Older Projects


This little town house is located at a Soi off Sathu Pradit Rd, on the outskirts of Bangkok just 5 min. away from Petkasem Rd

The owner had not used the upper floor for some time but wanted to build an office up there and that’s why he called us to provide him with some proper roof insulation.

In one day only did we finish spraying his roof and now the ceilings are being re-fitted already.



The house pictured below is located in the beautiful area around Mae Rim, a small village just 20 km. north of downtown Chiangmai.

The roof is built in Lanna style, which has it’s origins in Chiangmai but became very popular recently and now you can find many villas all over Thailand built in this distinctive design.

To prevent leaks as well as to insulate the roof against the heat, spray foam was applied allover the roof except on the outer edges, the so-called eaves or soffits of the roof.

In the picture above you can clearly see that we take the utmost care of materials like tiles, natural stone or bricks by covering them in plastic foil or plastic sheets. We do this to protect against small foam particles that fall down during spraying and can damage other surfaces when there are no ceilings installed yet.



Another job well done by our spray team and yet another happy customer for Sprayfoam (Thailand) Roof Insulation company.



This lovely villa is located on the far outskirts of Hua Hin, not too far from the famous Wat Huay Monkol on the road to Pala-U.

This roof never had any leaks and the owner was interested in our foam treatment only because of it’s insulation properties.

Within 2 weeks after the job was completed, the home owner already confirmed to us by phone that he could feel the difference in temperature in his office, which sits on the top floor of his house, directly under the roof.

Another happy customer once again, well served by the Sprayfoam Team!



Our latest roof treatment with spray foam was delivered in a little town in Chiangmai called San Sai,
about 650 km. North of Bangkok.

The house is still under construction and ceilings were not fitted yet which makes it a little bit easier for us to reach all areas of the tiled roof.

Weather conditions were not so fortunate however, causing a few days of delay because we had to stop spraying a few times as soon as it started to rain heavily. This, because during heavy rain, humidity rises in the roof space and if the roof tiles get moist, the foam does not adhese properly.

 Yet, after four days we managed to complete spraying all of the bedrooms and the salas in front of the villa as well.

The owner of the property was very happy with the final result and promised us he would recommend our company to his friends because of the excellent service as well as the unusual high quality performance and professionalism of our Spray Team.



Our Spray Team just arrived back in Hua Hin from a job in Takuapa in Pangnga province.

There we had been ordered to spray a total of three roofs with spray foam on a project called Banyan Village.

The completed works are shown in the pictures below to give you a better idea what the foam treatment looks like.

If the ceilings are not fitted yet, because the villas are still under construction, we have much better access and can work faster too as to better work conditions.
Meaning it’s not too hot and there is much better ventilation in the roof space when there are no ceilingboards installed yet.



If we can spray more roofs during one visit to a remote area, we give a discount as it works out better for us too. We can save on accomodation costs as well as on fuel expenses and we give this advantage allways back to the customers by means of a price reduction.



This building is located directly on Pattaya’s Sukhumvit Road not too far from Jomtien Beach. The new owner decided to have a complete make-over and as the roof leaked badly already, insulation with our sprayfoam was the first step needed, so we started right after the demolishing team was finished taking out all the walls.

As there were no ceilings and because the roof was very high, we built up a set of mobile scaffolds first, in order to reach the roof tiles.

Big gaps like these on the picture above, cannot be sprayed straightaway as the foam will not have any place to stick on, so to speak. So we make small panels or strips of foam in molds on the floor, put these in front of the gap and seal them later using our spray gun. The result can be seen on the picture below.

After our team completed the roof treatment, the foam is fully expanded and dry instantly, so if we would have had a rainstorm right after the job, no leaks would occur.

Obviously, after we are done, we clean up properly as usual and leave the building site as tidy as possible.