Spray Foam Removal Bristol

When it comes to removing spray foam insulation in Bristol, there are several potential benefits to consider.

If the spray foam insulation in the property was not installed according to building regulations or insurance requirements, removing it ensures compliance with the necessary standards. This helps avoid any legal or safety issues that may arise during the sale process.

If there are any issues with the underlying structure, such as water damage, mold growth, or pest infestation, removing the spray foam insulation allows for easier identification and repair of these problems. It simplifies the process of addressing any issues that may have been hidden or exacerbated by the insulation.

Removing spray foam insulation may increase the marketability of the property in Bristol. Some potential buyers may have concerns or preferences regarding spray foam insulation, and by removing it, you broaden the pool of interested buyers who may be more inclined to purchase the property.

It's important to evaluate the specific circumstances of your property and consider the preferences and requirements of potential buyers in the Bristol area. Consulting with a local insulation specialist like Countrywide Coating & Insulation can provide valuable guidance tailored to your situation.

Example of spray foam that needed to be removed.

(Drag arrows on the image to show the spray foam insulation before and after it has been removed.)

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Mrs Goodman was looking to sell her property in Bristol, but her buyers, unfortunately, couldn't get a mortgage on the property due to the fact it had closed cell spray foam insulation installed.
Countrywide Coatings and Insulation quickly made an appointment to visit the property and provide their expert advice on the best way to get the insulation out and allow the sale of the property to go through.

Ice blasting the closed cell spray foam insulation is a quick and efficient way to remove all aspects of spray foam, it also ensured that Mrs Goodman’s buyers could then get their mortgage approved and get the sale of the property completed. More and more clients from Bristol are contacting Countrywide Coatings & Insulation to get their advice on the removal of open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation.

Our process


Meet & greet

Step 1

Meet & greet at the agreed time confirmed with clients. Discuss your schedule of works and commence spray foam removal job.


Step 2

Prepare the site for work to commence. Use dust sheets to cover areas of importance and move any expensive objects.

Cut out spray foam

Step 3

Cut out large sections of foam with specialist insulation saws. Use scrapers and pallet knives carefully remove from corners. Taking great care to not damage felt.

Ice blast

Step 4

Ice blast rafters to clean and expose if required.


Step 5

Clean away and remove debris. We have a waste carriers licence and will dispose of the waste correctly and cost efficiently for our clients.

Loft insulation roll

Step 6

Carry out any remedial work. Apply new Loft insulation or rafter insulation if required. Leaving your home prepared to your specifications.

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