N.H. Spray Foam Company Partners with Lapolla Industries

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As licensed Lapolla insulators, Climate Shield will distribute and install the company's products to its residential, commercial, industrial and contractor customers.

Climate Shield specializes in installing spray foam throughout structures, including basements, attics, ceilings, foundations, HVAC ductwork, garages, crawl space and more.

Climate Shield, a leading NH spray foam and geothermal provider, has partnered with Lapolla Industries Inc. to install the manufacturer's reliable insulation products throughout New England.

As licensed Lapolla insulators, Climate Shield will distribute and install the company's products to its residential, commercial, industrial and contractor customers. Lapolla carries a wide array of spray foam and specialty coating products geared toward buildings of all types and sizes, including health care facilities, food processing plants, schools, colleges, agricultural buildings, wine/dairy tanks and cold storage facilities, among many others.

“We are more than proud to offer Lapolla's suite of products for our New Hampshire and New England customers,” Craig Bland, Climate Shield's founder, said. “When it comes to insulation, Lapolla's products are second-to-none.”

Spray polyurethane foam has been used for decades, but its popularity has surged in recent years thanks to its energy-saving capabilities. Spray foam helps keep the interiors of buildings cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In the long-term, this saves homeowners and businesses considerably by slashing their heating and cooling costs.

Climate Shield specializes in installing spray foam throughout structures, including basements, attics, ceilings, foundations, HVAC ductwork, garages, crawl spaces and more. The company works closely with general contractors and subcontractors within a 100-mile radius that encompasses New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

Climate Shield also offers geothermal energy services. Geothermal heating taps into the Earth's natural temperatures. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that building owners can save between 30 to 70 percent in heating costs and 20 to 50 percent on cooling costs using the technology. The systems last decades with minimal maintenance.

About Climate Shield
Climate Shield, a subsidiary of CDB Mechanical, is trusted by many high-profile companies for their spray foam insulation and geothermal heating needs. Though based in Concord, N.H., Climate Shield provides services throughout most of New England. The company's seasoned heating and cooling professionals go the extra mile in ensuring the solutions they implement are as cost-effective, energy-efficient and healthy as possible. For more information, call (603) 219-0697, email info@climateshield.com or visit http://www.climateshieldnh.com.

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