Spray foam insulation -
Spray Foam Insulation is probably the most versatile of all insulation materials. With this in mind Uvalue spray foam has focused its energy on perfecting spray foam application, saving time, money and most importantly energy. Uvalue spray foam insulation use NSAI water blown spray form as apposed to chemical blown spray foam, so when you property has be insulated your living environment is warmer andhealthier than before we started.
Insulating your attic with spray foam insulation has become the most effective method to save you money on your home heating bills. Remember a 50mm vapour gap is required by part L of the building regulation so water vapor can escape from your home.
Insulating the internal walls of your home prevents the buildup of moisture inside the cavity of your home, creating an airtight seal.
When choosing to insulate your newly built or renovated home with spray foam insulation, Floor insulation is the perfect method to prevent the heat loss caused by gaps in your floor boards.
Insulating your roof with spray foam insulation will aid the lifetime of your roof, preventing the breakout of cracks and leaks.
As per building regulations a 50mm air gap must be left before the foam can be sprayed. Our breathable vent card removes this problem.
Closed cell spray foam insulation
Closed cell spray foam insulation is used in agricultural, industrial and commercial insulation applications. as the cells are closed the expansion is more compact producing a hardened finish that is ridged, water proof, fire resistant with whatever uvalue and airtightness required.
Spray foam insulation is the most cost effective and long term maintenance free insulation choice for your shed or commercial premises.
When insulating your shipping container keeping an airtight and "breathable" seal is important to increase the lifetime of your container.
Traditional methods of boat insulation are time consuming to install since spray foam insulation expands after it has been sprayed this is no longer a problem.