Spray Foam Insulation Scotland
Retain Up To 45% More Heat With Spray Foam Insulation
Lapolla Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation
Open-Cell Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation
Open cell Lapolla spray foam expands over 100 times it’s original size to fill all kinds of cavities and attaches to almost every type of material and wall framing.
Lapolla reduces air leakage and vapor intrusion, providing the very pinnacle of heat reduction.
Spray Foam Insulation Scotland
Are you looking for the best home insulation?
Lapolla’s spray foam insulation should be your go-to solution.
The company provides a spray foam insulation solution, which makes it more reliable than conventional types of insulation. Lapolla’s home insulation system has a tonne of benefits as listed above and also including:
*It boosts thermal efficiency.
*No need for air filtration.
*Easy to use, apply and cure.
*It is versatile, thus useful for many applications.
*Provides you with the highest achievable air tightness.
*Ideal for both interior walls and lofts.
While spray foam is mainly meant for walls and lofts, its versatility makes it fit for floors and
soffits too. Also, with the right skills and some changes to its formulation, the insulation can be applied
to cavity walls.
The use of loft insulation will retain up to 45% more heat in your home. Spending your money on new central heating and double glazing could be wasted if your loft is not properly insulated, all of our customers report reductions in heating bills and an overall improved temperature in their homes after having Lapolla Icynene spray foam loft insulation installed.
Make your home Airtight With Spray Foam
Designing and building an airtight home takes professionalism and skills. The aim should be to
identify any envelope issues and come up with an immediate solution. There is no better way to do
so than using spray foam insulation and other quality sealing products.
The typical insulation solutions are not reliable when it comes to rectifying most envelope
problems such as;
*Crawl space ventilation issues
*Ideally, insulation is meant to help save energy
Not to forget that it is good for your indoor air quality, comfort and durability. Airtight spray foam
is precisely meant to meet all these needs. The investment gives you peace of mind knowing that
your family is safe and comfortable and that their energy bills are sorted. Caulking and weather stripping are among the top reasons behind overall cost savings.
What exactly is foam insulation? Like the name suggests, this insulation comes in the form of liquid foam, which is then sprayed on the areas of your choice to create an insulating layer.
Spray form insulation can be used for a range of areas in your home, including and not limited to loft, walls, roofs and floors. The product has been in the market for more than 30 years and is steadily growing in popularity as more homeowners find it a reliable and convenient way to stop air leakage. However, the only downside is that it is more expensive than conventional insulation types like polystyrene slabs, glass wool, and EPS. Spray foam insulation comes in two main types, closed-cell spray foam and open-cell spray foam. The ideal choice for you depends on your needs and budget. It also depends on what you wish to do with the spray.
Hopefully, this guide helps you understand the different types of spray foam and which one is
best for your loft.
Expected Savings With Spray Foam Insulation
While no energy company provides spray foam insulation for free, you should consider if your
energy supplier is willing to do it. Some energy suppliers provide their customers with free
insulation to improve customer relationships. But you must be eligible for the offer under the ECO
The cost of spray foam insulation differs based on the thickness of the foam and the type, with
closed cell spray foam being pricier than its counterpart. The total amount spent will depend on the size of the area you wish to insulate and the installation method as per the agreement with your installer.
On average, the cost ranges between 20 and 50 pounds per meter square.
Other aspects that affect the cost of spray foam insulation include the type of your roof, difficulty of
installation and the cost of repair.
Although spray foam insulation is expensive, the energy saved from it makes up for the cost.
Approximately the cost of installing conventional insulation in a semi-detached house loft is 300
euros and 1000 euros with spray foam insulation. Recovering this amount through energy-saving
will take you a while but it is worth the wait.
Spray Foam Insulation Installers Scotland
There are a lot of spray foam insulation installers and companies working in Scotland. You should always carry out your own research to make sure you select the best installer for insulating your home. Also, you should always check for ratings and reviews on the web and choose a well established home insulation company.
Considering that spray foam insulation is more expensive than conventional insulation, you cannot
leave any chances for mistakes. It is best if you let a highly skilled and experienced installation
specialist do the job. Moreover, seek the advice of an expert before you consider removing an
already existing insulation. Select a qualified, experienced and highly rated installer for
Fully insured Spray Foam Insulation Installers
Get a Spray Foam Insulation Quote
Please fill out the contact form below so we can arrange a no obligation spray foam insulation survey. Please allow up to 48 hours for one of our representatives to contact you to discuss on the telephone.
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Spray Foam Insulation Across Scotland
Our team of spray foam insulation installers and surveyors travel all over Scotland providing our services in Aberdeenshire, Angus, Argyll & Bute, Ayrshire, Clackmannanshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Dundee, East Ayrshire, East Dunbartonshire, East Lothian, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Falkirk, Fife, Highland, Inverclyde, Inverness, Midlothian, Moray, North Ayrshire, North Lanarkshire, Perth and Kinross, Renfrewshire, Stirlingshire, South Ayrshire, South Lanarkshire, The Borders, West Dunbartonshire and West Lothian.