Heat rises, and in an uninsulated home a quarter of your heat is lost through the roof. Insulating your loft, attic or flat roof is a simple and effective way to save that waste and reduce your heating bills. Current Building Regulations dictate that homes should have 270mm (11 inches) of loft insulation cross-laid in the loft spaces. This amount of insulation can save you considerable amounts on your energy bills.
What is it?
Saves you money and can increase the value of your house.
Prevents condensation, fewer draughts and keeps you warm.
Loft insulation acts as a blanket, trapping any heat rising from the house below. The current government standard is a depth of 270mm or 11″. If your loft has not been insulated in the past 15 years, it will most likely require topping up. The insulation is installed between and then across the joists.
A well insulated property keeps warmth exactly where you need it – indoors. So, insulating your loft – or topping up any insulation you have already – will help to heat your property more efficiently. Using less energy reduces carbon dioxide emissions (CO2): one of the biggest causes of climate change. You will also save money on your bills too.
Your property will be regularly visited during the installation by one of our Quality Inspectors. Their role is to assess the quality of the installation at key stages and ensure that Rockwarm’s Health & Safety guidelines and procedures are being followed at all times.