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    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® 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® 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.

Phoenix, AZ Residential Community
Mesa, AZ Residential Community
Study DatesMay - August 2020

During the summer of 2020 a study was conducted to observe the performance differences between homes with a robust building envelope using spray foam insulating air barrier materials, to those with the builder’s standard construction package and compare the utility (electric) usage of each, to determine any energy cost savings.

In early 2020, this local builder had a hybrid BASF HP+™ Wall system installed into the walls of four model homes in a west-side community of Phoenix. To complete the high-performance building envelope, ENERTITE® open-cell spray foam was installed to the underside of the roof deck (with no radiant barrier sheathing). The unvented attic design allows for the mechanical systems to operate more efficiently in this semi-conditioned space, where they are not subjected to extreme Arizona conditions. In fact, in August 2020, when outdoor temperatures exceeded 115°F, data-loggers in the unvented space never exceeded 83°F.

At a different community in the east valley, the builder insulated four model homes of the same floor plans with their standard construction package that included 2x4 exteriors walls with cellulose wall spray, stucco and white EPS continuous insulation. The vented attic was insulated with blown cellulose and radiant barrier sheathing was used.

From May – August 2020, energy usage for the four different floor plans were compared between the two communities. It’s important to note that this was done during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and the model homes involved in the study were visited on an appointment-only basis by prospective buyers, which resulted in minimal human impact during the study.

Ready for the Results?

BASF High-Performance Envelopes contribute to as much as 45% cooling cost reduction.  

Full details including energy costs, square footage can be found in the case study.

We are constantly looking for ways to improve our homes and make them more comfortable for our homeowners. Through the BASF pilot homes, we have reaffirmed that the better our building is, the better our home environments can be. The energy savings these homes showed confirms our move to spray foam is a good choice for our homeowners.

Builder Division President

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