The top 3 reasons why more farmers are looking to insulate their barns.
- Temperature Control
- Moisture Control
- Pest Control
To most farmers, controlling excessive moisture, fluctuating temperatures and unwanted pests is a constant battle. There is only one type of barn insulation that takes care of these issues once and for all; spray polyurethane foam.
Temperature Control – Open-cell spray foam forms an airtight barrier that keeps the climate of your dairy barn, hog pen, poultry house or other livestock areas constant. This includes humidity levels as well as air temperature.
Moisture Control – Closed-cell spray foam is a more dense insulation that is completely impervious to water. This watertight seal keeps your grains dry, eliminating expensive mold and rot damage.
Pest Control – (SPF) Spray polyurethane foam barn insulation seals cracks, crevices and other openings that rodents and insects have been using to invade your barn. It isn’t a food source for rodents either!
Metal Barn Insulation
Many of today’s farms have turned to using the affordable metal barn. Insulation types for these buildings are much different than it would be in a city environment. Livestock areas are prone to soiling and being able to effectively clean walls, ceilings and flooring is a must.
With metal barn insulation, spray foam not only insulates, it also adds considerable strength to walls and ceilings. On the roof, adding strength, high R Value and waterproofing make this metal barn insulation the easy choice for farmers all across Alabama.