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Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation is Ideal for Attic Insulation

Open cell spray foam insulation is used in residential applications, attic insulation, floor insulation and wall insulation. Open cell fills every nook and cranny expanding to over 200 times it size and created a airtight seal when applied. In residential applications especially in the attic, moisture and damp is a hazard unless the moisture is able to escape. Irish building regulation state that a 50mm air gap must be maintained between insulation material and roofing felt, We achieve this by using the breathable vent card system, which enables moisture to pass through your rafters and foam to leave the building by passing through the foam into a 50mm air gap.

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Open cell spray foam is primarily used in home insulation, attic, walls or floors

We use open cell spray foam on all our timber frame constructions, open cell foam is fast becoming Ireland’s leading insulation martial. Famed for its air tightness qualities and its ability to fill every nook and cranny, open cell is also designed ‘breathe’ allowing water vapour to escape your structure preventing mould and damp. Using open cell on your timber frame construction it very cost effective, gives you great U values all with a ‘breathable’ airtight seal. This will contribute to reducing your heating bills, increasing the value of your home and creating a warm healthy living environment for your family or business.

Our installers are fully trained and NSAI Certified.

Our team work throughout many areas, providing our spray foam insulation services in County Offaly, Dublin, Westmeath, Clare, Laois, Tipperary and many other areas.

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