Things to know about spray loft insulation

Spray loft insulation is a great way to add extra insulation to your roof space and can be done in as little as one day. It’s quick, easy and cost-effective.

Spray loft insulation is sprayed onto the underside of your roof using specialist equipment. The sprayed insulation is then left to dry until it becomes hard, before being covered with plastic sheeting and left for another 24 hours so it can harden fully.

Once the spray loft insulation has set, the plastic sheeting is removed and the loose bits of material are vacuumed up. This leaves you with a thick layer of new insulation that will help keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer.

You can use spray loft insulation for any type of building – from homes to offices – as long as there’s a flat surface on which it can be sprayed (i.e. no slopes or angles). The thickness of spray loft insulation varies depending on how much you want to insulate your property but typically ranges from 50mm up to 100mm thick, depending on what works best for your home or business

Spray Loft Insulation is a new type of insulation that has been developed in recent years. Spray loft insulation is a self-adhesive material that can be used on ceilings and the underside of roof tiles.

It is designed to be sprayed onto the surface of the roof and for use under the tiles, so it does not require any additional fixing or sealing to the rafters or joists.

Spray loft insulation comes in two types:

Open cell spray loft insulation – This type of spray loft insulation will absorb water and therefore cannot be used in areas where there is a risk of dampness. It also has a shorter lifespan than closed cell spray loft insulation because it loses its insulating properties more quickly when exposed to moisture over time.

Closed cell spray loft insulation – This type of spray loft insulation retains its insulating properties longer than open cell spray loft insulation and so can be used in any area where there is a risk of dampness or where condensation may occur as a result of cold surfaces coming into contact with warm air inside your home.

The main advantage of spray foam insulation is that it’s extremely effective at stopping heat loss. As a result, it can increase the energy efficiency of your home by up to 30%. This makes it an excellent choice for anyone looking to reduce their energy bills or go green, but also for those who want to make their home more comfortable during the colder months of the year. You can contact us to know more information on Sheffield spray loft insulation.