Roof Insulation and loft Insulation can help you reduce your energy costs

Can loft insulation be used to lower my energy bills?

Loft insulation is an easy and cost-effective way to lower your heating bills. It will also retain heat better in your home, helping to cut down on your energy costs.

Spray foam insulation is our specialty. This is the best method to insulate your roof or loft. Spray foam insulation is made with open-cell technology. It’s far better than traditional loft insulation methods like fiberglass, Rockwool, or superficial.

Spray foam has a higher R-value than other methods and can seal your home and keep the heat inside. This will reduce the need to turn on your heating as often.

Warmer Solutions spray foam insulation can save up to 40% of your energy bills.

Go Renewable

You can save money on electricity by producing your own. Under the Inflation Reduction Act, you can get a tax credit for 30 percent of the cost of installing clean energy systems in your home, including solar panelswind turbinesand energy-efficient choices for heating and cooling homes. It’s an excellent opportunity to find out if heat pumps are right for you. There is a 30% tax credit for certain heat pump solutions, up to $2,000 annually.

Be Efficient

You can save money on your home’s energy costs by upgrading your appliances. Upgrades to more efficient models, such as water heaters and air conditioners, are eligible for a 30% tax credit

Don’t Wait, Insulate

Poor insulation or air leakage in your home can be like money literally escaping through cracks. You can prevent this from happening to you. Get a 30% tax credit for insulation and doors.

Ask a pro!

Not sure where to start? It’s not a problem. Our home energy auditors can help. Receive a $150 tax credit for a home energy assessment. Then, relax and let trained professionals go to work looking for ways to save energy in your home.

What is better fiberglass insulation than spray foam insulation?

Spray foam insulation is superior to fiberglass and rock wool. You will not be able to achieve high energy efficiency with materials such as fiberglass or Rockwool. Additionally, fiberglass and rockwool can deteriorate over time because their lifespan is not guaranteed. There is always a risk of condensation in lofts when wool insulation is used. Cold air can pass through these materials and hot air from your heating will create a dewpoint in the loft. This could lead to fiberglass holding moisture, creating black spots on your ceiling. Other hazards can also be created by mold, which can cause respiratory problems and lead to serious health issues.

Which loft insulation is best?

Spray foam insulation is more advanced than traditional wool insulation. It can save you up to 40% on your energy bills if installed correctly.

Spray foam insulation is more proactive than traditional roofing and loft insulation. It prevents cold air from entering the space. The added benefit of having storage on the loft floor makes your loft space more usable year-round without the need to raise the joists and add additional insulation. The pitch is insulated so that it can be used as a blank canvas.

Insulating your loft floor is not recommended. Instead, insulate your pitched roof between the rafters to a membrane. This will ensure that cold air does not reach the roof and heat stays inside your home. This will ensure that no heat is lost through your roof, and warmth is retained in your home. It will also reduce your heating costs.

A warm loft will make your home feel more comfortable. A cold roof is not a good idea as your home’s timber structure will be damaged. A dry loft will make your home dry.

Imagine a kettle boiling. When you open the lid, steam rises. When your heating is on, this is what happens to your home. As heat rises, a poorly insulated home will lose all of its heat through the roof.

Free Loft Survey

Warmer Solutions offers a free loft survey that allows trained professionals to evaluate your loft and recommend any necessary improvements. The survey includes:

Measurement of space and all elements such as size and timbers.

You should also check the moisture levels. You should also check if your timbers are dry. This can prevent further problems later.

Condensation Risk Report, which calculates the risk of condensation. We can also help you ensure that the ventilation is correct and allows the roof to breathe.

Examine the roof’s condition. Are the felt or membrane suitable for our application? Do we need to make any repairs?

Assess the insulation in your home and identify any problems.

This ensures that a thorough survey is done. We can then discuss with you any possible changes and recommendations for improvements.

Loft installation process

Warmer Solutions works around your schedule. We offer a transparent service and can schedule a time slot for spray foam installations in the morning or afternoon. It can take up to a full day depending on the size of your project. It can take as long as two days, depending on what you need.

Warmer Solutions is proud to be a leading spray foam installer. We pride ourselves in our high-quality work and superior service.

We will guide you through every step of the process, making sure you fully understand what we are doing. To make it easy, we arrive on time. As we complete the installation, we clean up and tidy up as much as possible. Experience is key to installing our products. We deliver this experience on all of our projects.

We will walk you through the installation and make sure you are satisfied

The team will call you back to review the installation and provide documentation upon completion. We offer a professional service, and we always meet the highest standards in work and deliver what we promise.

Our Spray foam installations come with a 2-year workmanship guarantee.

Warmer Solutions offers a unique service that benefits both us and our customers. Every 6 months, we follow up with our customers to see how insulation is performing.

Warmer Solutions also checks your gas usage and moisture levels after the installation is complete to make sure that Warmer Solutions delivers on its promises.

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