The Best Insulation for Existing Homes
The cores of the concrete block walls in your home or commercial building are allowing airflow into your structure.
Those cores have nothing inside them, so nothing stops that air from getting in or heat from getting out.
Injection foam insulation creates an air seal that will stop air movement. Stopping that air leakage can make a huge difference in the comfort of your home or building, as well as the energy efficiency.
The installation process for concrete block walls involves drilling holes into the middle of the wall to access the cores.
The bricks' cores are lined up, so once the holes are drilled, injecting the foam fills those, as well as any other nooks and crannies.
Once the cores and openings are filled, the holes are filled with mortar.