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Insulation


Icynene breathable insulation was sprayed between the roofing joists to create a warm roof structure.


Icynene Foamlite is applied as a two-component mixture that come together at the tip of a trigger-action device, forming a foam that expands 100-fold within seconds of application, searching out and sealing gaps, service holes and hard to reach spaces, virtually eliminating cold bridging and air leakage.


Unlike the urethane-based foams of 20 years ago, modern spray foams like Icynene Foamlite use water as the blowing agent. The reaction between the chemical components produces CO2 which causes the foam to expand. As the foam expands the cells burst and the CO2 is replaced by air.


As a result, Foamlite has a global warming potential (GWP) of 1 (one) and an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of 0 (zero). Furthermore, Icynene does not emit any harmful gasses once cured and is completely inert.


At Keepers Cottage, the original walls comprised an external leaf of dressed masonry with an internal skin of brickwork, separated by a partially filled cavity. During renovation, an internal frame of timber stud-work was constructed and Icynene sprayed to a minimum thickness of 100mm between the studs and directly onto the exposed brickwork. A vapour barrier was applied, followed by proprietary plasterboard, creating a wall of approximately 450mm overall thickness.


The roof structure was stripped and re-felted and battened before replacing the original slates. Icynene was then sprayed to a thickness of 125mm between the roofing joists to create a warm roof structure for planned habitable use.


A poured concrete screed over 100mm thick rigid insulation slabs form the new ground floor to the building.


Restoration work on Keepers Cottage began in Autumn 2018 with insulation being completed over a three-day window in late January 2019. The property was completed in Spring 2019 and because of its unique location and fascinating restoration programme, Keepers Cottage featured in an episode of the BBC’s ‘Homes Under The Hammer’ series.


For more information on Icynene Spray applied insulation go to: www.icynene.co.uk


An internal frame of timber stud-work was constructed and Icynene sprayed between the studs and directly onto the exposed brickwork.


Icynene expands 100-fold within seconds of application, sealing gaps, service holes and hard to reach spaces.


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