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  • ENERTITE®

    ENERTITE® is a low-density, open-cell spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation that provides air sealing, sound absorption and thermal insulation, allowing you to better control your indoor environment and create more energy efficient, comfortable and healthier homes and buildings. Applied as a liquid, this water-blown foam quickly expands to many times its original size, completely filling wall and roof cavities.  ENERTITE® easily seals difficult-to-reach areas such as corners and around pipes and wiring to create a seamless seal against air movement.

  • WALLTITE®

    WALLTITE® is a closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation that creates a seamless, insulating air barrier to improve the energy efficiency, comfort and durability of homes and buildings.  Spray applied as a liquid, WALLTITE flows in and around difficult to reach areas, creating a airtight seal.

  • SKYTITE®

    SKYTITE® high-performance roofing systems provide seamless, leak-free protection from the elements with some of the highest wind uplift and hail resistance ratings in the industry. Spray-applied, the exterior low-slope roofing systems are self-flashing and easily conform to unusual shapes. SKYTITE can be applied to existing substrates, eliminating the need to costly tear-offs and reducing waste in landfills.

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) can be used in applications from the ground up. Learn about the types of residential spray foam applications and their benefits.

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Disaster Durable Solutions

Disasters happen. In fact, they are becoming more frequent, more intense and more costly. At BASF, we believe strong buildings need strong science. Learn how our construction solutions can increase the strength and durability of your home or building when nature strikes.

We can't always predict the weather.

But we can build and retrofit stronger homes, buildings and structures to prepare for the worst.

When it comes to disaster resiliency, the building envelope - the part that separates the outside from the inside - is one of the most important parts of the house.  The key is to design a seamless building envelope with every element (roof, foundation and walls) securely attached and airtight.  That means no gaps or holes where wind or water can enter and cause damage.

When disaster strikes, BASF is there to fight back - and build back:

  • Creating a diverse portfolio of disaster durable products that positively impact energy, air sealing, speed of construction and accuracy of installation
  • Meeting the most stringent codes for structural performance, like Factory Mutual Approvals and Miami-Dade Standards
  • Aligning with the insurance industry, design professionals, government agencies and non-government organizations to rebuild faster, save money, reduce waste and pollution, and speed the transition to more sustainable communities

Disasters are more frequent and more costly.

According to the NOAA National Centers for Environment Information (NCEI), 2023 was a historic year with 28 weather and climate disasters and nearly $93 billion in damages  and "the damage from US billion-dollar disaster events from 1980 to 2023 is dominated by tropical cyclone losses", totaling over $1,379 billion (2023: A historic year of U.S. billion-dollar weather and climate disasters | NOAA Climate.gov).

Sources:

NOAA Climate.gov | 2023: A historic year of U.S. billon dollar weather and climate disasters

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) U.S. Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters (2024). https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/access/billions/, DOI: 10.25921/stkw-7w73

NOAA.gov | U.S. 2024 Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters

Map from NOAA / NCEI shows 11 billion-dollar weather and climate disasters that impacted the United States from January - May 2024.

Understanding the threat. Withstanding the disaster.

The first step in protecting one's self against the reality of disasters is to better recognize what might be lurking just around the corner.  By recognizing specific threats based upon geographic position and climate, you can select the BASF disaster durable products that protect against the dangers facing you, enabling you to build - or build back - best.

Only BASF offers the combination of construction chemistry and community commitment to provide superior protection and create more enduring, sustainable environments.  When it comes to protecting your investment against the threat of disaster, good or better don't rate: only the best will do.

Whether it's residential housing, commercial properties or infrastructure, the BASF portfolio of tough, resilient construction products that comprise our Disaster Durable Solutions are helping to build a better line of defense for a more sustainable future.

Learn more about BASF closed-cell spray foam insulation and roofing systems.

Closed-cell

WALLTITE®

WALLTITE® is a closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation that creates a seamless, insulating air barrier to improve the energy efficiency, comfort and durability of homes and buildings.  Spray applied as a liquid, WALLTITE flows in and around difficult to reach areas, creating a airtight seal.

Closed-cell

SKYTITE®

SKYTITE® high-performance roofing systems provide seamless, leak-free protection from the elements with some of the highest wind uplift and hail resistance ratings in the industry. Spray-applied, the exterior low-slope roofing systems are self-flashing and easily conform to unusual shapes. SKYTITE can be applied to existing substrates, eliminating the need to costly tear-offs and reducing waste in landfills.

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