Great Stuff Pro™ Window & Door (Low Expansion), 20oz Pro Can, Full Case (12 Cans)

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GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant (Full Case)

Energy efficient windows add greatly to your home's value. Do a thorough installation by filling all the voids and open areas left when you've fitted the window into the rough opening.  GREAT STUFF PRO Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant, in the high yield pro can, is a minimal expanding, low pressure-build, flexible polyurethane insulating foam sealant exclusively formulated to seal gaps around door and window frames after installation. It's low pressure build forms an airtight, water-resistant seal between the window frame and rough opening without pushing out or bowing frame and trim pieces. Its foam skin repels and deflects water, which can help reduce the potential for moisture damage in frame openings.

This listing is for 12 cans of Great Stuff Pro™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant.

GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Features & Benefits

  • Expands to take the shape of cracks and voids, helping stop drafts
  • Reduces pathways where insects can enter
  • Is tack-free in 20 minutes, trims within 1 hour, fully cured in 12 hours
  • Paintable, Stainable
  • Offers greater insulation value than chinked fiberglass or caulk
  • Foams a long lasting seal to minimize drafts
  • Expands and contracts to allow for seasonal weather conditions.
  • Fits Pro Foam Dispensing Guns allowing greater precision and access in hard to reach areas.
  • Pro Cans are reusable for up to 30 days, minimizing waste
  • UL classified
  • Conforms to ASTM & AAMA Standards
  • CCMC 13074-L

Note: This product can only be applied with a professional foam gun applicator. Click here to purchase our top quality foam gun.

We offer pickup at our Farmingdale, New Jersey warehouse. Free shipping only applicable to Continental U.S.

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  • 4
    Foam insulation works well

    Posted by C on Jan 26th 2015

    Foam insulation works very well. Not the best when it is exposed to very cold temps below freezing. It's not meant for it though. awarehousefull has been great.

  • 5
    Great Stuff Pro for Windows and Doors

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 15th 2015

    Went through 24 cans of this Great Stuff Pro on my new home to insulate around 2 doors and 26 very large Pella windows. Did the job ourselves. Application was simple, messy but got the job done. The yield on the can did not match our actual use however that could be because we never used the product before and may have a heavy hand, but I feel the use and price of this product will pay off in the long run on the energy efficiency we are trying to achieve.

  • 5
    great stuff

    Posted by Randy on Mar 18th 2014

    great price, fast shipping, great stuff!

  • 4
    Dow window & door

    Posted by robert remillard on Mar 17th 2014

    I'm not one for waste. There are a lot of things I like about using the foam gun vs. the cans with the straws you get from the local home improvement stores but the thing I like the most is there is very little waste when the foam ends the can is virtually empty.

  • 4
    Good for remodels or larger jobs

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 17th 2013

    I am remodelling an old house and have a lot of foam sealing to do. I have to seal electrical and pex plumbing penetrations as well as windows and doors. I called the Uponor technical assistance number and they said that this product and the orange crack and gap stuff are compatible with pex. They based that on the ingredient list. I got the 2' gun because of all the hard to reach spots and 10' high walls. I was worried it would be too bulky to handle for other applications but it is just fine. If you don't want the 2' gun, consider ordering the package deals of gun, foam, cleaner together. They seemed to be a better deal. Also, consider the tapered nozzles for extra control.