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What is room in roof insulation?

Room in roof insulation is used to insulate a loft that has been converted into a room, rather than the standard loft insulation used in unconverted areas. It is approximated that the roof accounts for 25% of total heat loss in an uninsulated home. Roof insulation with enough room can help you save money on energy while also keeping you warm in your home.

What are the materials used to make roof insulation boards?

Insulation boards are often made of polystyrene or polyurethane, both of which are good heat trapping materials. The rigid boards can be trimmed to the appropriate size to create a barrier that prevents heat from escaping. They can then be plastered to give your room a finished look.

How does it Work?

When a roof space (such as a loft) is converted into a room, it necessitates the use of a different form of insulation that can fit between the joists and behind the room’s new walls. With room in roof insulation, heat is kept in during the winter and kept out during the summer, ensuring that your room in roof maintains a more consistent temperature and is useful all year.

The Installation Procedure

You can insulate your room in the roof yourself if it doesn’t have any damp issues, isn’t a flat roof, and is easily accessible. However, we do not advise you to do so because electric lines and ventilation must be handled carefully to avoid property damage. To achieve optimal efficiency, we employ the highest standard of insulation. Because this cannot be purchased at your local home improvement store, doing it yourself may not necessarily yield the greatest results. The insulation may usually be completed in one day, and the benefits can be noticed nearly immediately.

How much will it cost?

Typically, it costs a lot to insulate room in the roof but if you are on certain benefits you can claim you ECO 4 grant for Free Room in the Roof insulation. Once you submit your details our expert will check your property against the ECO 4 scheme and our assessor then tell you how You can do it for Free if you qualify

What are the advantages of insulating a room in the roof?

  • It makes converted lofts more pleasant by keeping them warm and cozy.
  • Prevents heat from escaping through your roof, allowing your home to be more comfortable.
  • Reduces your energy expenditures by requiring less expenditure because your home will remain warm for longer.
  • Increases your home’s value and desirability.