Spray Foam Insulation for Barn Conversions

Building Regulations for Barn Conversions

Spray foam insulation can provide the solution to any problems you may be having insulating older buildings. When insulating older buildings, such as barns or listed buildings, meeting Building Regulations can become very tough especially when it comes to insulation. Spray foam insulation can be used for barn conversion insulation, it can insulate not only the roofs of older buildings, but also the walls and even floors. Using spray foam also means that Building Regulations can be met and exceeded using minimal depths of foam. Even the modern stringent levels of insulation can be met with far less depth than other materials.

How to use spray foam for barn conversions

As well as using minimal depths of foam, the foam is also spray applied to the areas being insulated, meaning that there are no expensive time and labour costs to account for on your build. Using spray foam insulation for barn conversions and other specialist projects also means that tricky areas can be insulated easily. Because of its unique application, spray foam will seek and seal any gaps in the area to be insulated, leaving a complete monolithic layer of insulation which will more than satisfy current Regulations.

What we can do to help you

Here at Roofing Insulation Services, we have years of experience in insulating all types of older buildings, and also with dealing personally with Building Inspectors. This is why we can offer you the complete service for your project, from initial specification through to completion, we can provide expert assistance to suit your needs.

If you have a specific project you would like advice on, or you are thinking of any future projects, give us a call and we will provide assistance from start to finish. Why not take a look through our photo gallery to see if any of those projects are similar to your own.