Ceiling Spray Foam Insulation

Ceiling Spray Foam Insulation

Ceiling Spray Foam Insulation all Over the UK

It might not be something that you think of every day, but it can be costly and disruptive to need a new ceiling or fix to your current ceiling. The polyurethane spray foam roof insulation system provides greater durability for the ceiling, or restores and extends the life of the ceiling of your house.

Expanding polyurethane foam insulation provides a permanent seal against the absorption of dust, moisture and insects, while enhancing comfort and reducing energy usage, is perfect as a seal around ventilation ducts, plumbing penetrations, electrical junctions and outlets, between sill plates and concrete slabs, or anywhere you need a simple, efficient air-sealing barrier. It is also one of the best ways to maximise the energy efficiency in your home, particularly avoiding heat loss through the ceiling.

Get A Free Spray Foam Insulation Quote

If you are searching in your area for cost-effective ceiling insulation installers, you have arrived at the right place.

Ifspray UK is one of the best certified Icynene installers in the UK, providing high-quality ceiling foam insulation services throughout the region.

Call 02380970979 today to book a spray foam insulation service for your roof, or speak to someone about your energy efficiency issues.

Should you Insulate the Ceiling of Your House ?

After walls and attics, ceilings should be insulated, including floors above ventilated crawl spaces, cathedral ceilings, and so on.

The goal is to create a consistent wrap around the home with no penetrations to form a “thermal envelope”.

Decks and attics are always good places to start, both because they are accessible and because more heat flows through the ceiling than any other part of the house.

In addition, The Energy Saving Trust estimates that 25% of the heat loss in a home is through the roof, 35% through the walls, and 25% through air leakage or draughts through the cavity wall and loft. Insulation is one of the best ways to avoid this heat loss.

Buildings insulated with spray foam insulation are as much as 50% better insulated than buildings with traditional insulation products. In fact, insulated roofs, attics and ceilings with the polyurethane spray foam system will reduce heating bills by as much as 20% per year.

Insulating the ceiling in your house is an ideal investment if you want to stop heat loss via the ceiling and save on energy expenditure. However, it is important that you get it done by professionals.

Ifspray UK is your best local choice for ceiling spray foam insulation. With years of experience and highly qualified installers, you are sure of guaranteed satisfaction when we insulate your property.

Please contact us to talk about your insulation project.

What is the Best Insulation for a Ceiling ?

Not only does the spray foam insulation work well in walls, it performs exceptionally well in attics, as well as ceilings.

You can prevent damp air from escaping from the house and into the attic by using spray foam insulation in the attic or ceiling.

This can also help to prevent ice damming during winter.

Icynene can provide energy savings of more than 50%, more than any other roof insulation on the market.

Icynene expands, fills all cavities and prevents leakage from or intrusion of air into your house. In both new and existing homes, the Icynene spray foam insulation system is the most suitable type of insulation for your roof, attic or loft area.

Icynene spray foam is ideal for homes with various challenging areas for insulation and air sealing, such as 1.5 storey and dormer types. In these specific cases, traditional insulations do not provide the same level of efficiency and will not provide the high degree of air tightness that Icynene can provide.

At Ifspray UK, we are a UK-wide business, committed to providing the highest quality, most cost-effective energy-saving solutions for residential and commercial properties across the country.

If your home needs an update to the insulation, Ifspray would be the local experts to call for all your home insulation needs.

To book a free, no-obligation quote for your next insulation project, get in touch today.

Why Choose Ifspray UK for the Ceiling Insulation in Your House ?

Ifspray is an owner-operated business and we are therefore proud of the credibility that we have managed to build over the years, following consistently satisfactory projects, tasks and numerous happy customers over the course of XXX years.

In cities such as London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Cardiff, Coventry, Southampton, Portsmouth, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, and Brighton, you can find our installers. In fact, we serve the whole of the United Kingdom: from the North Sea Coast down to the English Channel on the South Coast.

We have established ourselves as one of the top options for spray foam insulation in the UK over the past few years. As a team we ensure our customers save money while reducing their carbon emissions at the same time.

Contact us today to discuss your needs regarding insulation.

Call Us for Spray Foam Ceiling Insulation

Need to insulate your home or office ceiling so you’ll spend much less on heating bills? Call 02380970979 to speak to someone today, or use the form to order a free consultation.


Spray foam insulation, also known as polyurethane spray foam insulation, is a substance that is applied using a sprayer that blends two liquids together.

The foam expands to fill nooks and crannies and completely cover surfaces, and can be used to insulate walls, attics, ceilings, floors, basements and crawl spaces.

The primary difference between the spray foam method and other traditional insulation methods such as cellulose or fibreglass, is that spray foam insulation is a thermal barrier and air barrier all in one (with closed cell spray foam even offering a barrier to moisture).

This means that spray foam insulation performs the task of providing your property with insulation and air sealing, while traditional forms of insulation do not present any barriers to air flow.