Cavity Wall Insulation


Polyurethane cavity wall insulation the basis for a pleasant living and working environment. Cold and drafts of the past. It is the best way to protect buildings and homes from wind and weather. It prevents unnecessary energy consumption.

The polyurethane foam has a fine cell structure with an extremely high insulation. The application of the insulation foam in cavity walls is done quickly and without any pressure build-up. All seams and cracks are initially sealed. At the intersections of the joints are then small holes. Through these holes, the liquid foam insulation layer by layer in the wall cavity injected, with no moisture or emit toxic fumes. After the filling, the holes are again carefully sealed with cement in the original color.

Polyurethane foam insulation is primarily used for cavity wall insulation of homes, schools, barns and farm buildings.Applying an insulating layer between the inner and outer wall, provides two important benefits: It keeps the heat inside solid, and protects your house at the same time against the cold from outside. This saves so much energy that the initial investment will more than pay for itself. Besides isolation, it is important to ventilate your home enough.

The Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, with regard to cavity wall insulation examined which insulation material delivers the highest savings. The best result gave Polyurethane, as the picture on the right shows schematically.