Thermal insulation with polyurethane foam: Features and benefits
Insulating your home from a thermal point of view is essential to maintaining a high level of healthiness inside the home, against drafty windows and cold that infiltrate through the fixtures but also to face the heat in the hottest months.
In addition, adequate insulation also represents, immediately, significant savings in utility bills.
But how do you isolate your windows?
One of the most popular and cutting-edge methods is precisely through polyurethane foam.
Polyurethane foam is made from polyurethane polymers, and is excellent as a sealant and also waterproof.
It is also perfect for soundproofing your home. In construction it is used for insufflation, grouting, and in the installation of heating or air conditioning systems.
This type of foam is very congenial for the cracks that are located right around the frame of the fixtures.
Polyurethane foam is increasingly chosen because, thanks to its nature and shape, it can reach even the most difficult areas.
This method is not at all complex but requires a lot of patience and precision as the foam could expand outside the crack you want to fill.