Drylining Spray Foam Insulation
Looking at new and current insulation options for drylining? A spray foam insulation system is an ideal solution.
Spray foam insulation is the perfect solution as new drylining studs are installed in your house. When installed, spray foam will expand to as much as hundred times its original size and effectively seal any opening and provide efficient insulation in the process.
What is Drylining Insulation ?
Drylining insulation is actually insulation on the internal wall. It is an effective way of reducing heat loss, and is very popular in UK homes, even new ones. Your solid walls are not suitable for cavity wall insulation, so if you’re talking of renovating the interior of your house, then drylining insulation would be perfect.
Why use Spray Foam for Drylining Insulation ?
Spray foam can do everything fibreglass and cellulose can’t do. Spray foam covers the walls with an airtight seal, sealing up all the cavities, gaps and openings. This ensures that your home is safe and there is no loss or gain of heat through the walls.
Spray foam also offers noise protection. You can spray the product on existing drylining sheets through narrow holes.
The fragile coating will not be harmed, and the walls are completely insulated.
Compared with fibreglass, in the same wall cavity, spray foam can offer an R-value of 14 to 28, depending on the spray foam insulation product used.
Spray foam insulation and drylining remove cold spots and draughts which are important for that beautiful look and a well-insulated building.
What are the Benefits of Drylining Spray Foam Insulation ?
Drylining spray foam insulation is cheaper and easier than external wall insulation and it’s also a decent choice if you want to maintain the brick exterior of the house.
Drylining insulation is an efficient means of eliminating heat loss and maintaining the indoor atmosphere by keeping mould and moisture at bay. This also reduces the chances of damp entering the walls.
If you already have issues with damp, we will rectify that before adding the new spray foam insulation.
Why Choose us ?
Here at Ifspray, we are experienced in spray foam insulation, which makes our spray foam insulation very effective.
We provide a full range of spray foam insulation solutions that are all guaranteed to work and last as long as the life of your building. We serve the whole of the UK, which means that wherever you live in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, we can get to you.
You can count on us to deliver the best spray foam insulation leveraging due to over XXX years of construction experience and using the appropriate equipment and our professionally trained technicians.
Get in Touch
Call our offices to explore what the right insulation is for your project. We have over XXX years of experience in the UK as spray foam installers and there is no challenge that we haven’t faced and conquered.
Talk to Ifspray today on 02380970979 and you will receive the best advice on your project. We always welcome new enquiries and would be delighted to discuss your needs. We look forward to having a talk with you.
Close to half of all the heat lost by certain solid-walled houses escapes through the gaps and cracks in and around your walls. Insulating these walls reduces the rate of heat loss and retains the air inside the building for longer.
You must follow the very current Building Regulations and requirements before installing interior insulation. Most UK buildings have a normal thickness of 25 mm for insulation. The minimum standard of interior insulation currently is 27 mm.
Insulating the interior of your house will usually cost between £5,000 and £8,000, based on how many rooms are being upgraded and what form of insulation is being used. It is usually less costly than external solid wall insulation, owing to labour costs and cheaper materials.
Yes, drylining spray foam insulation is definitely worth the cost. For a traditional semi-detached, three-bedroom house using gas heating you could save around £260 a year on heating bills by adding internal wall insulation, while a detached house you could save around £430 a year.
U-value is a heat transfer measure, that is, heat gain or loss through glass. On the other hand, R-value is a heat resistance measurement. R-value tests the efficiency of a particular material, such as insulation, depending on the ability of the material to minimise heat transfer.