Spray Foam Insulation to Be Used in Amy’s Kitchen
There is probably no greater recognition of the quality of a product than a big name company ordering a large amount of it for a certain project. This has happened very recently with spray foam insulation. The popular organic frozen food establishment, Amy’s Kitchen, has decided to use spray foam insulation in its facility at Petaluma, California.
The order specified that the insulation should cover all 110,000 square feet of the ceiling of Amy’s Kitchen. Along with the sheer size of the project, the experts found some serious damage in parts of the ceiling, but even with that, they managed to complete the entire project in the end. They even finished it a day ahead of the deadline.
Amy’s Kitchen decided to use spray foam insulation for some very good reasons. The insulation itself does its job very well, providing optimum insulation inside the building and preventing noise from easily escaping through the walls, and it is cost effective. As can be seen from the final result, spray foam can deal with highly damaged walls and ceilings. The firm also used spray foam for its durability. It is widely known that when applied properly, the insulation can easily continue to maintain a comfortable indoor environment for many decades. Amy’s Kitchen has gone for this form of insulation because, in many ways, it reflects the company itself. Spray foam is cost effective, long lasting, and does everything it promises to do in a superb manner.
Having achieved this great feat, spray foam is likely to be more popular than ever now. It has probably made advances as well since they used special commercial spray foam for the job in Amy’s Kitchen. Furthermore, they had the right people for the job; something that cannot be overemphasized. At any given time, it was observed that there were 35 to 45 experts looking over the project. The people of Petaluma who work at Amy’s Kitchen will definitely be enjoying their work environment for a long time to come. Even the owners should be pleased when they compare their electricity bills from before the project to their electricity bills now.