Without insulation your home loses 25 to 30% of heat in the winter and 25 to 30% of coolness in the summer.
By installing Ceiling Insulation your home will be able to maintain a more consistent temperature that is comfortable for you and your family.
Over the years, ceiling insulation has emerged as one of the most practical and wisest money saving decisions a home owner can make.
Apart from the aesthetic appeal that the insulation gives to your home, it significantly increases the rent value which means that not only will the insulation be saving you money on utilities, it will pay for itself and leave you with extra money should you decide to sell or rent the house!
Apart from that, you can insulate new or already existing ceilings to ensure energy savings in all parts of the home. Some of the main advantages for ceiling insulation include temperature regulation and an increase in the overall resale value of the structure. The result is that homes with quality aerolite insulation tend to be warm in colder weather while concurrently managing to stay cool when its hot, all without costly full time air conditioners.
Apart from the comfort you get from constant temperature regulation, you get to save on cooling and heating expenses whenever weather patterns change. Insulation installation prevents moisture build ups in the attic which would otherwise compromise the safety of your roof.
Johannesburg Roofing ceiling insulation is easy to install in hidden corners making it the best choice even for those with irregularly shaped attics. In choosing insulation ease of use is an important factor as you may have to shift or re-install it when making modifications to your roof. Johannesburg Roofing insulation is easy to adjust meaning you need not hire a professional in future to add or remove some of it.
The insulation is made up of healthy materials that won’t give off dangerous dust when exposed to heat or after several years in your roof. Finally aerolite ceiling insulation gives you unbeatable value since any leftover cutoffs can be used to insulate pipes within the house which adds up to even bigger savings.