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Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is an exciting material that has many diverse uses in different industries. In this article, we are going to focus on the advantages of using SPF in the construction of Trench Breakers.
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The fastest, easiest and most cost-efficient way to insulate your chicken coop, poultry house or hawk is to apply sprayed polyurethane foam (SPF) to the existing roof, ceiling and walls of your building.
When SPF is applied to the inside of your building's roof structure, it acts as a barrier reflecting heat radiation from the sun.
Asbestos removal is a big deal. It is now commonly recognised that asbestos inhalation is carcinogenic and deadly poisonous.
In order to safely remove asbestos products from a building, it’s important to hire fully certified asbestos removal contractors.
In 2008, the prohibition of asbestos was put into effect, outlawing the use, manufacturing, import and export of asbestos and asbestos containing materials.
Yet 9 years later, there has been no major impact on existing asbestos structures and asbestos related sicknesses are still a huge health problem.
In South Africa, the National Building Regulations (SANS 10400-XA: Energy Usage in Buildings) makes it compulsory for all new buildings to be insulated as of November 2011.
A traditional pitched roof allows for good water drainage. However, when it comes to flat roofing, water build-up on the roofing itself is a normal structural issue.
At the height of summer, the average metal roof can reach temperatures in excess of 60°C.
The majority of common ventilation systems cannot effectively manage these conditions and fail to maintain favourable temperatures for chicken and pig farming.
Calculating the energy costs within a building can be a complex process with many influencing factors.
In this article, we will be explaining some of the benefits of using spray foam insulation to minimise your energy costs.
In this article, we will be discussing asbestos, asbestos removal and its cheaper, more effective alternative, asbestos encapsulation.
Using polyurethane spray foam enables you to avoid high expenses and safely dispose of your old asbestos roof.
With our days running short, the cold creeping in and the rain finding its way through all the nooks and crannies, Spray Foam Solutions has just the trick to stop the drips from your leaking roof and keep the chill out.
It saves much more money than it costs, reducing energy spent on heating by 40-70% while staying environmentally friendly.
Let's face it, you seldom worry about your roof until the rain comes pouring in.
When you then take a good look at the roof you may see the structural damage caused by long term exposure to roof leaks caused by the weather and elements.
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