Residential

Project: Andev Corporationdescribe the image
In order to achieve the highest energy efficiency possible, Andev Corp. contracted Coastal to spray foam this new construction residence in Manahawkin, NJ. Closed cell spray foam was installed throughout the home, with special attention to all 2x6 exterior walls and band joists.

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Project: Quality Custom HomesIMAG0185
Open and closed cell foam was installed throughout this new construction residence in Franklin Lakes, NJ, built by Quality Custom Homes. Spray foam, which was applied to the exterior walls and in the attic rafters, was used primarily for its energy-efficient qualities.

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Project: Powell Cove EstatesIMG00195 20111215 1227 resized 600
Powell Cove chose Coastal to insulate this new construction 20-unit residential community in College Point, NY. Spray Foam Engineers used a combination of open and closed cell spray foam to seal the building envelope, providing future residents with the utmost in energy efficiency for years to come.

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Project: Ted Fleuhr, Jr. Custom Home BuilderIMAG0146
Coastal was contracted by Ted Fleuhr, Jr. Custom Home Builder to insulate this new construction home in Spray Beach, NJ. In order to tighten the building envelope and provide the maximum thermal performance, open cell foam was applied throughout the residence. 

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Project: Del-Sano Contracting Corp.
Del-Sano Contracting Corp. commissioned Coastal to insulate this new construction project in Newark, NJ. The 56-unit affordable housing development is aiming for a LEED Gold rating, and closed cell foam will help keep energy costs down for years to come.

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Project: NGI Development Corp.
Coastal insulated a new construction residence in Scarsdale, NY, built by NGI Development Corp. Spray Foam Engineers used both open and closed cell spray foam throughout the home to seal the building envelope and maximize energy efficiency.

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