutions can install the latest in Faced, Non-Faced, and blown Formaldehyde free Fiberglass from Johns Manville.These products can be supplied in various densities, widths and lengths to fit your particular home insulation applications.  Fiberglass products may also be used in conjunction with the closed-cell polyurethane spray foam to produce a reduced cost air barrier while still meeting local R-value code requirements for walls and ceilings.

Cotton Fiber Batts

Georgia Foam Solutions carries the latest in recycled Cotton Fiber insulation from Bonded Logic. Bonded Logic’s UltraTouch insulation is made from high quality natural fibers. These fibers contain inherent qualities that provide for extremely effective sound absorption and maximum thermal performance. UltraTouch contains no chemical irritants and requires no warning labels compared to other traditional products. There are no VOC concerns when using UltraTouch, as it is safe for you and the environment.UltraTouch is also a Class-A Building Product and meets the highest ASTM testing standards for fire and smoke ratings, fungi resistance and corrosiveness.

UltraTouch contains 85% post-industrial recycled natural fibers making it an ideal choice for anyone looking to use a high quality sustainable building material.

cotton-batts

Energy Audits

A Georgia Foam Solutions Energy Audit is the first step in tracking your home’s energy use.  We perform audits in existing homes as well as for clients who would like it conducted as part of a home inspection prior to making that all important purchase.  Each audit is performed by the use of the latest in blower door testing and thermal imaging technology to identify where insulation and moisture issues exist within the building structure.  GA Foam Solutions will guide you through the process during the audit, pointing out your homes deficiencies.  Following the audit we will provide you with a clear path for you to follow to increase your homes energy efficiency. Correcting the deficiencies that we identify could lower your energy costs, increase the comfort in your home, and reduce your carbon footprint in the environment.

Blower Door Test

The standard blower door test is a depressurization test and is done by placing a high speed fan unit in the frame of an exterior door and sucking the air out of the house so as to create a negative pressure in the building. From the air passing through the fan, our BPI inspectors are able to calculate the number of times per hour all the air in your house is changed out, thus allowing us to quantify your homes air leakage. blower door test

Thermal Imaging

thermal imaging Thermal Imaging uses the latest in Infrared camera technology to pinpoint energy loss locations non-invasively so you can instantly see where your problems lie. Thermal imaging inspections are used as part of Georgia Foam Solutions Energy Audit or can be purchased separately.  If you are looking at moving into a new home, our infrared inspection is a valuable tool in the home inspection process. We can see hidden problems your new home may have such as poorly insulated walls, unsealed windows, and water damage, giving you the knowledge you need to make a wise investment.

We invite you to accompany us as we inspect your home, and we welcome any questions you may have regarding the inspection and images we obtain.

Georgia Foam Solutions offers two Audit Packages to homeowners located within 30 miles of Albany, Georgia.

Audit Package #1

  • Full visual inspection of the interior and exterior of your home
  • Measuring of existing insulation levels
  • Infrared camera thermographic inspection
  • Full report detailing audit findings and improvement plan

$49

Audit Package #2

  • Full visual inspection of the interior and exterior of your home
  • Measuring of existing insulation levels
  • Infrared camera thermographic inspection
  • Blower door testing to determine air tightness of the building shell
  • Full report detailing audit findings and improvement plan

$249


Consulting Services

For a one-time charge of $69.00 to your Master Card or Visa, a Georgia Foam Solutions insulation expert will schedule and conduct up to a one hour telephone Consult with you to discuss your insulation needs, propose insulation solutions, and address your insulation questions.  If you have already received insulation proposals, you can email the proposals to us along with your contact information at gafoamsolutions@yahoo.com and we will be happy to evaluate each contractor’s technical approach, cost realism relative to the approach, propose possible alternative approaches for you to pursue with the contractors, and assist you in arriving at an educated and cost effective decision that will best meet your needs.  Over the years Georgia Foam Solutions has helped literally hundreds of customers save anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars in new construction costs, remodeling costs, and insulation upgrades by helping them make better insulating decisions.

To arrange a telephone Consult please contact us via email at gafoamsolutions@yahoo.com and provide you’re contact information (email, home phone, cell phone, and best time to reach you) or call us toll free at 888-420-8883.  We will contact you within 24 hours to schedule the telephone consult.

Georgia Foam Solutions’ Consulting Services are only offered to home owners and home builders located outside of the company’s service area. Call today.


Polyurea Coating Systems

Georgia Foam Solutions can install the latest in spray-applied Polyurea elastomers to meet your company’s commercial needs. Polyurea is a truly remarkable coatings, linings and joint sealant technology that is really only limited by the imagination of the user. It is a flexible and resilient yet extremely tough plastic-like elastomer finish that is hard to beat for surface protection, whether in cold storage environments at -20 degrees or as a secondary containment liner. Polyurea coatings and linings can be applied to virtually anything. Many uses include application over concrete and steel for corrosion protection and abrasion resistance. They also have tremendous advantages over conventional materials due to their quick application time, fast set nature, and high elongation and durability/abrasion characteristics.

The types of clients who benefit from Polyurea coating systems include those with sanitary areas, such as food processing facilities, pharmaceutical plants, restaurants, grocery stores, and cold storage warehouses. 100% solid Polyurea systems also provide nearly indestructible traffic coatings that can handle forklifts, autos, and other extreme traffic, providing excellent aesthetics, durability, protection and safety.

Recommended Product Application

Refrigeration Units
Roof Coating
Truck Bed Liners
Flooring and Parking Decks
Pipe Coatings & Linings
Water Parks & Playgrounds
Railcar Lining & Track Containment
Tank Coatings & Linings
Marine
Bridge Coating
Joint Fill/Caulk
Waste Water Treatment Linings
Line Striping
Spray Molding
Manhole & Sewer Linings
Vented Crawl Spaces
Theme Parks
Decorative Design coating Aquarium Lining
Landscape & Water Containment
Automotive Fascia OEM Molded Parts
Fuel Storage & Containment

Advantages

No VOC’s and Little to No Odor
Some Systems are USDA and Potable Approved
Weather Tolerant: Cures at -25ºF to >300ºF even in High Humidity
Excellent Resistance to Thermal Shock
Flexible: Bridges Cracks
Waterproof, Seamless and Resilient
Unlimited Mil Thickness in One Application
Spray, Hand Mix and Caulk Grade Materials
Excellent Bond Strengths to Properly Prepared Substrates
Resistant to Various Solvents, Caustics and Mild Acids
Low Permeability, Excellent Sustainability

Cool-It Trailers

Georgia Foam Solutions can construct a custom made Cool-It Trailer to meet your commercial or personal temporary, permanent or emergency refrigeration needs.Our trailers are constructed using heavy duty materials and meet USDA insulation standards by using 3” closed-cell polyurethane foam in the floors, walls and ceilings followed by a super tough coating of Polyurea elastomer to allow for easy clean-up of all internal surfaces. blower door test

Cool-It trailers are great for florist, food, beverage, special events organizations, emergency response organizations, deer processors, mobile food vendors, and anyone needing a portable temperature controlled storage unit.

Cool-It Trailers are available in various sizes and come in cooler, freezer or cooler/freezer configurations. Call us today at (888) 420-8883 for a free estimate.

Recommended Product Application

Floral Deliveries/Stands
Seafood Transport & Delivery
Hotels
Restaurants
General Cold Storage
Vendors
Food Service Deliveries
Produce Stands
Catered Events
Weddings
Bakery Goods
School Functions
Farmer’s Markets
Carnivals & Country Fairs
Church & Company Picnics
Amusement Parks
Beverage Delivery & Chilling
Special Events Service Providers

GA Foam Solutions is one of the few Georgia insulation contractors to service the entire state of Georgia and that also offer residential and commercial spray foam services. GA Foam Solutions offers services that cover your attic insulation, wall insulation, fiberglass insulation, polyurethane insulation, and spray insulation needs.