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Verulam

Use of expanding foam in roofs Eric Skilton, of John Pryke & Partners, writes expressing concern over the apparent growing use of expanding foam for the insulation and stabilisation of old roof coverings: While this process would appear to fulfil its intended function of upgrading the insulation to the loft space and providing additional fixity to the roof covering, it strikes me that we are sowing the seeds of future problems with this refurbishment technique. Verulam