Think Green Roof Insulation.
While many people invest in keep their homes and businesses cool in summer and warm in winter, very few do this in the right sequence.
They look at air conditioners, ceiling fans , central heating systems and gas heaters but almost none consider one critical aspect :
“How are we going to keep that heat or coolth in the building once we have created it using energy?”
The truth is , anyone looking to save energy costs on heating or cooling needs to start with the way to keep that in.
You start with your roof insulation.
Preventing heat loss with roof insulation
This is a diagram of how homes lose heat and how cold air enters the structure.
All of these contribute to energy loss and increased costs to re-heat or re-cool the home.
Between the wall,roof and floor a home can lose around 70% of it’s heat.
It is widely agreed that around 40% of all heat loss occurs through the roof.
The result, increased energy costs to maintain the heat in the home.
The solution – roof insulation.
By installing roof insulation in your home , you can save on those costs and keep you home warmer for longer , with less money spent on energy.
At the same time, an eco-friendly roof insulation like the one produced at Think Green Insulation offers a number of benefits to a home owner.
First and foremost,it will cut electricity costs by retaining warmth and reducing heat loss.
Second, being recycled provides an environmentally friendly option that contributes to the reduction of plastic pollution in the environment.
Thirdly, there is no risk of hazardous material escaping into the home and creating potential health risks to the occupants of the home and lastly , Think Green roof insulation made from recycled PET is fire safe, meaning that should a fire occur, the insulation simply melts and does nor burn.
Think Roof Insulation first.
By going from the top down and not from the floor up, your energy saving strategy will involve installing roof insulation first and then looking at systems to maintain the temperature in the home according to season.
Once you have made sure that you can keep the energy in effectively,your requirements for air con or central heating systems may become less expensive since your insulation is doing most of the work.
If , like many people in South Africa, you are looking to find ways to cut your electricity costs and you want to make a positiev contribution to the environment – Think Green Roof Insulation is the way to go.