Room in roof insulation services across Birmingham, Moseley, Kings Heath, Kings Norton, Smethwick, Edgbaston, Aston, Hockley, Satley, Small Heath, Northfield, Lozells and surrounding areas.
Room in roof insulation is the ideal way to ensure heat retention stays consistent across your home, even in sloped roof areas.
Room in roof insulation is a fantastic way for you to secure a living space that remains comfortable, no matter the weather. Not only this, but you could find yourself saving money on your heating costs too as the warmth from your heating stays in your property for a longer period of time. With this in mind, installing our room in roof insulation into your property could save you up to £150 a year on your heating bills: while potentially reducing the heat loss of your property by as much as 25%. This insulation is also important to keeping draughts and the winter winds out of your property, which is beneficial as these factors can have a negative effect on your comfort. All of the room in roof insulation that we install is integrated into the walls and ceiling, which is then covered with plaster to serve as the canvas for any decoration works.
It is important to note that room in roof insulation is not a DIY project, it will require the touch of our professional team. This is because there are important considerations that need to be taken into account when it comes to ventilation and fire protection, which need to be put in place to ensure your safety. Alongside this, our teams will also be on hand to offer a high-quality survey to ensure you get the perfect fit to suit your home. Simply get in touch with us today and we’ll be more than happy to get the ball rolling on making your home a more comfortable place to be! With Alpha Building and Heating Ltd, you won’t have to worry about an inferior fit compromising the functionality of your room in roof insulation. Insulation can be applied to Electric Heated properties as well as all other type properties.
Room in roof insulation comprises insulation boards that are placed in the space between the rafters in the loft, which enables them to act as a protective layer against the elements: keeping the cold air out and warm air in. This design is then complemented by the rigid insulation structure, which works to provide a completely waterproof barrier to prevent any leaks. In some instances, it may be more appropriate to overboard using a high performance insulated plasterboard then plaster over ready for decoration.
All Year Round Performance
Our room in roof insulation will improve the performance of your home 12 months a year. During the colder months, your home will retain more natural heat. However, during summer, this insulation will ensure that excessive heat cannot enter your property, meaning your home won’t feel ridiculously stuffy as it may do with outdated insulation.
Room in Roof Insulation Requirements
There are a few key factors that you will need to take into account to ensure you can enhance your home with room in roof insulation. This includes no attic ladders, only accessible stairs. You will also have to ensure the room isn’t just another storey. To check this, at least 50% of any vertical walls shouldn’t be over 1.8 metres.
We know that you want to bring more comfort to your home in a way that causes as little disruption to your daily life as possible, which is why all of our room in roof insulation installations are carried out in a prompt and professional manner. You can rest assured that we’ll be on hand to maximise efficiency while minimising stress.
Your loft will be surveyed by our experienced team to ensure its suitable for room in roof insulation.
The insulation is then cut to shape to ensure it perfectly fits the available roof space in your attic.
The room-in roof insulation is then fitted between the beams of the ceiling. We remind you that this needs to be done by a skilled technician, and cannot be done by an untrained homeowner!
Room in roof insulation features insulation boards that are installed in between the rafters underneath the existing plasterboard walls. They comprise a rigid foam insulation board and are usually manufactured from polystyrene or polyurethane.
Loft insulation involves insulation being laid on the loft floor between the joists with an additional layer laid at right angle intervals. Room in roof insulation, however, is installed into the walls to maintain aesthetic appeal and the authentic ‘room-like’ feel.
If the loft space that you have proves to be too small or inaccessible, you can still choose from a wide range of other options. Simply get in touch with a member of our friendly team and we’ll be more than happy to run you through your options.
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