MPI Foam
Serving the Southeast since 2002

Spray Foam Insulation

Serving Raleigh, Apex, Durham and surrounding areas.

For more than 10 years, our professional insulation team has been dedicated to providing exceptional spray foam insulation services for local homes and businesses in NC.

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Cost Savings

Cost Savings

When you insulate your attic with spray foam, you can dramatically reduce the heating and cooling costs of your home.

Improve Comfort

Improve Comfort

Enjoy better air quality, noise reduction, pest control and many other benefits with MPI Foam. Improve the comfort of your home with spray foam insulation.

Superior Service

Superior Service

For more than 10 years we have provided NC with attic and crawl space foam installation. Experience the best in spray foam insulation services.

What Our Customers Say

“I interviewed six different companies before I selected MPI. 
 They were the only ones that could answer all my questions, knew all the codes and regulations, really understood the technical and business aspects of the jobs. Far more knowledgeable and technically savvy than their nearest competitor.

They did both attics and the crawlspace. Their work was professionally done, on time and without any follow up calls. From an energy savings point of view, it was the best money I ever spent. And wish I had done it much sooner.”

- Homeowner in Raleigh, NC

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Latest Blog Posts

Myth Busting 2.0: Myths about Spray Foam Insulation

In 2017, we busted the top 3 myths about spray foam insulation here. Here are another 5 myths you may have heard through the grapevine; but don’t worry, we’re here to help clear that up. Spray foam insulation smells. If spray foam is installed and cured properly, it should not have any type of smell….

New NC Building Code in Effect January 1, 2019

On January 1, 2019, the 2018 North Carolina Building Code (based on the 2015 IECC with amendments) went into effect. This new code should stay for at least 3 years, since NC typically runs a 3-year code cycle, and the 2012 NC building code was in effect for 6 years. The building code requires certain…