Spray Foam Insulation Bristol

Are those old fiberglass batts in your attic space not doing the trick? Do the winters seem to be getting colder and your heating bills getting larger? Warmaroof are here to propose a simple solution to all of these issues. Our spray foam insulation Bristol service.


On this page, you will find information about what our BASF foam insulation is made from, what the myriad of benefits are, how it works. And also why we are one of the spray foam insulation Bristol leading installers!


Above all our spray foam insulation is made using BASF Foam Insulation, the most durable, modern and eco-friendly insulation material on the market. BASF Foam Insulation has grown in usage and popularity over the last 25 years. With those who installed their insulation decades ago still reaping the benefits of its properties.


The spray foam insulation that we use here at Warmaroof called BASF Foam Insulation. Which is polyurethane-based and begins in a liquid form. Before being water-blown onto the area that insulated (usually wall cavities and attic spaces). At which point it expands up to 100 times its original size.

This rapid expansion allows the BASF Foam Insulation to find all of the nooks and crannies for a superior airtight performance.


The benefits of our spray foam insulation Bristol service are considerable when compared alongside other types of insulation. Though this extra quality does come with a higher cost.

BBA, ETA and NSAI accreditations that recognised around the world. Including the 30 countries that BASF Foam Insulation used regularly in.

The material is fire-retardant, and can stop a fire from spreading to the roof in many cases.

Not a source of food to animals, and so will discourage pests.

BASF Foam Insulation offers advanced soundproofing properties. Which can be very useful if you live under a flight path or near a train station.

Water blown, so no nasty chemicals that could linger in your home and harm your family.

BASF Foam Insulation is inherently airtight, meaning moisture, mould and draughts cannot penetrate its closed cell membrane.

Improves your EPC rating, making your home more valuable and more energy efficient, which will in turn reduce your utility bills.



There are two types of spray foam insulation – closed cell, and open cell. Closed cell is a complete barrier, whereas open cell does allow moisture to pass through it (which can be useful in some scenarios). The spray foam is made from polyurethane, and begins in a liquid format, which is then water-blown onto the area that needs insulating – usually lofts or wall cavities.

Once applied, oxygen acts as a catalyst to cause a rapid expansion of around 100x the original size of the BASF Foam Insulation, which then finds its way into every crack and crevice to provide the ultimate airtight performance. Heat loss reduced by 95%, starting from around 24 hours after application, once it has fully dried and settled.


Our Spray Foam Insulation Bristol Service comes as recommended by many local residents because of the due care and attention that we pay to our work.

It is important to us that we always have:

All required licenses and ISO standards
Maintained and clean spray foam equipment
Trained and qualified insulation professionals
Experienced teams working on projects
High levels of customer service and aftercare advice

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First & Second Floors, 5/7 Pier Street, Lee-on-the-Solent, PO13 9LD