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spray foam insulation, or spray polyurethane foam (SPF), this is an alternative to traditional building insulation. Other methods include fibreglass, wool or mineral fibre rolls. It can be used to insulate your roof, loft, walls and floor – but it is the roof installation that causes problems for mortgage lenders.

By sealing the roof space with SPF, air circulation can be drastically restricted to the roof. This can lead to condensation, which can eventually lead to the rotting of the wooden roof supports.

These are some major concerns to mortgage lenders who might be looking to finance a mortgage on the property for 25 years or more.

Removing the spray foam will most likely be more expensive than having it installed in the first place, as the sprayed material penetrates all the crevices and gaps, making them difficult to access and remove. Even having done this, not all lenders will be willing to accept the property.

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