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We were approached by the management company for a large storage warehouse/factory in Watford that was suffering from significant heat loss as a result of a thin corrugated tin roof. In winter months, the building was subject to condensation where cold temperatures from outside the building were combining with the heat rising and escaping from the building at the dew point on the roof surface...

Mr & Mrs Legard had recently moved into their property with the intentions of using the garage/workshop as a space for picture framing. As winter set in, they quickly realised the issues with storing expensive wood, paint and pictures in the workshop as a result of cold air intrusion...

Ken approached ThermoProtect after seeing our advertisment in the Cornwall Living magazine. Upon survey, we found Ken to have an incredible riverside bungallow that suffered from excessive solar gain in the summer and winter heat loss. His property also suffered from cold wind intrusion in colder months which, as a bungallow structure, allowed cold air to sink into the property very easily...

Ecore Construction are a London based construction company, appointed to undertake a large project in south Cornwall. The project comprised of the renovation of an existing home, extending the existing foot print whilst constructing additional outbuildings...

Mr Pearce contacted ThermoProtect to find out if our Polyurethane Spray Foam solution would speed up his New Build process which had fallen behind schedule. Mr Pearce's builders were busy with the seconmd fix work inside the property and faced several weeks of cutting Celotex to size in order to inslulate internal walls and the loft space...

Mr Irons called ThermoProtect as he had concerns over heat leakage through his roof. Following a full assessment of the loft space and roof, ThermoProtect were able to supply a breathable open cell PolyUrethane Foam install, designed to seal the roof and make it airtight between the rafters whilst leaving the rafter faces exposed in order to breathe...