LSC Spray Foam Division

foampage1Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) or spray foam insulation is our specialty within the insulation division here at Lone Star Contracting (LSC). Since our certified sprayers manufacture and install our plural component system on site, you get a certified team who fully understands not only the product they are spraying but the science behind the application techniques and methods. With our dual proportioner mobile spray rigs we always have a minimum of two applicators spraying at the same time ensuring that we will finish your building on time, and on budget.

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We’re not your low budget, fly-by-night, working out of a garage, price-slashing kind of company. We take pride in our jobs and stand behind them 110%!

Some key attributes of spray foam:

  • Expands to get into every single void in your building, combining sealing and insulating into one simple step
  • Maintains its durable consistency over time without sagging or settling, so you get the same energy savings year in and year out
  • Provides a complete air seal for maximum energy efficiency
  • Resistant to moisture and mold growth, and is not a food source for rodents and insects
  • Although we’re known for larger projects our services are perfect for just about any job you have, whether it’s residential, commercial, or industrial.

Here are the areas where our services work best:

Government & Industrial Facilities

foampage2Government and industrial projects often come with unique sets of specifications. LSC’s extensive experience with insulating these types of facilities ensures that we will finish your building on time, and on budget.

 

 

 

Our insulation and expertise have been used in a wide variety of jobs, including:

  • Libraries
  • Medical Facilities
  • Community Centers
  • Parks & Recreational Facilities
  • Public & Private Educational Facilities

Commercial & Corporate Facilities

foampage3Our staff’s experience and expertise is a perfect match for your commercial or corporate project — especially when we use spray foam insulation. We’ll make sure that you get the highest possible energy savings and comfort from your building.

 

 

Our insulation and expertise have been used in a wide variety of jobs, including:

  • Retail stores
  • Hotels
  • Office buildings
  • Medical facilities
  • Restaurants

New Residential Construction

foampage4LSC has proven expertise and experience with new home construction. Over the years, we’ve worked with premier homebuilders, so we know firsthand what it takes to get the job done right — and how to give the builder and the homeowner everything they need for great project results.

 

Air Sealing

Before we do any insulating, we’ll take all the steps necessary to make sure the area we’re about to treat is properly prepared. This is more than just covering things up with plastic – it’s a comprehensive process that always includes these steps:

  • Protect all mechanicals, doors, windows, and any finished surfaces
  • Caulk all penetrations
  • Foam windows and doors
  • Caulk all sills, t-walls, corners, double- and triple-studs, windows, and door headers

Fiberglass Insulation

Wool-type fiber glass is most commonly used as insulation in all types of buildings, from homes to commercial to industrial. Its unique properties make it work well for controlling temperature and sound.

  • Utilizes tiny pockets of air to effectively resist the flow of heat and cold
  • Comes in widths suited to standard spacing of wall studs, attic joists, and floor joists
  • Available with facings, which add additional protection from vapor, unwanted air flow, and fire

Blown-In Insulation

Blown-in (a form of loose fill) insulation is named for the installation process, which involves using a high-pressure blowing machine and a hose to distribute the insulation into the building. Our blown-in insulation is made of fiberglass, giving it advantages over other loose fill insulation materials.

  • Works well for hard-to-reach places
  • Fire-retardant without the use of corrosive chemicals
  • Resistant to moisture and mold growth, and is not a food source for rodents and insects