Soundproofing homes with Spray foam insulation
Cut the noise with expertly applied spray foam insulation from Noreus
Do you suffer from noisy neighbours? Are you troubled by blaring TVs or loud telephones? Maybe you live next to a busy road and can’t get to sleep because of heavy traffic outside?
If any of these scenarios sound familiar, then the experts at Noreus have the solution.
Here’s how spray foam insulation for soundproofing works
Not only does spray foam insulation cut household bills by improving a home’s energy efficiency, but it also offers superior soundproofing benefits too.
As spray foam is applied, it expands and fills even the smallest of gaps, before setting solidly to form a protective seal around your home. This hardened structure effectively locks in heat while its sound-absorbing qualities blocks external noise from entering inside the property too.
The benefits of spray foam insulation for soundproofing
- Reduce external noise
- Promotes a more peaceful and restful home environment
- Can be applied to ceilings, lofts, walls and floorboards
- Also cuts heating bills by locking warmth in the home
- Minimal disruption
- Outstanding customer care
- Knowledgeable team
What our customers say
We are very pleased with the spray foam insulation system and have noticed big difference in the warmth of the house.
The men worked very hard and did a good job. 10/10 for punctuality and cleanliness of the treatment team.
Work was carried out, we can honestly say our home has been appreciably warmer due to the spray foam insulation.We were more impressed with the professionalism and were extremely pleased with the way we were kept fully informed.The insulation took place efficiently and with minimum disruption.
Spray Foam Insulation FAQs
Yes. Spray foam insulation will actually help the structural integrity of your home. It can be used in new-builds, existing homes and listed buildings.
You do not normally need planning permission for alterations including roofs and skylights. However, there are exceptions if you live in a listed building. We are always happy to help if you need advice so just give us a call on 01785 330749.
An R-value gives the measure of resistance of heat flow through a material. The higher the R-value value, the greater the resistance. Closed cell spray foam insulation is one of the most advanced forms of insulation available on the market and provides an R-value of above 6.0 per inch.
Professional application is necessary as expanding foam can cause pressure on a building. Our team will apply the foam safely and expertly, supporting and improving the structural integrity of your property, and ensuring that adequate ventilation is maintained.
Absolutely. In fact, it should be a priority if you are about to replace your flat roof but it can also be retro-fitted to existing flat roofs too. Don’t forget that Noreus is a one-stop shop for all your roofing needs. To book a free survey, just give us a call on 01785 330749.
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