NZ Foam to the rescue!

Heating is expensive. However, transforming an old or new farming shed into a dry, temperature controlled, commercially viable building has proved possible with NZ Foam!

Words by NZ Foam
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Spray polyurethane foam has been in New Zealand for 40 years and is the preferred insulation product globally.

 Foam’s rediscovery and redevelopment came out of director Chris Haughey’s frustration and dogged determination to find a solution for inefficient buildings, without the shortfalls of other products.

Along with Rob Leach and his crew, with headquarters in Canterbury and hubs in Queenstown, Wellington, and Tauranga, the team service from Cape Reinga to Bluff, working with builders and architects for renovations and new builds.

Water and air tight, it keeps out all outside contaminants, is safe, environmentally sound and completely inert - with no offgassing or formaldehyde. It’s made from 22% renewable and recycled content including sustainable soy-based oil and plastic bottles.

“It is completely self-extinguishing. Data sheets and fire tests are incorporated as part of the Codemark industry standard.” Chris says.

NZFoam has one of the highest R-value on the market.

Sprayed on, with no gaps or corners, it goes around any curve or corner, never moving or sagging over time. Foam can be also used on building exteriors, if painted, and under wooden floors in any ground condition - and is adhesive to concrete and steel.

For David Waddy of Scargill in North Canterbury, NZFoam mitigated the expense of a new roof in his woolshed. With the water-tight, damp-proof solution, sheep now stay dry - even in extreme weather.

Nigel Reith of Rakaia Hub Potato Storage facilities says foam has economically transformed his business in regards to running costs and quality control.

Lance Roper’s Selwyn onion farm now stores product onsite in a converted chicken shed, cutting costs, thanks to the temperature-controlled environment heated and cooled by NZFoam and Snow Temp air conditioning.

And a Palmerston North deer shed produces half tonne of fodder daily, with the NZFoam solution at the helm.

“Foam requires no maintenance and has a zero-lifecycle cost, lasting the life-time of the building.We confidently offer a 25-year plus guarantee for optimum performance and commit to bettering client expectations as to what spray foam insulation can achieve.”

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NZ Foam to the rescue!

Heating is expensive. However, transforming an old or new farming shed into a dry, temperature controlled, commercially viable building has proved possible with NZ Foam!

Words by NZ Foam
Created with sketchtool.
Created with sketchtool.

Spray polyurethane foam has been in New Zealand for 40 years and is the preferred insulation product globally.

 Foam’s rediscovery and redevelopment came out of director Chris Haughey’s frustration and dogged determination to find a solution for inefficient buildings, without the shortfalls of other products.

Along with Rob Leach and his crew, with headquarters in Canterbury and hubs in Queenstown, Wellington, and Tauranga, the team service from Cape Reinga to Bluff, working with builders and architects for renovations and new builds.

Water and air tight, it keeps out all outside contaminants, is safe, environmentally sound and completely inert - with no offgassing or formaldehyde. It’s made from 22% renewable and recycled content including sustainable soy-based oil and plastic bottles.

“It is completely self-extinguishing. Data sheets and fire tests are incorporated as part of the Codemark industry standard.” Chris says.

NZFoam has one of the highest R-value on the market.

Sprayed on, with no gaps or corners, it goes around any curve or corner, never moving or sagging over time. Foam can be also used on building exteriors, if painted, and under wooden floors in any ground condition - and is adhesive to concrete and steel.

For David Waddy of Scargill in North Canterbury, NZFoam mitigated the expense of a new roof in his woolshed. With the water-tight, damp-proof solution, sheep now stay dry - even in extreme weather.

Nigel Reith of Rakaia Hub Potato Storage facilities says foam has economically transformed his business in regards to running costs and quality control.

Lance Roper’s Selwyn onion farm now stores product onsite in a converted chicken shed, cutting costs, thanks to the temperature-controlled environment heated and cooled by NZFoam and Snow Temp air conditioning.

And a Palmerston North deer shed produces half tonne of fodder daily, with the NZFoam solution at the helm.

“Foam requires no maintenance and has a zero-lifecycle cost, lasting the life-time of the building.We confidently offer a 25-year plus guarantee for optimum performance and commit to bettering client expectations as to what spray foam insulation can achieve.”

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NZ Foam

Request pricing/info
Visit website
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NZ Foam to the rescue!

Heating is expensive. However, transforming an old or new farming shed into a dry, temperature controlled, commercially viable building has proved possible with NZ Foam!

Words by NZ Foam
Created with sketchtool.
Created with sketchtool.

Spray polyurethane foam has been in New Zealand for 40 years and is the preferred insulation product globally.

 Foam’s rediscovery and redevelopment came out of director Chris Haughey’s frustration and dogged determination to find a solution for inefficient buildings, without the shortfalls of other products.

Along with Rob Leach and his crew, with headquarters in Canterbury and hubs in Queenstown, Wellington, and Tauranga, the team service from Cape Reinga to Bluff, working with builders and architects for renovations and new builds.

Water and air tight, it keeps out all outside contaminants, is safe, environmentally sound and completely inert - with no offgassing or formaldehyde. It’s made from 22% renewable and recycled content including sustainable soy-based oil and plastic bottles.

“It is completely self-extinguishing. Data sheets and fire tests are incorporated as part of the Codemark industry standard.” Chris says.

NZFoam has one of the highest R-value on the market.

Sprayed on, with no gaps or corners, it goes around any curve or corner, never moving or sagging over time. Foam can be also used on building exteriors, if painted, and under wooden floors in any ground condition - and is adhesive to concrete and steel.

For David Waddy of Scargill in North Canterbury, NZFoam mitigated the expense of a new roof in his woolshed. With the water-tight, damp-proof solution, sheep now stay dry - even in extreme weather.

Nigel Reith of Rakaia Hub Potato Storage facilities says foam has economically transformed his business in regards to running costs and quality control.

Lance Roper’s Selwyn onion farm now stores product onsite in a converted chicken shed, cutting costs, thanks to the temperature-controlled environment heated and cooled by NZFoam and Snow Temp air conditioning.

And a Palmerston North deer shed produces half tonne of fodder daily, with the NZFoam solution at the helm.

“Foam requires no maintenance and has a zero-lifecycle cost, lasting the life-time of the building.We confidently offer a 25-year plus guarantee for optimum performance and commit to bettering client expectations as to what spray foam insulation can achieve.”

Get in touch with
NZ Foam

Request pricing/info
Visit website
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