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Loft Insulation

Effective Loft Insulation

Loft insulation is a simple and effective way to reduce your heating bills. Our designers and engineers can help you create the perfect insulation system for your home, including your loft. We will first inspect your loft to identify which type of insulation suits your home best and within your budget. Our technicians will insulate your loft and the rest of your home to help you stay warm even during the coldest nights.

Choosing the Right Insulation

The three most common methods for insulating lofts are blanket, loose-fill, blown fibre, and board insulation. Blanket insulation is made from wool in the form of rolls or slabs, which are installed within the loft floor's joists. Loose-fill is prepared from cellulose fibre, mineral wool, or cork. This type of insulation is in the form of granules and is pure between the loft's joists. Loft insulation boards can be installed between the joists or over them. Blown fibre insulation or Spray Foam Loft Insulation involves blowing fibres between and around the joists. The fibres are bonded together and act like foam. All these methods can be used, or a combination of them, to create the perfect insulation for your loft. Get in touch with our loft insulation team to learn more.

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Keep It Warm with Loft Insulation

Keeping your home warm during the winter requires a highly efficient central heating system. The load on your heating system keeps increasing as the temperature falls, and heat loss can put more pressure on it. How does heat loss occur? Through the pipes, walls, and roof. Research shows that amongst these components, the most significant amount of heat is lost through your roof. Insulating your loft prevents most of the heat from escaping through your roof. Moreover, if you have converted your loft into a liveable space, the insulation will work both ways. It will serve as a warm roof for your ground storey and a warm floor for your loft. Call us for highly reliable Loft Roof Insulation to keep your home cosy during winter.

Cut Down Your Energy Bills with Our High-quality Loft Insulation

As loft insulation reduces heat loss, it also reduces the load on your central heating system, which implies that less hot water is used and, therefore, your boiler's work is reduced. This efficiency translates into savings, and your energy expense will reduce. How much heat loss is prevented and how much money you save depends significantly on the type of insulation installed and on how well the insulation has been fitted. Our expert Loft Insulation Installers can help you choose the proper insulation for your loft and install it perfectly.

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Reduce Noise

Although the purpose of loft insulation is to minimize heat loss, it comes with extra benefits. Installing loft insulation reduces the loft floor noise. So if you have a converted loft and you have children living upstairs, loft insulation will cut down your bills and noise. You will have one more reason to sleep better. Loft insulation boards and blanket insulation will reduce the noise considerably. People often think of loft insulation boards as DIY Loft Insulation. However, we strongly recommend against installing them yourself. Professionals know how thick the boards should be and how they are to be installed with perfection. Contact us for loft insulation specialists and get your lofts insulated at the earliest.

Make the Most Out of Your Loft Conversions

Households often carry out loft conversions to increase living space. The additional space is used for creating different rooms. However, the loft can get extremely cold during the winter. This means an extra load on your central heating or cooling system. However, if Loft Conversion Insulation is carried out properly, including the walls, roof, and Loft Door Insulation, then your loft space will also stay warm during the winter and cold during the summer.

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