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Insulating your loft is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency and make it more comfortable every day. It can save you money on your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint at the same time.

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What is Loft Insulation?

Loft insulation in its most simple terms, is placing a layer of insulation material in the space between the roof and the ceiling of your home. It’s a quick and easy way to boost your home without breaking the bank, it’s easy to install, and you can do it yourself! There are lots of different types of loft insulation, each one with different pros and cons.

Why Get Loft Insulation?

Loft insulation is a must have for every home. Between energy prices increases and an increasing understanding of the importance of reducing carbon and having an energy efficient home, it’s a no brainer to make sure that your loft is as insulated as possible.

A properly insulated loft can improve your homes air quality by trapping things like pollens and allergens that can cause irritation. On top of that it can also reduce noise pollution by absorbing some sound in your home, making it a little quitter and more peaceful. Loft insulation can even increase your home’s EPC certificate rating, which can be desirable to new home buyers.

Types of Loft Insulation

There are 4 main types of insulation you can use for your loft, each with their own pros and cons:

Blanket Insulation

This is the most common type of loft insulation you’ll see in homes in the UK. It comes in rolls generally, and can be made of rock, recycled glass, foil backed felt, or mineral fibres.

Loose Fill Insulation

This insulation involves loose, lightweight material that can top up existing insulation or be used on its own. It consists of things like cork granules, mineral wool,  fibre, and even recycled newspaper!

Sheet Insulation

This kind of insulation is designed to insulate the underside of the roof. Made of firm boards of natural or synthetic materials, it can be made to specific sizes, and can even be fire, and moisture resistant.

Blown Fibre Insulation

This kind of insulation is blow in between gaps in the joists of the loft. The loose fibres are great for getting into hard to reach areas of your loft that otherwise might be missed. 

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