Commercial / Corporate

Project: James S. Mitchell & Sonsdescribe the image
James S. Mitchell & Sons needed a way to seal the building envelope of the Salvation Army in Port Chester, NY, and Coastal’s Spray Foam Engineers provided the solution – applying closed cell spray foam over the rigid board and masonry of the building’s exterior walls.

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Project: Joplin Construction Inc.describe the image
Coastal applied closed cell spray foam to the ceiling of this church/school renovation for Joplin Construction in Philadelphia, PA, in order to increase the building’s energy efficiency.

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Project: Carrickmore P&D, LLCdescribe the image
The Hollywood Golf Club in Deal, NJ, needed a way to create a uniform air barrier in the Men’s Clubhouse, and spray foam insulation was the clear choice to resolve the issue. Carrickmore, LLC, commissioned Coastal to apply closed cell foam to the existing speed blocks of the building in order to fill in gaps in the walls and keep this nationally-ranked golf course at the top of its game. 

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Project: Tekton Developmentdescribe the image

Closed cell foam was chosen for this project by Tekton Development in order to insulate the building envelope. This insulation phase of a new construction church in Roseland, NJ, consisted of Spray Foam Engineers applying spray foam to corrugated steel beams, a kitchen area, and the cathedral ceiling of the gymnasium. 

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Project: Hazlet Fire Company No. 1New Image 1 resized 600
Coastal was contracted by the Hazlet Fire Company to insulate the firehouse in Hazlet, NJ. Closed cell foam was installed in the meeting room, vestibule, and the exterior walls to increase the building's thermal performance.

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Project: Pomeroy Development
Pomeroy Development hired Coastal to insulate a renovation in Easton, PA. Spray Foam Engineers applied a combination of open and closed cell spray foam in the building, which houses office space on the first floor, and residential apartments on the second and third floors. The exterior walls of the first floor had limited space that fiberglass batting would be difficult to fit into. Spray foam was utilized for soundproofing in-between the floors of the apartments.

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