Morgan Carter, owner of Spray Right, Inc. in Adkins, Texas, is the proud
father of a two year old boy, Ty Morgan Carter, as well as, two newborns.
On February 18th, 2011, Lane Ryan Carter, a healthy baby boy, came into
this world at 18 ½ inches, weighing 6 lbs., 10 ounces. Preceding
Lane Carter’s birth by almost a month, Morgan and wife Lindsay added
a second spray foam rig to their growing family business with a gooseneck’s
length of 32 feet and two Graco E-30 Reactors, ready to spray.
Before Morgan Carter founded Spray Right, Inc., in 2006, he attended Texas
Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas where he met future wife Lindsay
Pollok. Morgan majored in Kinesiology and was a left-handed pitcher for
TLU’s Baseball Team, the Bulldogs. Lindsay earned her degree in
Education and currently teaches sixth grade Language Arts for Navarro
Middle School in Geronimo, Texas. The two married in June of 2005 shortly
before Morgan heard about spray foam through his younger brother’s
friend who worked for a local spray foam contractor in the San Antonio
area. After a little research, Morgan found DEMILEC (USA) and contacted
former representative Michael Pierce. He learned of an upcoming Applicator
Training Course scheduled for the following week in Arlington and signed
up, never looking back.
“Always take pride in your work,” said Morgan’s father.
These words have instilled in Morgan a successful attitude and a remarkable
discipline that has been carried throughout Spray Right, Inc. From the
beginning, Morgan enjoyed selling spray foam because “It provides
significant improvements in energy efficiency and monthly savings that
my customers can take to the bank. This is a product that I can stand
Morgan took his new enterprise to the streets. First in Austin, he swiftly
picked up traction from homebuilders and homeowners alike. He established
a solid customer base and before long his reputation had spread to include
San Antonio contracts and plenty of business along the I-35 corridor,
embracing towns like New Braunfels and San Marcos. Morgan could not have
done this alone, but with the help of a few good men and one amazing woman
the business quickly built steam. Father-in-law Leroy Pollok aided Spray
Right in getting off the ground with sales, production management, and
by providing a vital hand in the assembly of their first rig. Foreman
Terry Sluder has been a critical part of Morgan’s team since day
one, and has performed every facet of the business. Lead spray tech Roque
Alvarado has earned his stripes as one of the most proficient sprayers
in the business, putting in thousands of hours behind the gun, on jobsites
around central Texas. Finally, Morgan describes his most important team
member and life partner, Lindsay Carter. “She has been the backbone
of our business allowing us to grow and thrive to where we are now.”
A few notable jobs you will find on the Spray Right resume’ include
a 40,000 ft² crawlspace; insulated, air sealed, and protected from
moisture with Demilec’s 2 lb closed-cell product Heatlok Soy 200
on a new Samsung Electronics facility in San Antonio. Another project
is a 30,000 ft² food distribution warehouse for HEB grocery stores
where Morgan and his crew applied 5.5 inches of Demilec’s 0.5 lb
open-cell Sealection 500 to the underside of the metal roof assembly.
Today this application protects millions of dollars of food inventory
from spoiling in the hot Texas sun. Spray Right was also called to insulate
a noteworthy residential build in Blanco, Texas, where they installed
both Sealection 500 and Heatlok Soy 200 on a house measuring over 21,000 ft².
Experience, integrity, workmanship, and the right people for the job are
a few characteristics that have put Spray Right Inc. at the forefront
of the spray foam industry in central and south Texas. Now with a second
rig and a new addition to the family, Spray Right is bigger than ever
and on the look-out for even more opportunities to grow.