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Commercial Spray Foam Insulation Company


Welcome to
Solanco Spray Foam! 

We’re a leading commercial spray foam company based in Lancaster County, PA and a top-choice for businesses across Central Pennsylvania looking to improve their building’s energy efficiency and save money on heating and cooling.

We specialize in providing innovative insulation solutions for commercial, industrial, and residential applications. Our spray foam products are designed to provide superior thermal insulation, air sealing, and moisture control for any project. Our services include:

Spray foam for storage units and buildings

Spray foam insulation for ceilings and flat roofs

Interior and exterior spray foam projects

Spray foam for warehouses

Spray foam for workshops

Spray foam for pipes or HVAC needs

And more!

Learn more and get a free quote by calling Solanco Spray Foam today!

If it needs insulation, Solanco Spray Foam can help.

Our team of experienced spray foam installers are committed to delivering quality applications and top-notch service that meets our customers’ needs and exceeds their expectations. We’re confident that we can provide the right solution, at the right price, for your insulation project.

Spray Foam For Businesses Across Central Pennsylvania

If you’re here, you probably already know about the incredible benefits of spray foam insulation over traditional insulation batting or blown cellulose. 

So what makes Solanco Spray Foam different?

When you work with the experienced and qualified team at Solanco, you’re getting the benefit of hundreds of successful spray foam projects and a clear dedication to customer service.

Quality Assurance

Our spray foam installers have a wealth of knowledge and experience with their craft, so you can rest assured that your project will be completed to the highest standards and with the utmost quality.


Spray foam installation projects require specialized safety equipment and procedures, and an experienced installer like Solanco can ensure that the job is completed safely and properly for your home or business. Mixing closed cell spray foam or open cell spray foam requires expertise and close attention to detail to ensure a properly formulated mixture. With our team, you’ve got decades of experience on your side.

Time Savings

Working with an experienced installer can save you time, as we're familiar and comfortable working alongside all kinds of other service providers, including HVAC installers, drywallers, carpenters, general contractors, and more. Leave the dirty work to the pros for a quicker, better job.

Why Spray Foam?

90% of our commercial spray foam projects are done with closed cell spray foam, the industry leading insulation material for commercial building applications. 

Closed cell spray foam is a type of insulation that is applied as a liquid and expands quickly to form a rigid foam. It’s made of polyurethane and is generally used as insulation for walls, ceilings, and attics, known for providing an effective barrier against air infiltration and serving as a moisture barrier, and its closed-cell structure makes it more resistant to water and air than open-cell insulation.  

Commercial spray foam applications will outperform every other insulation option on the market.

The benefits of closed cell spray foam include:

Excellent thermal resistance, helping to keep homes at a consistent temperature.

Acts as an air barrier, helping to reduce air infiltration and leaks.

Helps to reduce energy costs by increasing the efficiency of heating and cooling systems.

High R-value of 7(!) per inch, which helps to insulate the building from outside temperatures even in tight or thin applications.

Reduces noise from outside, as well as between rooms in the building, excellent for many commercial applications like workshops and manufacturing facilities.

Can help to reduce moisture and mold growth, as it creates an airtight seal and won't absorb water or moisture.

Protects against air pollutant infiltration, such as dust, pollen and other allergens.

Resistant to fire and other damage, making it a safer option than traditional insulation.

Long-lasting and durable, meaning it requires zero maintenance or check-ups.

Commercial Spray Foam Versus:

Fiberglass insulation is a popular insulation material made from spun glass fibers, typically used to insulate residential homes, buildings and other structures. It’s lightweight and easy to install, and it helps reduce energy costs by blocking heat transfer. Fiberglass insulation is available in batts, rolls, blow-in and foam board form. The primary drawback of fiberglass is its relatively low R-value (2 per inch) and that it can absorb moisture, leading to potential mold, mildew, and even rotting issues down the road. It also does not serve as a good air barrier, meaning drafts can compromise the entire reason for insulating in the first place – a warmer space!

Blown cellulose insulation is a type of insulation made from finely chopped recycled paper, cardboard, and other plant-based or recycled materials. It’s made by grinding the materials down and then treating them with an adhesive and flame retardant. The material is then blown into the walls of a home or building using a special machine. Blown cellulose insulation is effective for old construction where you’re trying to get into existing walls or ceilings, but its R-value of about 4 per inch makes it inferior to closed cell foam. Additionally, it does not provide moisture resistance or block air leakage.

Open cell foam is another type of spray foam made up of cells that are interconnected, forming a network of pores. It’s usually made of polyurethane or latex, and is used primarily for interior insulation (between indoor walls), for soundproofing, and even for padding in some instances. The main drawback of open cell foam is that it has poor water resistance. It cannot withstand water or moisture, and may become damaged or pose a mildew threat if exposed to bulk water or even small leaks. Open cell foam’s R-value of about 5 makes it a quality insulator, but the shortcomings above mean it’s not ideal for most settings where it may be up against exterior walls, roofing, or ceilings.

Commercial Insulation That Can’t Be Beat

Closed cell foam has an R-value of an astonishing 7 per inch, making it the most powerful insulator among these options, even effective in small or thin spaces where you may not be able to get much cellulose or batting. 

Additionally, closed cell foam dries hard and rigid, is fully water-proof, and creates a tight seal to eliminate the risk of drafts and air leaks.

For most commercial applications, frequently underneath roofing or along exterior walls, closed cell foam is absolutely the insulation of choice.

Solanco Spray Foam makes commercial spray foam applications approachable and effective for anyone. We meet you where you need us, with quality, safe applications that are guaranteed to improve your building’s energy performance and create a comfortable interior environment. 

No matter the setting, we can help.


An Insulative Spray Foam Provider Near Me?

Solanco Spray Foam does spray foam installations for commercial buildings throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. 

If you’re ready to learn more and get a free quote, call today to schedule a no-hassle appointment.