Our company takes great pride in serving homeowners, builders, commercial contractors, and other customers. Every so often, we are called upon to handle interesting projects. The National World War I Museum and Memorial is one of those projects.
The Museum recently underwent renovations that included improvements to a lower level space used to house traveling exhibits. Since exhibits are delicate, climate and moisture control are of utmost importance. If the museum is unable to adequately maintain proper moisture levels, they would be suspended from accepting traveling exhibits.
Hayes Insulation was brought into the project to provide insulation and air sealing. Three members of our installer team worked for seven days to complete the work, all of which was performed after hours when the Museum was closed. Our work included installing two inches of Icynene closed cell spray foam over the walls and ceiling of the space as well as DC315 ignition barrier.
The job was a success and the general contractor was pleased with our work. Our installers and our entire team at Hayes Insulation were honored to work on this important project.