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WDS is proud to be one of the pioneers in premium spray applied acoustical finishes. We are the experts and can help design and customize our products to your specifications and achieve any rating. Spray applied acoustic finishes are the perfect solution to your sound and insulation needs.
WDS is the preferred and licensed installer of International Cellulose Corporation, world’s leading developer and manufacturer of spray acoustical finishes.
Supreme Sound Performance
Class 1 Fire Rated • Refined Finish • LEED Creditable • Custom Colors • Safe For High Traffic Arenas
Ideal for both historical restorations and modern design trends
- Fellowship halls
- Hotel ballrooms
- Conference areas
Available in custom colors allowing your design team the opportunity to be creative with ceilings and walls that contribute to the room’s design theme.
Economical acoustic control with a luxurious finish
High Sound Absorbency • Attractive Textured Finish • High NRC Rating: .65 @ ½” • Light Reflective Finish
Ideal for new construction & renovation jobs
- Passenger terminals
Available in White and Artic White. Specially matched colors are also available as a design option.
Customizable Sound and Thermal Control
Customizable To Your Specific Project Requirements Including: Insulation • Noise Reduction • Color • Condensation • Texture • & More
Ideal for all projects
- Sports facilities
- Detention facilities
- Television and sound studios
- Convention centers
- Parking garages
- Ice rinks
Stock colors include White, Light Grey, Grey, Tan, Beige and Black.
Spray foam insulation is an alternative to traditional building insulation such as fiberglass. A two-component mixture composed of isocyanate and polyol resin comes together at the tip of a gun, and forms an expanding foam that is sprayed onto roof tiles, concrete slabs, into wall cavities, or through holes drilled into a cavity of a finished wall.
BENEFITS OF SPRAY FOAM INSULATION
Spray foam insulation saves on energy costs and lowers utility bills. Studies by the US Department of Energy show that 40% of a home's energy is lost as the result of air infiltration through walls, windows and doorways. Buildings treated with spray foam insulation typically insulate as much as 50% better than traditional insulation products.
Insulation that is sprayed in buildings protects against moisture, which provides the benefit of reducing the chance of harmful mold and mildew. Eliminating mold growth reduces the likelihood of rotting wood in a home, and allergic reactions to mold spores.
In addition to building temperature and moisture control, spray foam insulation is often used to reduce noise. Foam insulation serves as a barrier to airborne sounds, and reduces airborne sound transfer through a building's roof, floor and walls.
In the United States, homes treated with spray foam insulation often qualify for state and federal tax deductions.