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Project: Twining Construction
Coastal was contracted by Twining Construction to insulate this training facility in Croydon, PA. Spray Foam Engineers installed closed cell foam onto a cinderblock surface around the perimeter of the building to improve thermal performance and create a moisture barrier.


 

 

 



IMG00052 20101216 0959Project: Stalco Construction
Coastal was contracted by Stalco Construction to insulate the exterior walls of Battery Park’s Pier A. Formerly a fire boat station, this building is being converted into a retail commercial property. Using closed cell foam gave this renovation additional structural integrity, as well as LEED credits.

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IMG00918 20110103 1201Project: Graystone Rest Areas
Graystone Construction Management employed Coastal for the insulation of 3 rest areas along Interstate I-87 in New York state. Spray foam was installed to the underside of the roof deck to prevent the snow from coming in contact with the roof, thereby preventing ice damming.

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DSC05573Project: Paetec Holding Corp.
Coastal was commissioned by Paetec Holding Corp. to insulate the ceiling of a 24,000 sq. ft. data storage center in Andover, MA. The servers that are housed in the center draw in air through filters in order to cool themselves down. The filters were being replaced every two weeks because of the amount of debris that was in the air from the fire coating covering the ceiling’s steel beams. By utilizing open cell foam on those steel beams, the amount of debris was substantially reduced, prolonging the life of each filter.

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DSC04739Project: Piazza Brothers
Piazza Brothers needed to protect the documents and records stored in the Westchester Archive and Record Center in Elmsford, NY. Our Spray Foam Engineers applied closed cell foam to this 5,000 sq. ft. building to create a vapor barrier to throughout.

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Patriot 010Project: Federal Flood Zone
Coastal insulated this new construction residence located in a federal flood zone in Sea Bright, NJ. Spraying open cell foam in the top 4 feet of the wall cavities and closed cell foam at the bottom of the cavities gave the house the air-and-moisture impermeable insulation necessary due to its location. Only spray foam could provide the type of moisture protection this structure needed.

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