A shed can be much more than just a place to throw your tools. It could be used for gardening, as a workshop, or even as storage for a classic car. However, without proper shed insulation you will be limited to how you use the space. 

The weather, condensation, and noise constraints can all affect the amount of time you spend there. You will likely have insulation in your home, but what about your shed? Here is what you should consider when it comes to your outdoor work oasis:

Shed Insulation

The first type of shed insulation you might think about is for the walls. The most common areas for concern are around any windows and doors, as cold (and hot) air, and water can creep in. Filling in any gaps will make a difference, especially if you use any heating or cooling inside. With temperatures reaching extreme highs and chilly lows, insulation can be key to reducing the risk of damage to the contents of your shed. Filling in those cracks can also make it harder for pests to make your shed their new home.

Shed Roof and Ceiling Insulation

The roof is another place you can apply shed insulation. Whether it is for a commercial or domestic shed, there is a solution to fit. As sheds often have limited space, a spray on foam works well. It will fit in any crevice for a more efficient workspace, without the bulkiness of traditional products. Polyurethane foam should always be applied by a professional, and our team of experienced staff can help with your project.