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Tri County Foam Insulation, LLC
5313 CO RD 82 SE
Alexandria, MN 56308

Phone: 320-852-7050
Fax: 775-305-1819

Corey Poepping (Owner)
Cell: 320-766-1349

Josh Seidel (Sales Manager)
Cell: 320-766-0200

Jason Ness (Sales)
Cell: 320-760-2401

Ryan Cleland (Concrete Lifting Sales)
Cell: 320-760-1681

Wendy Szech (Office Manager)
Phone: 320-852-7050

The Professional Contractor You Can Trust for All Your Insulation and Concrete Lifting Needs
At Tri County Foam Insulation our services are utilized across all sectors, including residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial.

As a long-standing insulation contractor we have successfully provided proper insulating barriers on everything from new home builds and pole sheds to airplane hangers and grain silos. Focusing on insulation, we know all the ins and outs when it comes to insulation types, installation methods, and what to use where – along with that we maintain a high-level of specialization in spray foam products. By taking our understanding of spray foam and applying it to other applications, we are able to provide concrete repair services in the form of concrete lifting.

Our Range of Services

Single family home stripped of siding and sheeting so spray foam insulation could be installed | Residential Spray Foam Insulation Services
Residential Structures

Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation Services for Residential Structures

Spray foam insulation (closed cell) is quickly becoming the go-to choice among homeowners, including those building new as well as those looking to remodel. Its natural action of expanding to fill every crack and crevice, forming a tight seal, makes it the perfect insulator. As a seamless application it prevents moisture from coming through, reducing humidity that often leads to mold and mildew issues.

Spray foam insulation’s innate ability to expand means it is highly cost-effective, saving you money on future heating and cooling costs. At Tri County Foam Insulation we have a wealth of installation experience within the residential sector.

  • New Home Construction
  • Home Additions
  • Home Renovations
  • Attics
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Garages

Interior of an airplane hanger that recently had spray foam insulation installed on the walls and ceiling | Commercial Spray Foam Insulation Services
Commercial Roofing

Roofing Spray Foam Services for Commercial Structures

While all commercial buildings benefit from spray foam insulation, buildings with flat roofs often have the greatest advantages. Our experience has shown that flat roofs tend to leak easier than their peaked counterparts; and they often have larger heating and cooling costs. For these reasons, and others, our spray foam services are a perfect solution for flat roofs and all other commercial buildings.

At Tri County Foam Insulation we utilize a closed cell foam roofing system product. It is one of the lightest insulating roof systems in the industry, providing an abundance of beneficial advantages without the added weight.

  • Adds Structural Strength
  • Reduces Heating and Cooling Costs
  • Forms a Tight Seal
  • Light Weight

When it comes to spray foam for commercial roofs we rely on a BASF product proven to work with a variety of roofing structures, including flat roofs. As a professional spray foam insulation contractor we retain certified applicators and welcome any questions you may have, contact us for additional information.

Exposed roof rafters showing the newly installed spray foam insulation for soundproofing reasons | Soundproofing Services

Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation for Soundproofing

All forms of insulation have some sound lessening qualities, but open cell spray foam insulation boasts soundproofing abilities that are better than most. As a low density product, open cell spray foam contains tiny cells that remain open and are connected by air pockets. These open cells and air pockets create a final product that has a soft “spongy” texture, good for thermal insulating but great for sound absorption. Like its closed cell counterpart, open cell spray foam provides an air tight barrier, is mold and pest resistant, adheres to most building materials, and is extremely energy efficient.

At Tri County Foam Insulation we suggest open cell spray foam when soundproofing is the primary goal. For this reason, we often rely on open cell spray foam for sound-blockage insulating of home theater rooms, interior bedroom walls, home offices, business conference rooms, and more.

Whether building new or renovating an existing space, we can assist with temperature control insulation as well as soundproofing insulation. Contact us to learn more – 320.852.7050.

Going Beyond Spray Foam Insulation

While spray foam insulation often boasts more benefits, there are times when other forms of insulation are a more suitable option to meet your insulating and budgetary requirements. For those reasons we also offer and install the more traditional forms of insulation, including blown cellulose and fiberglass batt. At Tri County Foam Insulation we strive to be your go-to source for all your insulation needs.

Insulation expert installing blown cellulose insulation | Blown Cellulose Insulation Services
Blown Cellulose

Blown Cellulose Insulation

Somewhat less expensive than spray foam, blown cellulose still offers exceptional insulating qualities. A large percentage of our blown cellulose jobs involve attics – either attics that were left with no insulation, or attics that were originally under-insulated. Fortunately our blown cellulose can often be applied directly over the top of your attic’s existing insulation base, boosting its R-value to meet today’s insulation standards and your comfort desires.

Adding to your attic’s insulation level is a smart energy-saving investment. It’s an insulation upgrade you will notice immediately, and one you will enjoy for as long as you own your home. Contact us to learn more, and to see if blown cellulose insulation is an option for your attic.

Exposed roof rafters in an attic showing installed fiberglass batt insulation | Fiberglass Batt Insulation Services
Fiberglass Batt

Fiberglass Batt Insulation

Used as an insulating material for centuries, fiberglass batt still remains one of the most widely installed types of insulation today. Available in pre-cut panels, with or without facing, fiberglass insulation is easily installed. The panels fit effortlessly into standard-size stud and joist frame cavities found along walls, floors, and ceilings. When it comes to using fiberglass batt insulation our installers at Tri County Foam Insulation can easily use it in new home construction, home renovations, additions, walls, attics, and more.

Less expensive than spray foam insulation, the trade-off with fiberglass batt comes down to its thermal capabilities. Depending on the density selected, certain high-performance batts can obtain thermal resistance values ranging between R-3.7 and R-4.3 per inch thickness, while standard fiberglass batts typically fall between R-2.9 and R-3.8 per inch thickness. When compared to the polyurethane closed cell spray foam we use, there is a significant difference.

Whether you opt to use all fiberglass batt or a mix of various insulating materials throughout your home or business, we can help. Contact us to learn more.

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Barrier Coatings

Ignition & Thermal Barrier Coatings

More of a safety feature than an insulating boost, thermal barriers refer to some form of separation between any installed spray foam and the interior of the building (actual living space). Most spray foam insulation jobs naturally include a thermal barrier in the form of sheetrock on the walls and ceiling.

Areas that commonly do not contain pre-planned thermal barriers, but where spray foam is often installed include attics and crawl spaces. In these situations an ignition barrier (in the form of a spray on or brush on coating) is required to protect the exposed spray foam on the attic and/or crawl space side.

Fortunately at Tri County Foam Insulation we fully understand the construction codes related to thermal barriers and ignition coatings. We know which form of protection needs to be placed where, and are properly trained to install them. If you have questions about ignition coatings and thermal barriers as they relate to your home, we welcome you to contact us to receive answers or to schedule an in-home consultation.

Worker installing injectable fill foam around the inside of a window | Injectable Fill Foam Insulation Services
Injectable Fill Foam

Injectable Fill Foam Insulation

Injectable Fill Foam Insulation – also known as injected foam, injection foam or wall injection foam – is a popular option among homeowners who are looking to increase the insulted properties of existing finished walls. Like spray polyurethane foam (SPF), injectable fill foam has outstanding insulating benefits, reducing overall energy costs. But unlike SPF, it does not expand, as its primary use is for filling enclosed building cavities.

Benefits of Injectable Fill Foam

  • Offers an air tight seal with high R-values
  • Resistant to fire and mold
  • No harmful fumes – safe during and after installation
  • Lessens exterior noise
  • Reduces energy costs related to heating and cooling
  • Designed to flow before hardening – filling around electrical wires, outlet boxes and existing insulation
  • Allows homeowners to obtain the insulating benefits of SPF without having to deconstruct or open finished walls

The insulating foam is injected into a series of access holes made on either the interior or exterior of your house. Once the application process is complete, the access holes are sealed and appropriately finished to hide their existence.

When looking into options for increasing your home’s energy efficiency we hope you consider injectable fill foam. Contact us at Tri County Foam Insulation to learn more or to schedule an in-home consultation, we welcome the opportunity to increase the overall comfort in your existing home, cabin, garage, or workshop.

Before and After photos of a concreate garage apron | Concrete Lifting Services by Tri County Foam Lifting
Concrete Lifting

Concrete Lifting Services

At Tri County Foam Insulation we don't just use foam for insulating anymore. We are able to use it to correct issues in one of your property's hardest surfaces — concrete.

Whether you have a sunken concrete slab, unlevel sidewalk, or slopping concrete steps, we can fix it. There are two main issues that cause concrete to sink — either poor soil compaction before the concrete was poured, or soil erosion due to excessive water run-off. Regardless of the root cause, the result is an empty space located under your concrete, which in turn leads to concrete cracking or sinking. The solution used to be ripping out the old and installing new; however, concrete is not cheap; Tri County Foam's solution — concrete lifting.

Concrete Lifting: How it Works

At Tri County Foam Insulation we proudly use SPI's Eco-Rise Polyurethane Foam to correct a number of minor and major concrete issues. First, we strategically drill penny sized holes through the negatively impacted concrete and insert injection ports into the holes. From there one of our trained installers pumps high-density foam through the holes. The injected foam expands to fill voids under the concrete and bonds with the soil to produce a stable base. Immediately your concrete is lifted back into place — and the resulting "soil/foam base" prevents further erosion. The injection holes and any cracks are professional finished with an industrial joint filling epoxy. You are now ready to immediately use your steps, driveway or sidewalk again.

Concrete lifting performed by Tri County Foam Insulation is truly an all around fix. Contact Ryan Cleland at or 320.760.1681 to get a FREE estimate – take the first step in correcting your concrete issues!

Visit our GALLERY to see before and after photos.

Illustration steps depicting how concrete lifting works using foam


Our innovative and proven solution checks all the boxes.

  • Long Lasting — SPI's Eco-Rise polyurethane foam will never break down or erode
  • Non-Invasive — No heavy equipment, no added property disturbances
  • Clean — no water, no mud, no heavy equipment = no mess
  • Quick — issues can be corrected in 15 minutes to a few hours with no wait time required afterward
  • Cost Effective — 50-70% less than concrete replacement
  • Environmentally Friendly — SPI's Eco-Rise product is safe for use anywhere
  • Flexible — Proven to correct residential, commercial, and industrial concrete issues


  • Sidewalks
  • Driveways
  • Warehouse Floors
  • Parking Lots
  • Basement Floors
  • Stairs and Stoops
  • Garage Aprons
  • Machine Pads
  • Garage / Shop Floors
  • Patios and Pool Decks
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