The installation of roof and ceiling insulation is one of the most important decisions that a homeowner or business owner make. The major percentage of energy expenses among homes and businesses is from cooling and heating. With isotherm and aerolite ceiling and roof insulation, you’ll save money, maintain a consistent temperature and conserve energy. How does insulation works? Radiation, convection, and conduction are the three basic components when it comes to hot air flow. The installation of ceiling and roof insulation slows the conductive heat flow, lowers the gain of radiant heat, and lessens the effects of warm air that escapes through the convection circulation.
One of the best thermal insulation products is isotherm, specifically 145mm insulation for reducing heat flow as much as ninety percent during hot summer days. The benefits of isotherm ceiling and roof insulation include cool summer, warm winter, save on energy expenses, dust-free (no loose fibers), allergy-free, itch-free, eco-friendly, a fire rating of BB/1/2 and 30-year guarantee. For isotherm roof and ceiling insulation installation, it should be installed flat on the ceiling because if this is done incorrectly, instead of cooling down inside your home, it will cool down your roof space, and you still need to run your air conditioner to be comfortable. Improper isotherm roof and ceiling insulation installation will cause the warm air created inside the home to rise and be pulled into the cold roof space. There are also acoustic benefits of installing isotherm insulation when using 145mm isotherm, greatly reducing noise pollution and making your home soundproof by installing two or three layers. On the other hand, an aerolite insulation is made of fiberglass manufactured from recycled glass bottles, providing cool in summer with 135mm, warm in winter, energy saving and acoustic properties.
An isotherm or aerolite insulation installation offers great benefits all year round, avoiding energy loss as hot air rises in winter, and in summer, prevents your roof from absorbing heat for cooler temperature. The safety and lifespan of your roof are prolonged with roof insulation, preventing melting of snow as heat rises that create ice dams that weigh heavily in the structure of your roof. Indeed, isotherm or aerolite insulation can save you up to forty percent of your energy bills, avoiding rotting wood and sagging roofs. If you are looking for a roof insulation installer, feel free to check our website or homepage for more information. Protect your home, save on energy bills and be more comfortable with roofing insulation.Roofs Tips for The Average Joe