In fact Ceiling insulation is now compulsory for all new homes built as of January 2013. In accordance with the new SANS legislation in South Africa. As a result of the energy crisis and to help save our environment.
For this reason Ceiling and roof insulation is one of the best investments for your home. Installing Isotherm Ceiling Insulation or Aerolite Ceiling Insulation will reduce the heat flow in and out of your home.
In summer Isotherm Insulation or Aerolite insulation will improve the temperature in your home significantly; Ceiling insulation reduces the heat flow from the roof through the ceiling into your home in summer.
In fact is in summer the roof area of your home is like an OVEN. This heat is like a pressure cooker and the easiest way out is through the thin rhino board ceiling and into your home.
Once you have installed Isotherm Ceiling Insulation or Aerolite insulation. You have therefore created a barrier that reduces the heat flow by up to 80%. This is significant because 80% of the heat from your roof is now not coming into your home.
Therefore on its own Insulation will drop the temperature in your home. Ensuring a much cooler 4 to 8 degC in some homes. If you are using air conditioners it will cut down your energy bill dramatically. In this case you can run on a lower setting and your air conditioner will not have to over work. This will save a substantial amount of money on electricity.
Use The Correct Thickness Insulation
A home insulated with the correct thickness insulation. Will achieving the correct R-value for the region that you live in. And therefore also increase the value of your property. As your home can then be sold as insulated and SANS compliant. Many of the new property buyers on the market today are all aware of energy saving as well as the environment?
A well insulated home will recover the cost of insulation in apron. 2 to 3 years.