As you can see in this picture; spray foam is easily applied in tight corners and around pipes within minutes.
Mike Schnitzer does an excellent job applying spray foam evenly on the homeowner's walls. It is evident that fiberglass cannot provide the same results as spray foam that seals air leaks.
Notice the fiberglass falling off the ceiling in this laundry room. Fiberglass is rated in an enclosed space in which fiberglass is in immediate contact with the walls that need to be insulated which is not the case in this picture.
Unlike fiberglass, spray foam gets into every nook and cranny, providing maximum insulation and all the while sealing any air leaks that will cost a homeowner dearly.
Here you can see how precise our spray foam applicators are when insulating homes with spray foam. Windows are major culprits in allowing air to leak out due to the holes in the framing around the windows. Spray foam will address these problems without any issues.