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  • We love the spray foam you did for our home. Added 900 square ft, you put 6" foam in our roof 3 years ago over the upstairs addition. Our energy bills didn't go up a penny- just shows how much heat we were losing in the winter and letting in the attic in the summer. Great investment!
    - Ernie, Jackson TN

  • I have seen the Spray Foam system before, but only in the home improvement shows on TV. I was introduced to Apex by my contractor, and was convinced to try it. Couldn't be happier! Great return on investment.
    - Mike, Nashville TN

  • I was in my house built in 1948 for 3 winters, each year I would add more fiberglass insulation to the floors in my crawl space. My home was never warm until I tried spray foam. Not only is the house warmer, but it has saved me money on the energy bill.
    - Michael, Nashville TN

  • Apex Building Company provided whole house residential spray foam insulation for my new home. They did an excellent professional job. I would recommend them for any insulation job of any size!
    - George, Jackson TN

  • I hired this company to spray insulation into my newly built steel construction home. They came in and did a very professional job enclosing the entire shell with open cell foam, sealing every conceivable leak. I have been very please with the results and ascribe my low utility bills to it!
    - Pete, Memphis TN

  • Apex was very professional and knew about the product they were selling. I talked to several spray foam contractors and none of them were as knowledgeable as Michael at Apex. They cleaned up well and made sure things were done to suit me. I Highly Recommend them for anything spray foam or insulation!
    - Jarrin, Memphis TN

Spray Foam Insulation Health & Air Quality


People with allergies, asthma and certain chemical sensitivities have often found that, in buildings with spray foam, dangers of respiratory distress caused by natural airborne irritants are reduced.

Pollutants and airborne allergens can penetrate even the smallest gaps in other forms of insulation. Airborne moisture can also infiltrate traditional insulation, sometimes leading to mold, which releases spores and potentially toxic substances called mycotoxins. Thanks to the superior air seal created by APEX, dangers of inhaling these toxins and irritants are greatly reduced.

For all these reasons, spray foam insulation is highly recommended for spaces occupied by people with allergies, asthma and other particular respiratory issues. In fact, Icynene® was used to improve indoor air quality as part of the American Lung Association's "Health House" program.


  • We spend 90% of our time indoors
  • 15% of homeowners are allergic to their homes
  • 40% of kids will develop respiratory illness
  • More than 20 million people in the U.S. suffer from asthma
  • Medical costs for serious illnesses caused by poor indoor air quality total more than $1 billion per year
  • Lost productivity from those illnesses costs between $4.7 billion and $5.4 billion
  • Indoor air quality (IAQ) affects every one of us, especially those with respiratory health issues like asthma and allergies
  • Protect your family's well-being by improving your indoor air quality with spray foam insulation
  • Spray foam insulation and air barrier creates a thoroughly sealed environment. By eliminating air leakage, spray foam insulation automatically helps prevent the infiltration of the pollutants, outdoor allergens and moisture carried in the air. Plus, unlike some other insulation types, spray foam insulation is not a food source for mold or insects, which are common causes of respiratory irritation.


For healthier air in your home, keep out pollutants – these can include: 

  • Dust and dirt
  • Mold and moisture
  • Radon
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Pollen and other allergens

You can separate breathing air from pollutants you can't eliminate by air-sealing walls and ceilings between living spaces and:

  • Garages
  • Combustion furnaces and water heaters • Combustion closets
  • Chemical storage areas
  • Outdoor pollen and other allergens

Remember to use spray foam insulation not only on the exterior walls of a home, but also on interior walls, especially the types of places mentioned above. By using spray foam insulation as garage insulation, for example, you can help protect your family from harmful outdoor pollutants (e.g. exhaust) that might otherwise creep into your home unnoticed.

Spray foam will create an air barrier to reduce outdoor pollutants and allergens from getting inside. Used in conjunction with mechanical ventilation can make indoor air healthier than what you breathe outside.


Most of the moisture that gets into a home is actually carried in the air. Airborne moisture can condense on surfaces within the home and contribute to mold growth. Mold has been known to aggravate asthma or allergies, and cause symptoms such as itchy eyes, sneezing, and coughing. can help minimize the flow of random airborne moisture entering your home, to protect against mold growth that may lead to these conditions.

Common insulation types such as fiberglass and cellulose absorb or retain water and provide a food source for mold – this can lead to mold growth, which can trigger allergies in the home. Use building materials that contribute to moisture management (like spray foam insulation) to prevent the growth of mold, which releases spores and mycotoxins into the air.


Those concerned about healthy air can breathe a little easier in buildings insulated with the water-blown products offered by APEX. Dangers associated with certain forms of insulation, such as long-term VOC emissions, were not observed in Icynene®, according to extensive testing.

Icynene® LD-C-50 features 100% water-blown technology. This technology utilizes a blowing agent that has the lowest Global Warming Potential (GWP) value of 1. Icynene® products are classified as Low-Emitting Materials that contribute to a better indoor environment. APEX is an Icynene® Certified Applicator trained to properly insulate buildings for a healthier and cleaner home.

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