Tailored Foam of Florida is the only foam insulation company that uses infrared thermography as a key element in project quality assurance. Infrared thermography is fast and non-invasive. For existing buildings, it eliminates the need for destructive investigation. Moisture problems and hot spots where insulation has settled (or never existed) are easy to identify quickly and accurately.
How infrared thermography works. . Instead of detecting visible light like an ordinary camera, infrared imaging cameras detect the heat emitted by surfaces, including the surfaces of roofs, walls and ceilings. Inspections with an infrared camera offer a fast, non-invasive way to find both wet and hot spots in a building structure. with images of a home or comercial building’s surfaces, we can tell where insulation is either deficient or missing altogether.
Because moist and wet building materials tend to be cooler than surrounding dry surfaces, infrared thermography is also a useful tool for finding water leaks and damp or soaked building materials. Moisture buildup in a structure, especially in a humid climate like Florida’s, is often an indicator of mold.
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We can help you dramatically reduce water damage restoration and environmental/mold sampling costs. In particular, remediation areas and structures can be targeted precisely, eliminating guesswork and unnecessary demolition. Infrared thermography minimizes disturbance of daily activities, allowing homeowners and businesses to carry on their ordinary activities without interruption.
Infrared thermography is an ideal tool to document water damaged structures for insurance claims, both before and after repairs are made.
Tailored Foam of Florida’s experienced estimating team can handle any foam insulation estimating request. From single room residential additions to 200,000 square foot commercial buildings, we perform timely take-offs and estimates for any project—often the same day for residential and smaller commercial projects. Tailored Foam of Florida subscribes to the major construction information services to ensure that our construction cost data are always current.
AIA Continuing Education
Tailored Foam of Florida offers continuing education credits for both Core-Fill 500™ and Icynene® spray foam insulation training. Each program is presented in a one-hour “lunch and learn” format. We send a qualified program presenter to your office, provide lunch for your staff, and update you on the latest innovations in the construction industry’s leading foam-in-place masonry and spray foam insulation products. Please call us today at 407-332-0333 or send us an email to set up a “lunch and learn” program for your firm.
Builder Sales Training
Our sales team regularly conducts on-site training for home builder sales, design and construction staff. Tailored Foam of Florida has insulated more than 50,000 Florida homes, schools, big-box retail stores and other building structures since 1986. Thousands of these insulation projects were new home upgrade options. In fact, Tailored Foam boasts upgrade capture rates as high as 70% after a builder sales force completes our training.
We can teach your people how to use our products to sell more homes and more insulation upgrades. Your team will be armed with our latest installation DVDs, point-of-purchase displays and product literature. Our mobile training unit even provides actual demonstrations. The result for you? More sales, more energy efficiency upgrades and increased profits. No other insulation company in Florida offers a training program with this quality and depth.
Call us today at 407-332-0333 or send us an email to arrange a training session for your team.
Product Development Technical Services
Tailored Foam of Florida’s Product Development and Technical Services Department is always surveying the insulation marketplace. We are deicated to making sure our customers have acces to the best materials on the market. We holds monthly training sessions to update our office staff and outside sales force on new developments in codes and materials, and price changes across the market. Our Technical Services Department stays abreast of changes in building codes, including the Florida IRC and IBC and the current ICC. We continuously evaluate not only the impact of applicable building and energy codes on our products but also on competing products.