Cassie, Ty, and Branson own and operate iFOAM of Baton Rouge. Collectively, this family brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the business, and they are excited to bring this spray foam product to local developers and homeowners.
Ty and Cassie, married with 3 kids, are recent transplants to Louisiana. They relocated from Georgia last fall and are becoming fast converts to this lifestyle of purple and gold (Go Tigers!), crawfish boils and of course, King Cake! They are thrilled to be a part of this amazing community and to be able to grow this family business here.
Branson (Cassie’s brother) works as a defense attorney in Salt Lake City. When not working or studying the law, he’s an amazing husband and father to 6, serves in church, is an expert cookie chef and avid video game player. "Look, education is good, but video games are better!" – Branson
Ty is a former Army officer and combat veteran. He has his MBA and has worked as a Director of Operations. For him, life away from work means a chance to smoke meat and get out in the woods with his family and dogs. He’s a loyal member of the Traeger-hood; He can be found making mouthwatering food for family and friends after church every Sunday afternoon.
Cassie is finishing her MA in clinical counseling, has been an entrepreneur her whole life, currently owns and operates an online business, and she is a devotee to all things related to “The Office”. She neither admits nor denies that she’s watched the whole series more times than she has fingers! Thankfully, she enjoys both cookies and barbecue!
These three are excited to bring iFOAM to the Baton Rouge area. They know that iFOAM is the superior spray foam insulation product and share a commitment to a fantastic experience for their customers, both commercial and residential. They know the development and construction community will be blessed by the quality solutions they can provide. Call today to get an estimate or get familiar with the team.
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