Why choose spray foam?

Spray foam insulation can turn your house into a cosy and more energy efficient home. With benefits that outweigh traditional methods, there are many reasons to choose this product.

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What makes spray foam the right insulation product?

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Save more energy with spray foam

Did you know that up to 40% of heat loss is due to air leakage? Traditional types of insulation like fibre glass and mineral wool can leave gaps, whereas spray foam gently expands into every space to create an airtight seal. It’s a highly effective way to save up to 56%* on your energy bills while increasing your comfort.

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A safe investment for the long term

Choosing the most durable product will make sure you get the best insulation for years to come. Whilst traditional materials can sag or settle over time, spray foam maintains its shape and insulating qualities. Professional installations can carry a 25-year warranty, which gives peace of mind for those that want to invest in the long term.

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Improve your home comfort, rain or shine

Spray foam also provides an effective moisture barrier, protecting against the dangers of damp. Which is a bonus here in the UK, where wet weather can cause the build-up of mould and mildew. By preventing moisture – and pollens and pollutants - from entering, spray foam contributes to a healthier and more comfortable home.

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Dial down the external noise

Another reason to choose spray foam is for its proven acoustic qualities. Spray foam acts as a sound barrier in walls and ceilings, ideal for homeowners who live in noisier neighbourhoods and for those who need more peace and quiet, day or night, from room to room.

How is spray foam making a difference to homeowners everyday comfort?

Cold drafts, damp conditions… the time had come for this homeowner to finally do something about it. Find out why spray foam was the best way for Brian to increase comfort whilst reducing his energy use.

*Based on a study led by RGU’s Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment, Heriot-Watt University and Icynene in September 2018.