Nutec Spray Foam Insulations is the sister company of Nutecglass. The two companies specialise in the supply and installation of new windows, doors, conservatories, and spray foam insulation.
Both companies are a big installer of the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme, and we have worked closely with hundreds of our customers to help and assist them in organising their grants. We are an approved installer, and we have the PAS 2030 approvals that is required.
Although our head office is in Telford, our trained and qualified installers operate throughout England.
Icynene and Lapolla are brands that are owned by the Huntsman Corporation.
Spray foam insulation is an insulation method that is used in over 40 countries and has guaranteed savings estimated between 40% 50% on heating costs for properties depending on lifestyle. Few insulation products give savings, of this massive amount.
Spray foam insulation from Nutec Spray Foam Insulations can be used in a huge range of properties, be it new or old.
The material used is water blown and will expand very quickly up to 100 times bigger than its initial size. The product is very adaptable, and it can be used to insulate the most difficult and intricate of buildings irrespective of how small, or large the building may be.
Nutec Spray Foam insulation is safe to install as it does not contain any harmful or toxic ingredients.
The insulation product does not accumulate dirt and dust particles, nor will it absorb water due to the airtight nature of the materials use. Mould and condensation will also be a thing of the past with our spray foam insulation.
Nutec Spray Foam Insulations are Licensed Contractors in the UK using qualified and Expert Sprayers providing you with the most professional, cost effective installation in the industry.
We are proud to proud to say that we are certified to PAS 2030 certificate installers. This means that Nutec Spray Foam Installations are accredited Green Home Grant Installers.
Spray insulation seals the building so that any air that is generated within it, whether cooled or heated, is kept within the building and does not escape into the atmosphere.
This improves your carbon footprint and saves money that would normally be spent on energy. This also means that joints, small holes, and small cracks are sealed and, thus, prevent leaking.
Spray insulation will also seal the building so that any air that is generated within the building whether it is cooled or heated is kept within the building and does not escape into the atmosphere. Another advantage over traditional insulation materials is that joints, and small holes, and any small cracks are sealed and thus prevent leaking.