Foam comfort came to insulate my attic today. I haven't been able to give the job a full inspection yet but they were really easy and professional to deal with throughout the whole process. I called around to a few other companies and pretty much everyone else I talked to was really rude on the phone, so that alone made the choice of going with foam comfort quite a bit easier. Once the estimator came, again I was reassured, he was on time, polite, really friendly. He did try to get me to insulate my brick walls which I have read a lot that you should not insulate structural brick walls from the inside in a century old home, so that was a bit of a turnoff but they're in the business of selling insulation so again, not a biggie. The guys showed up on time this morning, I showed them the job site, they taped off the areas that were outside of the work area and said they'd be done in 3 hours. I came back and they were completely done and were cleaning up. As the foam is offgassing you need to be out of the house for at least 24 hours. I put on a chemical mask that I own though and opened up my skylights to air out the space and gave the job site a quick inspection. Here's a before and after shot of the attic. All and all I was really happy with my experience, everyone was really friendly and easy to deal with throughout the process. No one gave me any attitude or complained about anyone else in the company, which are things I always pickup on. It will take a few months to see what difference the product has on my heating bill. I will update this review if there are any issues.
I've attached a before and after photo of the space and a couple shots of the guys cleaning up.