Spray foam works in many different conditions. Spray foam is beneficial for roofs, windows or exterior walls.
Spray foam insulation is not only warm and comfortable in winter but also cools your home in summer. The “Cell” structure of the composition allows for moisture to escape, which helps to allow the house to breathe.
Other uses include: commercial and industrial buildings; agricultural farms houses; sheds; shipping containers; vessels; and the refrigeration industry.
It also forms an airtight seal around your home to prevent rain and cold wind from entering. The heat will escape from your home, unlike other insulating items on the marketplace today.
Spray foam insulation is without doubt the most efficient insulating material today. It has a higher U value than other insulating materials such as rock wool, fiberglass and cellulose.
Spray foam insulation is also a good sound barrier. It reduces outside noise by up to 50%. This is particularly beneficial if the home or business is located near an airport or densely populated city.
It’s used to dampen sounds that travel from room to room and across floors between interior walls. It is particularly useful in bathrooms, where the noises of flushing toilets and showers can be annoying.
It is simple to use and won’t cause any disruption to daily life.
Traditional Irish homes can be insulate in just one day.
Encasing and isolating pipes reduces noise in the walls or under-floor.
If you plan on using the loft/attic as storage space, you should lay boards above the joists. Insulation will not be thick enough if you insulate only between the joists.
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