Spray Foam Genie Charlotte
Spray Foam Genie Charlotte

Spray Foam Genie Charlotte

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Introduction: Charlotte residents experience extreme temperatures during summer and winter seasons, causing them to depend on AC and heating systems to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. However, without proper insulation, energy bills can become overwhelming. That's why many Charlotte residents are now opting for spray foam insulation. This airtight barrier effectively retains cooled or heated air, reducing the workload of your AC and heating units. This not only makes your home more energy-efficient, saving you money, but it also decreases noise levels. We work on homes, barns, sheds and all commercial buildings. If you're looking for an insulation solution look no further than Spray Foam Genie!

Serves Charlotte, NC

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4 employees

1 year in business

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This pro accepts payments via Check and Credit card.

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Customers rated this pro highly for responsiveness, professionalism, and work quality.


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Rikki P.
Dec 8, 2023
Professional company. The entire process from estimate to completion was simple and efficient. Our estimator was very informative and kept me in the loop on everything. Crew was punctual, attentive and careful working around the property. The interior of the building was taped off and protected appropriately for overspray and everything was cleaned up before they left. I would recommend this company as a great option for any spray foam needs.
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  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Spray foam insulation can cost between $1.50 and $4.90 per square foot, its benefits often outweigh the cost. While spray foam insulation boasts great benefits, it's important to compare its cost to other options: Fiberglass batts: The most affordable, averaging $0.40-$1.20 per square foot. However, it doesn't seal as well as spray foam, leading to potential air leaks and reduced energy efficiency. Rockwool batts: Slightly more expensive than fiberglass at $0.60-$1.60 per square foot. Offers better fire resistance and soundproofing than fiberglass but still doesn't seal as effectively as spray foam. Blown-in cellulose: A more environmentally friendly option, costing around $0.50-$1.50 per square foot. Similar to fiberglass in terms of sealing ability and requires a higher thickness for comparable performance. Overall, while spray foam has a higher initial cost, its superior sealing, energy-saving potential, and long-term durability can make it a cost-effective choice in the long run. Consider your budget, desired benefits, and the specifics of your project when making a decision.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    1. We provide a free estimate once a customer reaches out to us within 2 days. 2. We can schedule work within 2 weeks once the customer accepts the Bid.

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    Residential Commercial

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