Oregon Spray Foam
Your Energy Efficiency Company
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Our mission is to connect our customers with the latest technology in insulation & ductless heating and cooling to increase energy efficiency and comfortability.
Home Energy Savings Solutions
Looking to save some money on your energy bills? See why Spray Foam Insulation or a Ductless Mini Split System may be your answer.
Spray Foam Insulation
As much as 40% of a building’s energy is lost due to air infiltration. Gaps, holes and air leaks, which can be prevented, but can also make energy bills unnecessarily high and let valuable resources go to waste.
Spray foam offers a solution: it performs as both insulation and an air sealant, or air barrier, closing those nooks and crannies that let air escape and add dollars to monthly energy bills. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program estimates that by adding insulation and sealing air leaks, you could save up to 20% on your monthly energy bills.
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that 56% of the energy used in a home goes to heating and cooling. Your home’s heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system has a big effect on your utility bills and your energy consumption. Maintaining an optimal HVAC system can make your home more energy efficient. Spray foam insulation can help reduce the workload on your HVAC system thanks to its high R-value and effectiveness. In fact, with spray foam, HVAC sizing can be reduced as much as 35% without the loss of efficiency and comfort. Source: whysprayfoam.org
Ductless Heating & Cooling
Winter and summer both bring extreme temperature conditions. With INVERTER-driven technology, our highly-efficient heat pump systems offer optimized comfort conditioning for your home no matter the season or temperature.
An inverter is energy saving technology that eliminates wasted operation in air conditioners by efficiently controlling motor speed.
In inverter type air conditioners, temperature is adjusted by changing motor speed without turning the motor ON and OFF. Compared to non-inverter type air conditioners, air conditioners with inverters have less power loss and can save 30% more in energy.
A heat pump is energy saving technology that conveys heat without the need to generate heat.
A heat pump is technology that controls temperature by transferring heat. For example, because heating is performed by the transfer of heat from outdoors to inside the room only a little electricity is necessary. This provides energy savings. Source: Daikin Comfort
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What Our Happy Clients Had To Say
"I was very pleased with my experience. I have worked with other companies that provide similar services. Western uses environmentally friendly products and doesn't leave a mess. I look forward to working with them in the future." -Sturn B.
"Great to work with. I had my crawlspace sprayfoamed because I had no insulation under the house.
They came out and did not try to over sell me... The people were awesome to work with so I brought them pizza for lunch.
It was worth it if you can afford it." -Nate P.
"We would highly recommend these folks. They weren't quite the cheapest, but they were right in the ballpark and we believed we would get the best result from their company. They listened to our concerns, came up with an appropriate plan to address our problem, and executed it extremely well." - C.W.
"I hired this company to insulate my attic and crawl spaces. I now have the coziest and quietest house.
It's like that softening of sound after a snowfall and a car drives by.
Thank you for the excellent workmanship and great customer service." - Jane L.
"I recommend Oregon Spray Foam to anyone with foam insulation or ductless projects. You will be satisfied! I have hired Western Home Performance a total of three times for both spray foam and other projects. They have excellent service and perform high quality work. Their employees are clean cut, polite, respectful, and excited about their work." - Jasha K.