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An un-insulated home loses a quarter of its heat through the roof so insulating your loft, flat roof or loft is essential to reducing heat loss and your energy bills. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: CIRCLAPP - How to Prove Your Loft is Energy Efficient


1
How to Prove Your Loft is Energy Efficient
  • CIRCLAPP has specified that installing loft
    insulation could reduce your energy bills.
  • An un insulated home loses a quarter of its heat
    through the roof so insulating your loft, flat
    roof or loft is necessary to reducing heat loss
    and your energy bills.

2
What Type of Insulation Do I Need?
  • Depending on if the beams are regular and if
    access is easy.
  • Companies normally need to be able to insulate at
    least two thirds of your loft space.
  • And they exclude properties with more than 60mm
    of existing loft insulation.

3
What Is Your Loft For?
  • Another way of looking at this, is to consider
    what your loft is going to be used for before you
    decide what to do.

4
  • -Storage
  • If youre using your loft for storage then you
    will want to lay boards over the beams.
  • Insulate between the beams with mineral wool then
    lay rigid insulation boards on top, with wooden
    boards on top.
  • You can buy insulation board pre-bonded to the
    wooden boarding to make this much easier.

5
  • -Inaccessible
  • If your loft is inaccessible, you can have blown
    insulation installed by a professional.
  • They will use specialist equipment to blow
    fire-retardant.
  • Loose insulation material made of cellulose fiber
    or mineral wool into the loft.

6
  • -Loft Conversion
  • You can insulate your room-in-the-roof by
    insulating the roof itself instead of the floor.
  • Boards need to be cut to the correct width so
    they fit tightly between the roof beam.
  • Walls in your roof space and around dormer
    windows need to be insulated and you can do that
    with rigid insulation boards.

7
Contact Us
  • Suite 703, 481 university avenue
  • Toronto, ON,
  • M5G 2E9
  • Phone no. 18775524725
  • Email id we_at_circlapp.ca

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