Foam Engineers FAQs

Questions About Our Insulation Services in the
St. Louis Area

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The R-value of insulation is a measure of its thermal resistance. It represents the insulation’s ability to resist heat flow, and it is usually expressed in units of Kelvin per watt (K/W). The higher the R-value, the better the insulation’s performance.

Yes, we take phone calls 24/7.

  • Fiberglass (batt and blow in forms)
  • Cellulose Rigid
  • Foam board
  • Spray foam

We install residential insulation in attics, crawl spaces, basements and walls.

Yes, we can work with local businesses on their insulation and energy needs.

The EPA estimates that 15% of total home energy costs can be saved with air sealing and insulation.

Gable fans move air into and out of the attic, drawing in either warmer or cooler air and expelling air that is the wrong temperature. They ensure that your ventilation is working at peak efficiency.

We operate in:

  • Eureka, MO, USA
  • Ballwin, MO, USA
  • St Peters, MO, USA
  • St. Louis, MO, USA
  • St Charles, MO, USA
  • Wright City, MO, USA
  • Chesterfield, MO, USA
  • Franklin County, MO, USA
  • St Louis County, MO, USA
  • Jefferson County, MO, USA
  • St Charles County, MO, USA

The Stack Effect is when air flows out of a home through poor seals, leading other parts of the home to draw air in from the outside to equalize the pressure. The Stack Effect makes heating and cooling more difficult.

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