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Were you missold Spray Foam Insulation?

You could seek compensation if you suffered distress and/or inconvenience because a contractor duped you into thinking spray foam insulation would save you money and better protect your home.

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Guidance on Mortgages, Insurance and Health Issues

There seems to be ever-increasing instances of scams relating to spray foam taking place with these rogue firms especially targeting the elderly.

How Spray Foam Insulation Affects the Value of Your Property

The resale prospects of a property with spray foam insulation can present a real problem. You may find that potential buyers are put off because a lender will not approve an application. With damage to roof timbers and the roof itself only getting worse over time, you may also find the only way to sell your home is to a cash buyer. A solution is to contact a reputable spray foam removal firm.

The Myths About Spray Foam Insulation Increasing the Value of a Property

There are many myths about how spray foam insulation increases the value of a property. That having this type of insulation installed in a roof space will typically result in a higher resale value. The truth is that mortgage lenders in the UK do not look favourably on properties with spray foam insulation installed in a roof space. If a buyer does find a lender who agrees to a loan, their interest rates would be that much higher. In short, higher interest rates are likely to put buyers off investing in your home.

The Two Types of Spray Foam Insulation

There are two type of spray foam insulation which are:

Open cell spray foam – the cells are not totally encapsulated. As such, the foam is softer, spongy. It is also more flexible
Closed cell spray foam – cells are closed and as a result, air and moisture cannot get into the foam.

Closed cell spray foam also sets rigidly and is therefore, a lot more stable.

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Is your Spray Foam Insulation Flammable?

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The EPA’s Opinion on Spray Foam Insulation and Toxicity

When it comes to safety and toxicity, the EPA found the following:

When people are exposed to spray foam chemicals and isocyanates whether in vapours, dust, and aerosols during installation or afterwards, they are “at risk of developing sensitization, asthma, lung damage as well as other types of breathing and respiratory issues. Homeowners are also more at risk of developing eye and skin irritation.

Should I Remove Spray Foam Insulation Myself?

Having spray foam insulation installed in a roof space is not only expensive but it can be extremely messy too. That said, removing the foam is definitely not a DIY job. Whether the insulation is open cell or closed cell, the task is best left to professionals so that no further damage is done to roof timbers or the integrity of a roof.

A Solution to Spray Foam Insulation and Remortgage Issues

If you want to remortgage your home and it has spray foam insulation, a reputable spray foam removal firm can assess any damage and provide a quote. The company will provide a detailed report explaining the damage, if any, that is evident. However, there may be hidden damage to a roof and supporting timbers too. That said, a spray foam insulation removal firm with the right experience will keep you informed in real time of any issues they come across.

At the end of the day, mortgage lenders do not like lending on properties with spray foam insulation. As such, if you are thinking about remortgaging your home, it would be wise to seek expert advice before approaching your lender. You should contact a specialist spray foam removal firm and have a detailed assessment of a roof space beforehand.

Spray Foam Removals safety advisor on site with the Rip Off Britain Star Angela Rippon

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