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Lapolla & Superquilt

Lapolla Spray Foam

Spray foam insulation can maximize a homeowner’s investment by sealing the building envelope to stop conditioned indoor air from escaping and prevent unconditioned air from entering a home. Air exchange in and out of a home is a leading cause of escalated energy bills. The mechanical systems that heat and cool buildings are continuously operating; reducing extreme temperature variations saves on the overuse of mechanical systems and leads to lower energy bills.

Benefits

Many illnesses like asthma and allergies are often caused by airborne pollutants such as dust, dirt, carbon monoxide and many more. By choosing spray foam insulation, your home will be sealed from a wide range of pollutants in the air. Many customers notice a positive difference in their health after installation.

As our spray foam insulation is installed, you will find that your home is more comfortable than ever before. Drafts will be a thing of the past as they will be eliminated in your home. The seal created by the spray foam installation will help reduce cold and hot spots within the home as gaps are closed. This contributes to an even temperature within your property. If your home is near a noisy area, you will not have to suffer anymore as the spray foam seal will help reduce the effect of noise.

Installing spray foam insulation will help save you and your household money every year. The spray foam will seal air within the property and help prevent heat loss; this will make it cheaper to warm your home in the winter and help you save money every year. If you wish to sell your home in the future, buyers will find buying your property with a more attractive option. The savings begin immediately upon installation.

Building scientists are now stressing the importance of air barriers like spray foam insulation in building design and construction. This is partly because many buildings constructed in the past had no air barriers and experienced major failures in terms of moisture damage and mould caused by condensation, which stemmed from air leakage. In addition, research shows that without an air barrier, insulation cannot deliver optimal energy efficiency or comfort. This is why blower door tests are commonly required to measure air tightness in new or renovated buildings.

 

Superquilt

YBS SuperQuilt for roofs & walls is the world’s highest performing EN certified reflective multifoil insulation on the market. The product is designed to insulate roofs, walls, floors, loft conversions, conservatories in less space and less time compared to traditional materials like Kingspan or Celotex. This flexible, easy to install, multilayer insulation offers tremendous thermal benefits. The benefit of multifoil insulation is that it is suitable for a range of applications from roof insulation, floor insulation and wall insulation and due to the slim depth, you can save valuable space on your installation.

SuperQuilt is manufactured in the UK using a combination of 19 layers of true aluminium foil, wadding and high density foam.It effectively stops excess heat from entering your roof in the summer and retains internal heat during the winter, keeping your roof at an ambient temperature all year round.

  • SuperQuilt is BBA & BDA Certified, approved by NHBC & LABC for Building Control.
  • YBS SuperQuilt is Suitable for New Builds and Renovations.
  • Highly Reflective True Aluminium Outer Layers.
  • Flexible, Thin and Easy to Install.
  • SuperQuilt can meet Building Regulations without use of PIR.
  • High Performing Vapour Control Layer.
  • Save up to 10% in Space and 30% in Cost.
  • UK Manufactured by YBS Insulation.
  • YBS SuperQuilt has a Class 1 Surface spread of flame Certificate.
  • Effective solar over-heating barrier.
  • Effective in summer and winter.
  • Fast and simple installation.

SuperQuilt has applications in roofs, walls and floors. For roofs, SuperQuilt can be used both over and under rafters as well as between and around purlins. When in accordance with good building practice and fixing instructions it can also be used as a vapour control layer if the joints are sealed with a foil tape. SuperQuilt is easy to fit into timber frames, cavity walls, dry lining and external walls as well as in suspended timber ceilings, crawl spaces and floating timbers too.

SUPERQUILT PROPERTIES

  • Roll Length: 10m
  • Roll Width: 1.5m
  • Roll Total Coverage: 15m2
  • Roll Thickness: 40mm
  • Core Thermal Resistance: 1.52m2K/W
  • Fire Resistance: Certified to Class E BSEN 13501-1
  • Water Vapour Resistance: 1569 MNs/g
  • Tear Resistant.

YBS SuperQuilt Multifoil Insulation is fully LABC, BDA and BBA certified for insulating pitched roofs. It is most often used to the internal side of the rafters before the plasterboard is installed to reduce head height and save on costs. YBS SuperQuilt is the ideal solution for insulating the internal of solid brickwork and concrete block walls. SuperQuilt is fully certified for the use in dry linings and commonly achieves refurbishment regulations without additional insulation. SuperQuilt Re-Roofing Systems often start with YBS BreatherQuilt stapled onto the external of the rafters. BreatherQuilt has a built-in breather membrane, meaning there is no requirement for an additional breathable felt on the rafters. Install BreatherQuilt by rolling out the multifoil at the bottom of the rafters, stapling at intervals of at least 300mm spacing’s, once the first layer is installed, repeat this process with the second layer ensuring there is a horizontal overlap of 100mm minimum.



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