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Spray Foam Industry ReviewsBy admin
Tuesday, 6 August 2019
Modern insulation is a massive investment that you certainly don’t want to purchase blindly. If installed correctly, spray foam installation will continue to protect and enhance your home long into the future.
Due to the great importance of choosing the right insulation installed by the right spray foam installation service, it’s vital to get to know the company and product they offer – you’ll find that not all spray foam materials or installation services offer the same quality!
One of the best ways to gauge the quality of a product and service is by taking a look at spray foam industry reviews. Reviews won’t tell you everything, but they will highlight pros and cons that’ll help you to come to a decision.
We’re going to be taking a look at seven review sources and one other important source of information, that’ll tell you more about the spray foam industry.
Source One: Friends, Family and Neighbours
Friends, family, and neighbours are always a great place to start when researching home improvements.
By talking to people who have recently had spray foam installed, you’ll gain a full account of exactly how the installation went and how well the insulation works – you may even be able to pop over and see the results for yourself.
If you don’t know anyone who has recently had spray foam installed, then don’t worry, there are plenty of other ways to get reviews…
Source Two: Trustpilot Product Reviews
Trustpilot is the go-to online review site for everything from takeaways and attractions to insulation products and plumbing.
Some insulation materials will have their own Trustpilot page, so it’s worth taking a look and seeing what people have to say about the material.
Icynene spray foam insulation is rated 8+ out of 10 on Trustpilot. You can take a look at Icynene Trustpilot reviews, here.
Source Three: Trustpilot Installation Service Reviews
Visiting the Trustpilot page of a spray foam installer will give you information about the product and customer experiences with the company.
This is a great way to get an idea of the performance of the spray foam product and how good the installation team are.
Home Logic has a rating of 9+ out of 10 on Trustpilot, with a 5-star rating overall and more than 700 reviews. You can take a look at Home Logic Trustpilot reviews, here.
Source Four: Social Media Product Sites
Social media sites are a brilliant way to keep up to date with spray foam products, with information straight from the company.
You’ll also be able to check out customer reviews and comments to learn more about the product.
Source Five: Social Media Installation Service Sites
Social media sites for installers are another wonderful source of spray foam industry reviews.
You’ll be able to see how the installer interacts with customers, read up on the latest reviews, and stay informed of deals and promotions!
Source Six: Product Case Studies
Case studies are great for getting an in-depth rundown of how a product has been used to solve a range of real-life problems.
As well as checking UK case studies for spray foam, you can also check case studies from overseas, to see how well the product performs in different climates.
There are many case studies published on the Icynene website. You can also browse through a range of international Icynene spray foam case studies, here.
Source Seven: Installation Service Case Studies and Testimonials
Case studies and testimonials on installation service websites will give you a wealth of information about spray foam performance and the installation service provided by the company.
You’ll be able to learn about the different applications of the product and get more information about people’s experience with the company.
There’s a selection of video testimonials and case studies on the Home Logic website. You can watch multiple testimonials, here.
Bonus Tip: Check the Accreditations and Certifications of a Company
Accreditations and certifications may not technically be spray foam industry reviews, but they certainly provide an insight into the quality of service provided by a company!
Kiwa certification for insulation, for example, demonstrates that an installer is competent and trustworthy.
The rigorous testing and assessment process is designed to give customers a guarantee that the installers know what they’re doing and how to provide the best service.
Home Logic is TrustMark registered, BBA approved, Kiwa certified, and a licensed Icynene installer. You can view our Kiwa certification, here.
Want to know more about spray foam insulation from Home Logic, and what kind of experience you can expect from our team? Simply give us a call on 0800 1700 636 and we’ll be happy to answer your questions!
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