Mid-Atlantic Spray Systems, Inc.
Certified Spray Foam and Polyurea Experts
We not only promise to deliver exceptional results; we promise a pleasurable experience. We handle everything from prep to clean up. And, yes, we do leave the site absolutely clean.
We are bonded and insured. All of our workers must pass a background check.
What can MASS can do for me?
Our expert inspectors will assess your project and determine if any defects exist or if the life of your job can be extended through simple modification of maintenance. We use cutting-edge technology and provide you with a comprehensive report after every inspection. We always focus on providing you with the most cost effective solution. We will never try to sell you more service than you need. We are honest and reliable. Our preventative maintenance programs protect your investment and give you peace of mind. Our regular inspection program will find potential problems and solve them before they cause significant damage. We save you money! Ensure that your new build is complete with installed precision. Our focus on structural integrity, energy efficiency, and visual appeal makes us your best choice for all of your needs.
We are committed to manufacturing and delivering quality products that help our network of spray applicators offer solutions that contribute to high-performance building objectives.
In the spray foam industry, there are three primary product types – open-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation, closed-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation, and closed-cell spray polyurethane roofing foam. We manufacture all three types.
We have orange foam to signify our AirTight spray insulation product line. We have regular color spray foam to signify our Foam-LOK insulation and roofing product line. That is probably not the answer that you are looking for, right?
Here is the real answer: ALL spray foam insulation and roofing products are comprised of two components, an “A” Component or Isocyanate and a “B” Component. The “B” Component is our “cookie dough.” The specialized chemistry that formulates the “B” Component differentiates one foam system from another.
Some “B” Components have a small percentage of sucrose based polyols and some have soy. Even more important than the percentage of biobase materials in the “B” Component, is that spray foam insulation and roofing materials, when properly installed, contribute to sustainable buildings and energy conservation.
In 2004, 40% of all U.S. total emissions of greenhouse gases were from electricity generation, and 35% of this was from residential use. By utilizing technology and products that reduce energy consumption we take an active role in helping reduce greenhouse gases, thus slowing the effects of global warming.