Is your choice of insulation helping you win bids?
Let’s talk about polyurethane foam and the contribution it can make to your bottom line.
You may offer spray foam as insulation. You may not. If you do, are you winning bids? Are you maximizing your profit potential on every job? Is it a challenge getting jobs to go without hiccups? Do you know the Code well enough?
This is a difficult business with a lot of influences. You should have someone in your corner helping you understand the product, the process and letting you know right from wrong.
Spray applied polyurethane foam insulation is the insulation of choice in high performance, net zero homes and buildings – and that’s the direction our construction industry is headed. Have you considered jumping on board?
Contracting success demands a quality install each-and-every time. The reputation of your company is relying on it. You’d like to have eyes on every job – roofing or wall, but you can’t. During my 40 years in the industry (and still counting) I’ve applied foam all over the world, inspected millions of squares of spray foam roofing and countless air barrier applications. I was also the project manager for 15M board feet of Military work in Iraq and Afghanistan under Operation Iraqi Freedom. Let's identify the variables in your applications and then design training modules to help drive greater success.
Let’s talk about spray foam insulation and how to make it profitable.