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If you own any sort of property you’ll know exactly how costly they can be to run. What you may not realise is how your insulation can significantly contribute to your energy usage. By choosing Spray Foam your home will be sealed from a wide range of pollutants in the air and also deliver measurable differences to your home’s energy efficiency.
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No Hot/cold spots
Lower heating and cooling bills
Unwanted noises from plumbing or entertainment rooms
Moisture movement, which can potentially lead to condensation and structural damage
rat & pest-free loft/rooms
Cooler in the summer and warmer in winter
A happier more efficient home
Open-Cell has small cells that are sealed and allow air to fill the space, or take on water if soaked. It is often used as sound insulation as it blocks and reduces airflow. It allows moisture through it so there’s less worry of condensation building up.
One of the biggest benefits of Open-Cell foam is that it expands a lot after it has been applied, meaning it can insulate hard to reach nooks and crannies in a home. These types of areas can be hard to insulate with Closed-Cell foam. Open-Cell foam is excellent for soundproofing where a single application can fill the area between studs.
Open-Cell foam is also much more affordable than Closed-Cell foam, however, this foam won’t insulate a house as well as Closed-Cell foam, so it’s not ideal for locations with extreme weather temperatures.
Closed-Cell foam is made up of cells that are completely closed.
The cells are pressed together, so air and moisture are unable to get inside the foam. Because of this, closed-cell foam is much more rigid and stable than open-cell foam.
Closed-Cell foam is the best choice for robust insulating where space is an issue, as it can achieve 2x the R-Value of Open-Cell inside a standard wall. Its rigid nature also adds to the structural integrity of the building with E84 fire rated versions available.
The Closed-Cell also acts as a vapour barrier, so water and moisture will be less likely to get inside the home, and the foam itself is unharmed by water damage.