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Spray Foam Insulation

The Benefits Of Spray Foam Insulation

We’ve felt it too. This winter’s been a chilly one. It’s made keeping the heat in and your energy bills down feel more important than ever. Having sound insulation in your home is one of the best ways to stay toasty. More than that, it keeps your energy bills low and reduces your carbon emissions.

Spray foam insulation is one of the simplest and most effective ways of insulating your home against the cold.

What Is Spray Foam Insulation And Why Is It So Effective?

Spray foam insulation is made of a specialised plastic that is used widely within the building industry, from insulating whole buildings to sealing off individual cracks and gaps. It bonds flawlessly to any material, including steel, wood, and plasterboard.

What’s more, when properly installed, it’s weatherproof, keeping your home insulated, rain or shine.

It is also used because of the speed and ease with which it can be used. It sets quickly and forms a perfect air-tight seal against whatever it bonds to. Almost like magic, it expands throughout its applied space, leaving a seamless finish with no room for heat to escape. 

Spray foam insulation sealing space between brick wall and wooden frame

Does It Lower Energy Bills?


Most homes’ heat loss comes from inadequate insulation. 25% of heat is lost through the roof, 35% through the walls, and around 15% through the floors. Spray insulation heavily reduces this heat loss. This means that your heating system won’t have to work as hard to keep your home warm. Which, in turn, reduces the cost of your energy bills.

What’s more, this isn’t the only financial incentive for spray foam insulation. This form of insulation is known for its longevity. Many conventional forms of insulation lose their efficiency and degrade in as little as 20 years. Spray foam insulation, however, can last up to 80 years, never losing its shape or utility.

Keep your energy bills low and choose an insulation that can keep your home warm for life.

contractor in ppc spraf foam insulating area

Is Spray Foam Insulation Eco-Friendly?

Modern spray foam insulation is made from renewable and non-toxic materials, reducing the amount of bio-waste we produce at large. Unlike outdated polyurethane foams, improvements in technology have helped modern foams to become the best option ethically as well as financially. 

Due to its airtight seal against structures and objects, it can also improve your home’s air quality. By preventing heat loss as well as keeping out any unwanted pests, your air filters won’t get filled with as much dust and allergens. This will naturally lead to a cleaner and healthier home that’s especially beneficial for anyone with respiratory problems. Moreover, due to its airtight seal, it doesn’t retain water lowering the risk of bacteria and rot.

If you’re concerned about any harmful gases being emitted when the spray foam is being applied, rest assured that if installed by a licensed professional, it will not emit any HFCs or HCFCs. It is made of over 99% of pure water-blown air which does not influence the environment. 

spray foam insulation gun in use

Contact Protec For Spray Foam Insulation Supply & Installation In Bodmin

For more information on our spray foam insulation service or to request a free home survey, contact us today.

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