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Spray Foam Insulation - Lloydminster

LUX Insulation is a family owned and operated insulation company serving Lloydminster and surrounding areas. 

Our vision is to bring a “red carpet” treatment to the Spray Foam Insulation industry through an honest, ethical and transparent approach to business. 

As Spray Foam is arguably the best insulation product on the market, LUX Insulation is working to provide a level of customer experience that is in line with a premium product.

Spraying 2lb closed cell foam under a cantilever in Lloydminster.
2x6 Walls sprayed and cleaned up. Nexseal 2.0

Well for a long time the building industry has toted around the term R-Value.

Spray Foam Insulation is not a new product. It is a polyurethane and people have been using polyurethanes in their homes, office and automobiles for a very long time. So what makes Spray Foam the right choice for your home or other construction project? Well for a long time the building industry has toted around the term R-Value. This word or term is just the measurement of how long it takes for temperature to penetrate a given material. Well within the last several years, Alberta building codes have begun to recognize that no rvalue is sufficient without a proper seal to keep air from infiltrating the building envelope. This is where closed cell spray foam insulation makes its mark in protecting buildings in Lloydminster and across Alberta.

Residential home sprayed in 2x6 walls R22

Residential Services

  • Spray Foam
  • Attic Insulation
  • Insulation Removal
  • Concrete Lifting
Commercial Building air seal sprayed in 2lb foam and monokote 3306

Commercial Services

  • Spray Foam
  • Roof Coatings
  • Air Seal
  • Concrete Lifting
Agricultural Spray Foam Insulation and Coatings for farms

Agricultural Services

  • Spray Foam
  • Roof Coatings
  • Grain Bin Sealing
  • Concrete Lifting

Oilfield Services

  • Spray Foam (class 1)
  • Ditch Foam
  • Towerthone
  • Coatings


Closed cell polyurethane foam insulation has been widely televised for years and has gained popularity with many. People frequently point to the fact that Spray Foam has one of the highest rvalue ratings of all the building materials. Though this is a fact, the real measure of spray foam’s efficiency comes from it’s strength as an air and vapour barrier all in one. The idea that the r-value of a material is important when the building envelope is leaking air is a failed concept. Spray Foam’s expansion fills gaps and holes that would be left by batt & poly. Basically it doesn’t matter how high the r-value is if you can hold you hand of an electrical outlet and feel air. The building must be sealed.

Why LUX?

Connection! So much technology today and lots of it is great. But we want to talk with you and hear about your project or insulation issues you may be facing. Start with a phone call. Feel free to email or even text us (yes our main line is a cell phone for that reason). We will respond and get the process started. We can answer your questions or simply schedule an estimator to visit with you and provide a free quote. Next comes the work. Our spray rigs will never show up without a certified spray foam installer to ensure your job is handled with care and professionalism. Our equipment is up to date with industry standard and we have an un wavering commitment to training and growth. Our team is here to provide our spray foam insulation services to Lloydminster and surrounding areas as well as Battleford Sk and surrounding areas.

Yes. According to CAN/ULC s705.2 which regulates spray foam installs, the building must exchange .3 air exchanges every hour for 24 hours before you can occupy the space. On job sites and commercial applications, no person(s) can be within 10m of in progress spray foam insulation.

Properly Installed Spray Foam is inert after installation. The spray foam industry in Canada is regulated both for installation and for manufacturing. No closed cell medium density spray foam can be manufactured under the CAN/ULC s705.1 standard if there are detectable VOC’s after 24 hours.

A vapour barrier is not needed over spray foam that is at least 2 inches thick.

Spray Foam insulation can cost between $2.75 and $10 per square foot or more depending on how thick it is applied and how much is being installed. An R20 is open areas may cost between $4.50 and $5.57 sqft.