• Reduces temperature extremes, i.e. it helps to prevent environments being too hot or too cold.
  • Reduces noise and vibrations, such as those given off by stereos and televisions close to the parting wall of a semi detached house for example.
  • Helps to stabilise the two parting walls in a semi detached house for example.
  • Can reduce condensation.
  • Is very long lasting.
  • ‘Works’ immediately.
  • Performs in damp atmospheres as it has a closed cell structure, which means it is almost waterproof.
  • Does not get damp rotten and smelly if it is exposed to water.
  • Is compatible with electric wiring, there is no adverse reaction, unlike Polystyrene.

Product Description

Spray foam insulation is an alternative to traditional building insulation such as fiberglass. A two-component mixture composed of isocyanate and polyol resin comes together at the tip of a gun, and forms an expanding foam that is sprayed onto roof tiles, concrete slabs, into wall cavities, or through holes drilled in into a cavity of a finished wall.
Cavity walls consist of two ‘skins’ separated by a hollow space (cavity).[1] The skins are commonly masonry such as brick or concrete block. Masonry is an absorbent material, and therefore will slowly draw rainwater or even humidity into the wall. The cavity serves as a way to drain this water back out through weep holes at the base of the wall system or above windows, but is not necessarily vented. A cavity wall with masonry as both inner and outer skins is more commonly referred to as a double wythe masonry wall.