Presidential Insulation Systems specializes in Spray Foam and Cellulose
Insulation, serving Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont
and many more!
Spray foam is the ideal method for insulating commercial and residential
buildings. Spray foam stops air and moisture intrusion, saves on costly
utility bills, strengthens the structure and protects your family’s health
from dangerous mold, allergens and airborne pollutants.
is a natural fiber insulation treated with boric acid and other proprietary
formulations to produce fire-retardant, environmentally-friendly, thermally
superior, sound-deadening insulation with pest-controlling properties. T·A·P
is acceptable for use around humans and pets, but deadly to cockroaches,
silverfish, ants, termites, and many other crawling insects.TAP is an EPA
labeled pest control insulation.
T·A·P is the result of a revolutionary merger of two well-respected
technologies—natural cellulose insulation and natural borate
pesticides—creating Thermal, Acoustical & Pest Control Insulation, the only
stabilized pest control insulation. As part of a total pest management
package, T·A·P can be used to cap existing insulation in attics, or can be
installed in the attics, walls and crawlspaces of new construction. T·A·P
pays for itself quickly in reduced energy costs and then continues to save
you money for the life of the structure.
insulation is a material having air-filled cells or voids, or
heat-reflective surfaces, which retard the transfer of heat to cold.
Acoustical insulation retards the transmission of sound.
Pest control insulation, while performing the other functions of thermal and
acoustical, is labeled to control listed insects. By Federal law, such
insulation (and the manufacturing plant) must be registered with the US EPA,
and carry an EPA-approved label. Additionally, the product must be
registered with the pest control authorities in each state in which it is
sold or manufactured. Because TAP contains an EPA labeled pesticide it can
only be installed by a licensed Pest Management Professional.
What are the energy & money saving benefits?
T·A·P saves energy. T·A·P saves money by decreasing energy bills. It keeps
homes cool in summer and warm in winter for less money: Comfortable
year-round. Because T·A·P is denser than fiberglass insulation, air does not
move through it well, so it resists heat transfer by convection, as well as
conduction and radiation. And since there aren’t the leaks and drafts
associated with ordinary insulation, mechanical systems don’t work as hard
and can be down-sized, further saving money. Areas in the home maintain more
uniform temperatures between floors and ceilings, upstairs and downstairs,
even next to exterior walls. Comfort. Conservation. Comfortable