A typical un-insulated home loses and gains up to 35% of it’s energy through the ceiling, and this can be dramatically reduced by installing the correct thickness insulation.

 

An important consideration when building is to determine the relevant climatic zone. Each of the climatic zones has a different R-Value which is the ability of a product to resist the transfer of heat. Thermal insulation provides a high resistance to the flow of heat from the warm surface to the cold surface in your home, helping you maintain a comfortable living environment, keeping your house cool in summer and warm in winter.

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