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Insulation for all your energy efficiency needs
Keeping Belfast and Newtownabbey in insulation
With the costs of heating your home increasing (seemingly by the day), you need to try and stop that heat escaping. The easiest way to stop heat escaping, after a house has been built, is by increasing your loft insulation. In our experience, we have found using fibreglass between your joists (the timber you can see in the floor of the attic) is the cheapest and easiest way to keep more heat in the rooms below.
Alternatively, if you need a warm loft (ie you want to keep the loft warm), the best way to do this is to use polyiso (sometimes called celotex or kingspan). Simply cut it up into strips and jamb it between your rafters (the timber you can see in the roof of your attic).
A non-combustible glass wool cavity barrier used to restrict the spread of smoke and flames and to minimise flanking noise transmission in concealed cavities.
Silvered both side polyeurathane insulation