Martin Roberts TalkRadio Interview Foamroof Insulation

Martin Roberts TalkRadio Interview Foamroof Insulation

Martin Roberts Talkradio

Property Expert Martin Roberts

Martin Roberts, property expert from TalkRadio interviewed Foamroof for our insulation expertise.

Wow! & Amazing! were mentioned many times by Martin – which sums our product up very well! Below is a brief edited summary – best to listen to the whole thing!

Martin: “So you could make your loft into a room without the trouble of plaster boarding it”

Foamroof: “absolutely! Our product is Class 1 fire rated spray foam which actually delayed a fire in Exeter enough for the fire brigade to put it out – Martin’s response: “No way, that’s a great thing to shout and scream about!”

Martin: “what colour is it?”

Foamroof: A light creamy white.

Martin: “what’s a cluster fly? I’ve seen millions of them.” Foamroof: A damp loft is perfect for breeding bugs! Spray foam stops all that.

Martin: “are there any grants?” Foamroof: Reduced VAT to 5% represents a significant saving. Long term savings of no roof repairs and reduced heating bills.

Martin: “presumably you check everything is alright with their roof? Most people don’t even go up there. Potentially you are sorting out all sorts of issues in the future.”

Foamroof: We do all of the preparation first. We make it watertight and insulated. We make it a permanent solution.

Martin: “fantastic! What about commercial properties, big warehouses?”

Foamroof: typical application could be an old asbestos barn, tin roofed warehouses etc.

Martin: “there are still asbestos garages, can you spray foam it and make it a safe place?”

Foamroof: Yes we can apply our spray foam directly to it

Martin: “great!”

Foamroof: winter offer – free velux window for all installations this side of Xmas!

Martin: “really? Wow!”

Foamroof would like to thank Martin Roberts, property expert, for his great interview! Please let us know what you thought.

Saving lives with fire retardant spray foam

We were recently informed by one of our customers that our spray foam helped stop a fire spreading from their immediate neighbour.

Foamroof spray foam insulation racing car

preparing rear end of spray foam racing car garage loft vaulted garage loft spray foam dreamroof spray foam garage

So you thought that your loft was full of gems, well check out this GP winning racing car! This was on the ground floor of a newly built garage that needed insulating for the winter.

Foamroof was chosen to ensure that no condensation effects the building and it’s contents. Not only does Foamroof spray foam insulation maintain a more regulated temperature it also insulates the whole building.

This garage has an upstairs too which we have spray foamed. The additional benefit is soundproofing. So if the engine is fired up, the noise will be reduced.

As you can imagine we had too prepare and cover everything, even the garage floor!

Dreaming about which you’d prefer? Well the car will only ever cost you money, but the Foamroof spray foam insulation will only ever save you money!

Another happy Foamroof customer. If you would like to keep your precious items clean and dry for the winter, please contact us!

You can’t beat the recommendation of a repeat customer!

Foamroof installation in Weymouth and then again in Portsmouth.

Case Study: Slipping tiles and noise pollution

Foamroof repair damaged and slipping tiles combined with sprayfoam reduce noise pollution from aircraft flying near Bournemouth Airport.

Case Study: Solving a loft condensation problem

We sent the Foamroof team to deal with a property that had serious condensation issues.

Case Study: Roof restoration on 200 year old property

Foamroof successfully complete a part spray foam restoration, part re-roof of an extensive character property. Another delighted customer!

Free Velux window on all orders in April

Fully fitted, worth over £1000 for all orders placed before the end of April 2014.

Improving the market value of your home

Research published by the Department of Energy & Climate Change has found that increasing the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of a property by one or two bands can raise its value by 14% on average.