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Spray foam insulation for narrow, uneven and hard to treat cavity walls

Spray foam insulation (also referred to as hard to treat cavity wall insulation) is ideal for properties with narrow cavities walls or for homes that are unsuitable for more traditional insulation materials. Free Grant Solutions uses Technitherm, an industry approved foam cavity wall insulation product with a 25 year manufacturer’s guarantee.

  • Save up to £300* a year on fuel costs
  • Reduce heat loss
  • Overcome defective or corroded wall ties
  • Protect your home against wind, rain and flooding

*Figure taken from case study evidence collected by Isothane Ltd

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