What is an AIP?

It is an (A)pplicator (I)nformation (P)rogram that we present which covers the information required to understand all the aspects needed to properly apply and install Spray Polyurethane Foam

Its objective –  to inform spray foam contractors and applicators regarding proper equipment usage, maintenance, proper application techniques, and health and safety considerations.  Not only is this course incredibly educational, but it is also mandatory for any company wanting to purchase from our range of high quality spray foam insulation products.  We believe that well-trained installers are essential for both the customers and the industry.

OK so why come to Spray Foam Distributors of New England?…Because we are not your typical “Foam Distributor”!

Here at SFDONE , we provide one of the most comprehensive in depth spray foam trainings to ensure your success.

We basically have packed years of hands on real world spray foam experience into the 3 day intense course.

You will leave here with invaluable knowledge, passed on from people with real life experience.

Once you become our foam customer, we will have one of our techs spend time on one of your jobs in the field, to help hone your skills and technique’s which will optimize your efficiency. Plus, as a thank you for being our customer, you will receive unrelenting support 7 days a week and have access to our “Rental Rig”. Yes we have a self-contained state of the art spray foam rental available for our customers. So when you get into a situation where you need a back-up rig, we have one for you.

We provide these trainings once a month for a nominal fee of $500 per person. That is credited back to you off your first 2 set order, so it is essentially, FREE!

In addition, if you hire a new employee, you can send them to our AIP (at no charge if you’re a regular foam customer of ours)!

It doesn’t get any better than this, so reserve your spot ASAP!

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EEBA Seminar

April 1, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This class illustrates why well insulated, tighter, properly ventilated homes can actually perform better, last longer and are healthier to live in than the typically insulated, "accidentally ventilated" home.
Newer energy codes require new homes and additions to be 30-50% more energy efficient than the 2006 codes. This requires that homes have considerably more insulation and be tight and tested to 3-5 air changes per hour. That's pretty tight and time consuming unless you know how to do it.
Steve Easley (internationally recognized construction consultant and educator, specializing in solving building science related problems) uses slides from the field to show problems and cost effective solutions to meet the new codes and build high performances homes without the moisture problems. How many times have you heard the phrase "We never had these problems with homes until we started tightening homes up."


April 1, 2016
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Unnamed Venue
Indian Head Resort, 664 US-3
Lincoln, NH 03251 United States
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The agenda for our AIP course is as follows:



Coffee and Pastries provided

9:00 – Class Starts

– Application Chemistry – Health & Safety

– Lunch ~ Provided

– Foam Retrofitting – Building Codes & Science Basics

– Equipment Introduction

– Equipment Supply System

– Proportion Pumps & Common Drives

– Primary Heaters & Heated Hoses

5:00 – Dismiss

– Coffee and Pastries provided

9:00 –Introduction to Spray Guns

– Equipment Spray Gun PowerPoint

– Guns – Hands on

– Lunch ~ Provided

– Troubleshooting

– Extras Review Q&A

– Test –  Discussions on Bidding, Measuring, Masking, ETC…

5:00 – Dismiss

– Coffee and Pastries provided

9:00 – Hands on Startup procedures

– Hands on Spraying

– Lunch ~ Provided

– Hands on Spraying Cont’d

– Hands on Shut down procedures

TBD – Course completion –


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