We are fully safety certified with extensive commercial building experience
Our commercial projects are varied in size and complexity.
We apply spray foam insulation for smaller projects such as personal shops and quonsets to large manufacturing facilities and high rises. Our experienced installers have worked on commercial sites and are qualified to operate lifts and booms to facilitate a range of needs.
All Beyond Foam sprayers and helpers have completed a specially designed in-house safety course and utilize all necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Hazard assessments are completed prior to beginning application and our employees are knowledgeable and aware of the safety of all site workers.
Our managers frequently perform pre-site visits to determine specific equipment or safety needs.
Our spray foam will adhere to almost any substrate. While painted surfaces are acceptable to spray, proper cure times are advised for the best product.
2lb closed cell polyurethane foam produces excellent results for air seals and for tying in q-decking. The tight closed cell structure of the foam also creates an air barrier between rooms and levels where fumes typically penetrate and jeopardize air quality.
Spray foam insulation for industrial applications
Beyond Foam Insulation offers superior results for your Industrial projects through spray on polyurethane foam. We can achieve both an air and moisture barrier with as little as 2″ applied. The foam sets up immediately and creates an air tight seal that cannot be achieved with batt, blown or blanket Insulation.
Polyurea Coating can add strength and longevity to your projects. Our coating excels in the industry and is frequently used for secondary containment applications. Spray applied polyurea is often combined with a manufactured polyurea matting to provide a containment system that does not depend on seals and boots which are frequent fail points.
Beyond Foams Coating systems are also used in pressure vessels, rail containers and in situations where an environment is needed for potable water. Polyurea is used where epoxy coverings do not last. Coating the floors and surfaces of recreational facilities such as swimming pools will extend the life of the surface and help avoid costly shutdowns.
Author: Kevin Boschee