THE HOME OF CAVITY WALL FOAM INJECTION Insulation
Fusion Insulation might well have completed more cavity wall foam injection projects than any other contractor in Ireland . Why do our customers pay more than double for cavity foam injection when they can buy a "blown in" system for half the price. Blown in systems rely on a sticky adhesive to bond the system in place. If that adhesive is too cold, too damp, too whatever, the blown in system will be just that i.e. blowing around in the cavity . Too many customers have seen bad blown in systems and realise that in many instances it's not doing the job it's meant to. Great on paper but the practice leaves alot to be desired. Along then come slow pour cavity injection foam and it ticks a lot of boxes from the get go. It's not blow in , it's injected in at over 1000-1500psi . It doesn't just sit around once it's in the cavity . Cavity injection foam starts to expand after about thirty seconds and expand and expand, forcing its way into every nook, every cranny , every void in an attempt to get out of the confined space formed by the cavity wall. The results are extraordinary with your cavity filled with a solid wall of thermal foam thats water resistant so it wont transmit water from outside to in.