236 Gilbert Rd Mocksville, North Carolina
(336) 998-8889

Your Comfort is Our Priority

"Would like to say that Foam Comfort Systems did exactly what they said they would do. They cleaned up after themselves and did a nice, neat job. Leo was great to work with. I will continue to hire them for this type work."

"Strongly recommend!" 

~ Chris Johnson, CKJ Building & Design, Advance, NC

Client Testimonials

Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:

Foam Comfort Systems recently insulated my personal attic with spray foam and we could immediately tell a difference in the energy efficiency of our home. The product itself is much cleaner compared to conventional insulation. Leo and the crew were prompt, friendly and conscientious. I highly recommend Leo and Foam Comfort Systems LLC, and will continue to use them for all of my spray foam insulation projects. I can’t wait to feel the difference during more extreme temperatures.

Brad Rogers

Brad Rogers Construction, Inc Advance, NC

We recently contracted Foam Comfort Systems to insulate our forever home and could not be happier with our decision. From the meticulous prep work to protect our windows and doors, the quality of the materials and professional installation, all the way to the superb clean up crew, this is an A+ company. Leo and his team exceeded our expectations and did it under budget. A sincere thank you from this happy customer. 

Ryan O’Berry

Home Owner in North Carolina

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At Foam Comfort Systems, protecting your family home is our highest priority. Whether you have an older home or remodel that needs an upgrade, CONTACT US today for a free quote and give us the opportunity to show you how we can save you money and increase the value of your home with professional spray foam insulation services and sealed crawl spaces.


We specialize in the cost efficient spray foam application on metal and pole barn buildings, commercial block buildings, and all other commercial applications. We would enjoy creating a free estimate for you, no matter how large or small the job.



Choosing an insulation installer with experience ensures that your job is completed on time without surprises. At Foam Comfort Systems, we have been in the construction industry for more than 25 years.

Choose a company with experience. A company you can trust.

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Spray foam insulation or spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is an alternative to traditional building insulation such as fiberglass.


Injection foam can be installed into an enclosed cavity, such as existing walls with no need to tear down walls.


Roofing Foams, Water and Oil Containment, Sealants and many more Industrial Applications.



Spray Foam Insulation is quickly becoming the preferred solution for new construction and retrofit projects alike. Designed to effectively fill cracks and crevices, SPF is applied quickly and cures within seconds. It is mold resistant, permanent and provides a “custom fit” insulation solution unique to each structure because it is easily applied to awkward spaces, such as around pipes, crawl spaces, roof peaks, attics and walls.

Even older homes and buildings can benefit from spray foam insulation. With slow-rise SPF installed in external walls and the correct spray foam in the attic, drafty old houses can become more energy efficient by today’s standards. Plus, existing HVAC units and duct work will function in a less demanding “conditioned” environment, potentially extending the life of this expensive equipment.

There are two general types of spray foam insulation – open-cell and closed-cell.

  • Less expensive per inch
  • Creates sound barrier
  • R-value of 3.5 to 3.7 per/inch
  • Reduces noise transmission
  • Interior walls and rafters
  • Creates an air tight barrier
  • R-value of 6 to 6.5 per/inch
  • Metal buildings, attics and exterior walls.
  • Adds strength and rigidity for improved structural integrity.
  • Reduces noise transmission
  • Moisture and vapor barrier

Understanding R-Values

R-VALUE is a measure of the capacity of a material to resist heat transfer.

An insulating material’s resistance to conductive heat flow is measured or rated in terms of its thermal resistance or R-value. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating effectiveness. In North Carolina, you should try to achieve an R-Value of 38-49 in the attic, 20 in walls, and 19 in floors. Though these values can change based on the type of construction and heating system used. CONTACT US for a free consultation. GET STARTED NOW

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