ThermoFoam is second to none at providing thermal insulation compliance in a fraction of the time when compared with alternative solutions.
The application of spray foam works in your project’s favour when large volumes of insulation coverage is necessary. This helps to reduce the time and labour resources normally required when installing traditional insulation materials.
ThermoFoam achieves an equivalent or improved thermal performance compared to PIR Board whilst eliminating the need for an air gap. This means the depth of insulation required can be significantly reduced, minimising the associated material costs.
In large commercial projects, an air gap increases the risk of flame spread. With spray foam applied directly to the substrate, the danger of an oxygen fuelled fire is removed which helps your project to achieve compliance with stringent fire regulations.
We understand the documentation and regulatory requirements needed to achieve compliance, our commercial experience with construction partners helps us to successfully manage your project’s insulation schedule from start to finish.
Our technical team are able to support the specification of Spray Foam for your project by supplying U-Value Calculations, Condensation Risk Analysis and Product Data Sheets to demonstrate testing to UK & European standards.
We understand the Construction industry along with the health and safety provisions required to make the working environment a safe place. Our compliance department work closely with external consultants to ensure that we can demonstrate and operate safe working processes, backed up by Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
Our team are fully CSCS compliant and undertake rigorous training to help make ThermoFoam the very best choice for your Construction project, no matter how big or small!
No. The spray foam is applied directly to the substrate which means there is no opportunity for any moisture to form and sit between the insulation and substrate. There should be no risk of moisture forming within the fabric of the structure onto which spray foam is applied.
Ventilation is important in confined spaces and we also recommend that a vapour control layer is added to the insulation once in-situ. The vapour control layer will act as a protective layer to prevent any internal condensation from entering the insulation and damaging the structure.
Not only does the performance of Spray Foam Insulation surpass pre-manufactured insulators such as Fibre-based or Rigid-PIR, it is incredibly quick to install by our experienced team. This can help to rapidly speed up a project.
When insulation areas include tight or angular spaces, traditional forms of pre-manufactured insulation can be hard to fit, reducing performance and air-tightness. Spray Foam Insulation adheres to a substrate, in the tightest of spaces and can be installed up to 5 tones quicker than pre-manufactured insulation.
The larger the structure, the more benefits you will get by choosing spray foam insulation. This can save time, labour costs and material costs to help make your project run smoothly and on time. More volume reduces the meterage rate due to the economies of scale.
We’ve insulated many construction projects for some of the UK’s largest construction companies. The benefits of using ThermoFoam for your install will be repaid in the speed of application where we can cover up to 500 square metres per day at 140mm thick.
The greater the depth of insulation, the harder it is to get it looking neat. We appreciate in public areas and warehouses that the finished result should look as good as possible, therefore, each job isn’t so much about rushing as it is taking your time to get a nice finish.
Not everyone who says they can spray foam can actually spray it very well. It takes precision, technique and years of experience to become good at spraying Closed Cell foam neatly. Always do your due diligence and ask installers to provide a portfolio of their work