Loft Insulation Installers Scotland.
Our fully trained and experience Loft Insulation Installers can quickly and neatly install Loft Insulation to save you money on your energy bills and heating costs. We offer a fully insured and guaranteed fitting service, competitive pricing, as well as access to all the latest funding and grants. Increasing your loft insulation to at least 300mm is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to reduce your heating costs and lower your Co2 footprint. It is one of the simplest ways to boost your EPC rating and there are various grants, funding and cashback still available. Contact us today through the web site, email or call us on 0141 247 1086 to see how we can help save you money and reduce your energy waste.
Did you know that 25% of the energy used to heat your home is lost through an uninsulated roof? Therefore it is easy to see why loft insulation is a cheap and effective way to save on your gas and electricity bills. It prevents heat escaping, keeps your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer and is a very effective way to improve your home’s energy efficiency. If you already have your loft insulated we can also provide Room in Roof Insulation, Underfloor Insulation as well as Cavity Wall Insulation and Solid wall insulation to further improve your property. In addition, our experienced fitters can install Raised Loft Flooring above your insulation to allow you full use of your loft, and fit Loft Ladders and Balustrades to improve access and safety. Why not call us today to find out more, 0141 247 1086.
If you are looking for advice and guidance, why not arrange for a free property assessment to see where improvements and savings can be made?
Installing loft insulation over the joists at ceiling level is an easy job if you have the right training and skills. All our operatives are fully trained and experienced installers, fully aware of the all the Assessed Risks that come with the job.
Older houses will have a small amount of insulation lying within the joists, slightly newer houses will have more. Of course this may have been topped up over the last few years. Modern houses must have at least 300mm, or equivalent. The minimum we would recommend is 270mm, but we recommend you install as near to 400mm as possible.
The insulation is made up of 2 layers, called cross laying. Depending on the thickness of the joists, a suitable layer of insulation is laid over the existing insulation to bring it to the top of the joists. A further layer to bring the combined depth to 300mm is cross laid at a 90 degree angle. This results in less gaps and a more efficient insulation..