Spray foam industry focuses on training and quality
Sprayfoam is a component of many high performing homes because it's capable of producing substantial energy savings through high R-Values combined with air-sealing in one product.
But application quality is critical for long-term performance.
That's why the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA), the industry association, has undertaken a focus on training applicators across the country.
At the 2016 International Builders' Show, Doug Kramer, CEO and President of Lapolla Industries, a manufacturer of spray foam products and a member of the SPFA, talked about the industry's efforts on training applicators and contractors for to achieve the best results.
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