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Cavity Wall Insulation

Spray Foam: Perfect For Cavity Walls

Spray foam is a modern and efficient form of insulation, which has recently arrived to the UK from United Kingdom, a country renowned for it’s reliability and durability with its products.

We are the country’s only BBA approved installers for spray foam cavity wall insulation which means as well as receiving a BBA approved product, you also benefit with the accredited company service that comes with it, and a 25 year warranty to boot.

With energy bills doubling since 2004 it is wise to invest in cavity wall insulation.

It’s most noticeable benefit is saving our customers up to and over 35% on their energy bills and the product will pay for itself on average in 3 years, as well as providing your home with an additional number of benefits relating to health and structural protection of your home.

Spray foam can be applied to cavity walls in both old and new buildings. It’s also designed to accommodate the most unconventional of building types, so if you would like to see how spray foam can benefit your property, get in touch today.

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Cavity Wall Insulation

The Spray Foam Insulation Pour fill formulation is the ideal insulation for insulating cavity walls and confined spaces. The pour fill version slowly expands over a period of 3-5 minutes, and during that process, will insulate and airseal the complete cavity including every nook and cranny, down to the smallest pinhole.

Our specially formulated spray foam solution is particularly successful at insulating cavities that are partially filled with rigid board PIR, or polystyrene board, and is effective on the following three fronts:

  1. The classic pour fill will push the rigid board firmly against the inner leaf, making it more effective.
  2. It will fill any voids that are present in the board insulation.
  3. It will fill the remaining cavity void to give a complete fill of insulation, and an excellent level of air tightness.
Home Logic Cavity Wall Insulation Structure

What is Spray Foam Insulation?

Spray foam insulation is a revolutionary insulation method, designed for lofts and cavity walls, that has guaranteed savings with an estimate of up to 35% on heating costs for property owners.

As very few insulation products offer the same level of cost savings, spray foam dominates the insulation market. It does not settle or degrade over time like other insulation types on the market, and is not affected by humidity or external conditions.

Spray foam insulation from Home Logic can be used in a huge range of properties. The material is water blown and will expand quickly up to 100 times bigger than its initial size, which will allow a complete air seal throughout your property; something traditional insulation materials cannot provide.

In fact, spray foam is so versatile, it can be used to insulate the most complex of buildings, regardless of shape or size.

Spray foam insulation will be one of the best home improvement products that you invest in, due to the savings amassed over many years. In addition to saving money, this marvellously multi-purpose foam helps to protect properties against a wide range of pollutants and pollen, which will improve the quality of air.

Why not speak with our team to see if your home is suitable for spray foam installation? We offer a completely free site survey service, with no obligation to buy! So give us a call on: 0800 1700 536 and find out how you can save money with spray foam today!


What Are The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation?

25 Year Manufacturer Warranty

All spray foam installations are carried out by Home Logic licensed installers. After installation you will be sent a BBA Certificate and 25-year warranty on the product for added peace of mind.

Reclaim your Loft

Current guidelines recommend up to 10 inches insulation in your loft. This is usually added to the ground, rather than the roofline, which results in the loss of your storage area, due to not being able to refit floor boards after installation. By implementing spray foam insulation to the roofline, you regain the lost 10 inches, thus increasing storage, height and practicality – Reclaim your loft space!

Protects your Home

The spray foam has many protective benefits for the home, and it will keep out moisture which can affect your home and lead to damp and mould. A huge benefit of spray foam insulation is that it helps deter pests from entering your home. Once the spray foam has solidified pests of all kinds like rats, mice and termites will find it difficult to enter your home. Additionally, pests will be unable to make nests in your home.

Structural Benefits

Spray foam insulation can help support the overall structure of your property. This is dependent on the application and thickness of the spray foam on installation.

Increased Comfort

As your home will be sealed up, you will find that your home is more comfortable than ever before. Drafts will be a thing of the past as they will be massively reduced in your home. The seal created by the spray foam installation will help reduce cold and hot spots within the home as gaps are closed and contribute to an even temperature within your property. If your home is near a noisy area, life will have been pretty uncomfortable however you will not have to suffer anymore as the spray foam seal will help reduce the effect of noise.

Health Benefits

Many illnesses like asthma and allergies are often caused by airborne pollutants such as dust, dirt, carbon monoxide and many more. By choosing spray foam insulation, your home will be sealed from a wide range of pollutants in the air. Many customers notice a difference in their health after installation. Our spray foam insulation can help prevent the growth of mould within your home.

Save Money

Installing spray foam insulation will help save you and your household money every year. The spray foam will seal air within the property and help prevent heat loss; this will make it cheaper to warm your home up in the winter and help you save money every year. If you wish to sell your home in the future, buyers will find buying your property with a more attractive option.