Insulating The Attic, Second Floor, And Basement Of A Cape Cod Style Home - Olivebridge, NY
This homeowner was referred to us by a local mold remediation contractor. The original reason that they reached out to us is that their crawl space and basement were extremely wet. Because of this serious mold formed.
Due to the excess amount of water, the structural integrity of their home was in complete disarray. Because of how forgone their home was the best option was to knock the home down and start from scratch.
Once they had knocked their existing home down and rebuilt a new cape cod style home, they contacted Foamco to insulate their attic, second floor and basement. To ensure that this home was up to code, we sprayed seven inches of closed-cell spray foam in the exposed slopes of the main attic. Once completed, we moved onto the main beam of the attic. Here we sprayed three inches of closed-cell spray foam on average to seal the thermal envelope of the home.
Once the attic was complete we turned our attention to the second floor. Here we sprayed three inches of closed-cell spray foam in two exterior walls of the two gable walls, as well as the exterior walls of four dormers. Finally, before calling this project complete we sprayed three inches of closed-cell in the basement. Specifically in the rim joists.
Since completing this project the homeowners have noticed a tremendous decrease in their energy costs as well the comfort level of their home. Since insulating their home they have barely had to turn on the heat during this extremely cold fall that we have been having in upstate New York.
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Job Stories From Ulster County, NY
An Insulation Upgrade in New Paltz, NY,
Joel K. wanted to modernize the feel of his home -- a beautiful construction from 1852. Though the home was still fully functional, it was losing heat in the winter and leaking cool air in the summer, and Joel wanted to do something that would amend this permanently. Dave Vasseur, one of our foam insulation experts, was able to meet with him and discuss the various options for the home, and Foamco Inc. was able to solve the home's insulation issues once and for all.
While the roof was being replaced, our Foamco crew was able to remove old fiberglass and cellulose insulation from the walls and attic of the structure before spraying them both with our own solution. We sprayed 9.25 inches of R-38 open cell foam in the attic ceiling, 5.5 inches of R-20 injection foam in the exterior walls (through sheetrocked slopes), and 3.5 inches of R-14 open cell foam in the structure's rim joists.
Crawlspace Insulation Upgrade in Rosendale, NY
Rachaele R. on Webster Lock Road in Rosendale, NY had a nasty crawlspace in need of an insulation upgrade. The batt insulation she had was wearing away and failing to do its job. She met with Jay Storti, one of our longtime experts, and together they were able to decide on a plan of action. Rachaele's crawlspace needed revision, and within a month FOAMCO was able to not only remove the old insulation from the space, but install 3 inches of R-20 closed cell foam in the crawlspace's ceiling.
Installing Closed Cell Insulation On A New Construction Barn - Highland, NY
This client contacted Foamco on a Friday night as he needed an emergency spray foam installation of 4.25 closed-Cell insulation installed over the weekend before it became warm. We ended up insulating the roof of his 4600 sqft barn, which he is in the process of building. He contacted us to get the job done for him due to our reputation of being the biggest spray foam company with a reputation of being able to get the job done effectively and efficiently.
After he had contacted us on Friday evening we accommodated him and set him up with a scheduled installation day of Sunday, January 12th. Unfortunately due to the rainy weather that day we were unable to apply the closed-Cell insulation to the roof. As soon as we realized that we were not going to be able to apply the closed cell insulation to his barn roof on Sunday we coordinated logistics with him to reschedule his installation date to the next day, Monday, January 13th. Even though we had to push his installation date back a day we were still able to take care of him how we wanted to, specifically by sending four rigs, which all installers had an average of 15 years with the company. Due to everyone's experience of installation, we were able to get the project done in one day.
Once we completed the project the client let us know how pleased he was with everything from his first contact with us, to the completion of the project. He was so pleased with everything that he even let us know that when he is ready to insulate the walls of his barn he will be giving us a call.
Installing Spray Foam Insulation After Being Gutted - Woodstock, NY
After several months of another contractor gutting this home for the new owners and replacing everything as well, we were finally able to get into the finished space and apply spray foam insulation to the walls, as well as parts of the ceiling. In strategically applying spray foam to the inside of the home we were able to increase the comfort level of this home, as well as bring it back up to code.
Insulating A Vacation Home - Gardiner, NY
This contractor reached out to us about their second story addition in their vacation home that was built in the 1970s. When it was constructed it did have insulation in it, but over time it degraded and stopped working. Because of multiple projects that we had completed for his construction company he knew just the team to cal lto take are of the issue. We ended up spraying his roof and walls with open-cell spray foam. In doing this we were able to reduce the strain on his wallet and transform the overall comfort of his home.
Insulating A Library
The Stone Ridge Library reached out to us to see what could be done about making the Library much more comfortable for their patrons. After evaluating the building we were able to figure out that the building did not have insulation in it whatsoever. To fix this issue we ripped open the walls and insulated them with open-cell spray foam. This will keep the Library from being cold and a much more pleasant place for everyone to visit and enjoy reading.
Serving the following Ulster County, NY zip codes
Wallkill 12589, Kingston 12402, Kingston 12401, Milton 12547, Wawarsing 12489, Plattekill 12568, Esopus 12429, New Paltz 12561, Hurley 12443, Rosendale 12472, Marlboro 12542, Woodstock 12498, Gardiner 12525, Kerhonkson 12446, Ellenville 12428, Saugerties 12477, Accord 12404, Lake Katrine 12449, Ulster Park 12487, Napanoch 12458, Shandaken 12480, Stone Ridge 12484, Port Ewen 12466, Highland 12528, High Falls 12440, West Hurley 12491, Olivebridge 12461, Clintondale 12515, Tillson 12486, Modena 12548, Shokan 12481, Phoenicia 12464, Bearsville 12409, West Shokan 12494, Mount Tremper 12457, Cottekill 12419, Boiceville 12412, Mount Marion 12456, Connelly 12417, Bloomington 12411, West Park 12493, Glasco 12432, Glenford 12433, Big Indian 12410, Lake Hill 12448, Malden On Hudson 12453, Cragsmoor 12420, Ruby 12475, Greenfield Park 12435, Chichester 12416, Pine Hill 12465, Willow 12495, Spring Glen 12483, Rifton 12471, Highmount 12441, West Camp 12490, Walker Valley 12588