Having insulation installed in your home or business is important to help you for a variety of reasons. The most common type of insulation people use is insulation but you can also insulate your walls, geysers, and pipes as well. Choosing to insulate your home with ISOTHERM will help you save electricity and you get to help the environment at the same time too.
Having thermal insulation for roofs, walls, pipes and geysers can help to dramatically reduce your electricity bill. Insulation in your home helps to keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter. This means you that in summer you won’t need to run your air conditioner as much and in winter you won’t require as much heating. But cutting down on the use of heating and cooling appliances you will save money on electricity as these appliances use some of the highest amounts of electricity than any other appliance in your home.
Good for the Environment
ISOTHERM products are environmentally friendly as they are made from PET bottles which have been recycled. Their insulation is also not a non-toxic thermally-bonded polyester so aside for being good for the environment it’s good for you as well. Saving Electricity and helping the environment overlap as points why you should choose to insulate your home. If you are using less electricity then you are helping to reduce carbon emissions which are another win for you and the environment.
Easy to Install
You can have someone install your insulation for you or you can choose to install it yourself. If you choose to install it yourself its extremely easy if you follow these simple steps taken from the ISOTHERM website for roof installations:
• Measure the distance between roof beams or roof trusses and then select the most appropriate roll of insulation.
• Cut the insulation to the correct size before entering the roof with a pair of scissors or shears.
• Make sure to avoid walking on ceiling boards and only walk on the crossbeams, truss ties or balancing boards.
• Be sure to place the insulation correctly by placing it in close contact above the ceiling and make sure it fits well between the roof beams and trusses.
• Make sure that there is no gaps by butting the ends of the rolls together or overlapping them to ensure the insulation functions correctly.
• Be sure to allow a 150mm gap around flue pipes, ceiling fans and recessed lights.
• Wrap the insulation around geysers and water pipes to increase the effectiveness of the insulation.
• Make sure you don’t block any ventilation points with the insulation.
• Use any offcuts you may have to fill in gaps and corners.
• Don’t put insulation in contact with any metal chimney fabrications or flues.
• Remember to insulate under the geyser and above the trap door.
There are many benefits for choosing to insulate your home with ISOTHERM. It’s quick and easy to install and will save you money on your electricity bills. It will keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer and is also environmentally friendly.don’t you know more about ISOTHERM yet? go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotherm for more information.