Modular Buildings Spray Foam Insulation

Modular Buildings Spray Foam Insulation

The use of spray foam to insulate modular buildings offers excellent heat savings and draught-proofing, as well as offering significant space-saving where interior space is of high value. Because spray foam insulation has a thermal conductivity value twice as effective as various other types of insulation, the required thermal insulation levels can be accomplished with as little as half the insulation depth.

Since spray foam insulation loses very little of the originally installed values through sagging, ageing, settling and other variables, no maintenance will be needed once the insulation system is integrated and no cold spots will be left behind. Investing in polyurethane insulation will provide many benefits for your modular buildings.

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Why Spray Foam Insulation ?

Air flows into any opening, crack, and crevice inside and out of a building. Approximately 33% of air travels through walls, ceilings and floors. To achieve maximum building efficiency, the installation of an advanced insulation system is required.

Spray foam insulation will optimise the investment of a homeowner by covering the building envelope to avoid the indoor air conditioning from escaping and prevent unconditioned air from reaching the interior of a building (including modular buildings). Air movement in and out of a building is a leading cause of energy costs.

Mechanical devices that cool and heat houses work constantly and reducing high-temperature fluctuations prevents overuse of the mechanical system and contributes to reduced energy costs.

What are the Benefits of Modular Home Spray Foam Insulation ?

Spray Foam Insulation Provides Comfort

When fully sealed with spray foam insulation, even interior temperatures can be ensured for your modular homes, without cold spots and draughts.

Spray Foam Insulation Allows for Peace & Quiet

Your modular home is going to be quiet inside, despite any loud noise outside your house.

Spray Foam Insulation Eliminates Draughts

If your modular home is properly sealed with a spray foam insulation, your home will be free and comfortable without draughts.

Spray Foam Insulation Requires Little Maintenance

If your modular home is air-sealed and lined with spray foam insulation, heat will be trapped inside, unable to escape and you will have to do less costly maintenance, for instance, less painting.

Spray Foam Insulation Lowers Energy Bills

Your modular homes will cost less to heat and cool, and be more secure, calm, and safe with less maintenance needed.

Spray Foam Insulation Protects the Home from Moisture

When sealed with spray foam insulation, your modular home can be more sturdy and waterproof because spray foam insulation minimises moisture flows that can reduce insulation efficiency, produce mould and nasty mildew odour and, ultimately, it enhances your home's overall resilience.

Why Choose Ifspray for Your Modular Home Spray Foam Insulation ?

  • We provide superb support
  • We use only high-quality spray foam insulation products
  • We have many years of experience installing spray foam insulation across the UK
  • We are a reliable company
  • We are fully insured
  • We are accredited and licensed
  • We cover the whole of the UK
  • We don’t leave a mess behind
  • We carry out our work with minimal disruption

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If your modular home is not well ventilated, moisture and water vapour in the air can affect the building.

If you’d like more details or to see if we can help you prevent issues relating to moisture in your modular house – contact us now at 02380970979 . Or, you can email us at .

We would love to help you with whatever insulation needs you may have or provide a free, no-obligation quote for your property.


Yes, spray foam is available as a DIY kit but it’s better to hire the services of professional installers who are experienced and licensed to carry out spray foam installations.

Yes, spray foam insulation prevents air that contains moisture from accessing any interior surface of your home; as it avoids surfaces from hitting the dew point, the water vapour in the air does not turn into a liquid, causing condensation. In other words, the foam prevents the heated air from reaching the cold air, thereby preventing condensation.

Yes, open-cell spray foam is more breathable, has improved acoustic properties and costs less than closed-cell foam insulation.

Spray foam insulation doesn’t attract mould. In addition, unlike wood or metal, spray foam doesn’t rust, crack or decay. This ensures that an area  correctly insulated with spray foam would never become a source of food or a habitable atmosphere for a colony of moulds.

Yes, spray foam insulation fills and seals tiny cracks and seams that you might not even see, and other types of insulation can be used if sufficient sealing and air sealing are in place. It offers a higher R-value per inch.