Container Spray Foam Insulation
Do you Need Container Insulation ?
Shipping containers are nothing more than huge, rectangular boxes of metal made of corrugated steel.
If you are looking to remodel and repurpose a shipping container for other purposes other than for transport or storage, you will most likely want to retrofit your shipping container in order to achieve a much more comfortable internal temperature.
It is important to insulate your shipping container if you plan to spend some time inside. Shipping containers weren’t meant to be a human habitat.
These are made of steel and are prone to condensation, so it is important to ensure proper insulation not only for your comfort, but also to keep your container in good condition by preventing mould and corrosion.
When thinking through how a shipping container can be insulated, there are quite a few options with their own pros and cons.
Contact IFSPAY to discuss the type of insulation that will work perfectly for you.
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How to Choose a Container Insulation Method
Deciding on the right insulation for your container is less easy than you think. Every form has advantages and disadvantages which may or may not be particularly relevant to your specific situation and project.
The spray foam insulation is the product of choice when it comes to insulating a shipping container.
Spray foam not only adheres to practically any surface, it immediately seals up any hole and gaps, and even goes so far as to protect your container from rust and mould.
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Insulating your Container with Spray Foam
There are several types of insulation you can choose from for your home shipping container, including fibreglass, spray foam and insulation from foam panels. Spray foam insulation is a perfect way to keep your container comfortable regardless of the prevalent climate as it prevents condensation and creates a seamless vapour barrier.
It is also the quickest insulation process and is very flexible, meaning that you can spray into gaps of any size. Spray foam insulation can be applied to both your shipping container’s external and internal walls, and you can also spray it under your container to stop any moisture from creeping in from the ground. After the foam has set it can be painted over to give the look you want to your retrofitted container.
Even though spray foam insulation is very flexible and can be used anywhere, it is usually not a do-it-yourself job, as it can be time consuming to install, is very messy, is more expensive than other types of insulation, and can pose a number of health hazards if not done properly. This is why it is vital that you engage qualified, specialised contractors to handle any insulation in the spray form. If you are in the market for a well-insulated container, you are on the right page.
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Experienced Experts Spraying Containers in the UK.
Our contractors have sprayed many containers over the years, and are familiar with the best methods of insulation installation. They work correctly fitted out for the job with the best type equipment, using the leading insulation material.
With XXX years of experience in the country and hundreds of effective insulations, the Ifspray spray foam insulation method is the ideal solution to any container insulation situation. We have qualified installers all over in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales and cover everywhere in the United Kingdom, from the North Sea Coast down to the English Channel on the South Coast.
You can find our installers in cities such as London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Cardiff, Coventry, Southampton, Portsmouth, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, Brighton etc., we have installers everywhere. If you need a local insulation contractor for your spray foam project, contact us today and get a free, no-obligation quote, no matter what you want to use the container for and our contractors will advise you on the best insulation solution to suit your requirements.
Insulating a shipping container is essential for condensation prevention and the conversion of a shipping container to a home, office or many other uses. It is important to state that different uses will often require a different type of insulation for a shipping container.
Spray foam insulation is made from eco-friendly chemicals of the highest quality to achieve a first-class result. For example, closed-cell spray foam is a high-performance product built to achieve high results with minimal amount of disruption and hassle.