Commercial Spray Foam Insulation
If you are based in the UK and need efficient commercial insulation, Ifspray can help.
Ifspray specialises in spray foam insulation installation in the UK for commercial customers. We serve the whole of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
We are a licensed insulation installer with a variety of services designed to tackle noise emissions and heat loss, including roof, wall and floor spray foam insulation.
Our work is always of high quality with the finest possible insulation materials. We aim to help our customers lower their electricity costs and carbon emissions, and create a safer, cleaner atmosphere by using environmentally friendly, state-of-the-art materials and technology to install efficient insulation solutions.
Contact us from anywhere in the UK on 02380970979 and we will connect you with our nationwide network of approved installers to help turn your project into reality.
What are the Types of Spray Foam Insulation we Install in Commercial Properties ?
What are the Key Features of Ifspray Spray Foam Insulation ?
- It is a proven barrier to air and sound.
- It is safe, odourless, and clean.
- It is sustainable and long-lasting.
- It is 100% water blown.
- It is an effective allergen and pollutant barrier.
- It fills every crack and cavity to give a fully sealed structure.
- It doesn’t settle over time.
- It will not absorb water or retain water.
- It is not affected by humidity.
Which Brands of Spray Foam Insulation do we use ?
Ifspray uses spray foam insulation from the following top manufacturers:
They all make high-performance spray polyurethane foam insulation and equipment designed to minimise energy consumption in domestic and commercial sectors.
What are the Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation ?
Why Choose Ifspray for Your Commercial Insulation Projects ?
Get in Touch
Contact us and get expert advice and free surveys and quotations on insulating your UK commercial buildings. From sustainability and cost-effectiveness to warmer offices, we want each of our customers to get the best.
Please fill out our contact form or call 02380970979 to schedule your free, no-obligation survey, or for general inquiries. We will respond promptly.
The insulating qualities of spray foam lie within the micro-structure of the material. The chemical reaction between the polyol resin and isocyanate as it is added, produces a complex pattern with gas bubbles within the substance.
This system is locked into place until it turns into a solid (which takes only minutes), which produces incredibly efficient protection against heat loss.
Closed cells are typically the preferred option, because they are often tougher, last longer, and are more effective and water-tolerant than their alternatives. They provide improved insulation and heat loss protection and other benefits. This includes adding further structural support to your building as well as helping with weather proofing.
On the other hand, once set, open-cell spray foam is less dense and you can compress it with your hand. So, it can’t be used as a support system for commercial buildings. The insulator is not as strong as closed-cell foam and you’ll need to add a thicker layer to achieve the same insulation quality.
Open-cell spray foam offers low-cost air sealing advantages in many applications, its vapour permeability enables the bi-directional assembly to dry, which is essential in warm area zones and seasons. Also, it has better flexibility which enables it to extend and contract with any building system movement, guaranteeing long-term air sealing.
If you want an inexpensive, environmentally sustainable and long-term solution to issues related to insulation or condensation, then the answer is: yes, you should get spray foam insulation for your commercial properties. Spray foam insulation is the best insulation material suitable for virtually every type of building.
Spray foam insulation is typically around 5 times quicker than installing conventional insulating materials such as PIR boards or a fibre-based insulator (depending on the overall size of the area to be insulated and the thickness).