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Room in Roof Insulation

A quarter of heat is lost through the roof in an uninsulated home. If you use your roof space as a living space, you can insulated the roof itself rather than the loft floor. This creates a thermal envelope helping heat stay in the living area, which saves on average £240 a year on energy bills.


Room in Roof Insulation is ideal if you use your loft space as a room, enabling you to insulate the sloping surfaces of your roof. This prevents heat escaping through your roof and can be covered with plasterboard for an attractive finish.


Many older properties were built with original roof spaces used as bedrooms or later converted into the loft but were never insulated. Not only are the sloping ceilings insulated, but also the gables ends, any common wall and the eave space and apex of the loft.


If you want to learn more about the ECO scheme, please visit the GOV.UK website. Boiler Grants are funded by the 'Affordable Warmth' part of the energy company obligation.


A Pre installation survey would determine what method of install is most suitable. Depending on the roof type and age of property different materials are best suitable.


Generally high performance thermal Insulation board is used which is then place over exiting plasterboard to create a fresh new finish soon in completed examples below.


Room in Roof Insulation

Room in Roof Insulation
Room in Roof Insulation