Spray foam is versatile and can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Spray foam can be used on roofs, windows and attics as well underfloor heating systems and interior and external walls.
Spray foam insulation will not only keep you home warm in winter, but will also keep it cool during the 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 has proven to be the most effective insulation material on the market today. It has a higher U value than other insulating materials such as rock wool, fiberglass and cellulose.
Spray foam insulation is excellent as a sound barrier. Spray foam insulation significantly reduces noise from outside. This is particularly beneficial if the home or business is located near an airport or densely populated city.
It is often used to reduce sound travel from one room to another or between floors within the walls. It is especially useful for bathroom walls where noises from toilets and showers can cause nuisances.
It is very easy to use and doesn’t cause any disruption to everyday life.
It is possible to insulate a traditional Irish house in one day.
The pipes are also protected and insulated to reduce noise.
Boards should be laid over the joists if the loft or attic is to be used for storage. It is not enough to insulate between the joints if you do not cover the entire area.
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