Aerolite and Isotherm Insulation for Roofs
If you want to achieve a truly heat regulated and heat efficient roof, then your best choice for this is the aerolite and isotherm insulation. The materials basically insulate the roofs in the sense that they offer a barrier between your roof ceiling and the tiles and thus prevents the heat trapped from the top from escaping into the room through the ceiling. As such you will be sure of keeping warm during the winters and as well have it cool during the summer seasons. The roof installations are as such going to enable you have a heat efficient home as you will have a sort of regulation mechanism which will keep the house warm and cold all season according to the prevailing conditions of the time while not really being so dependent on the heaters and air conditioners. You are as well going to realize yet another benefit in the fact that they will indeed be putting a check on the carbon emissions on the home in your need for heating and cooling and as such stay current with the Go Green revolution.
As for the thickness of the isotherm insulators to be installed, you will need to have this determined by the climatic conditions. In this respect you need to determine whether or not you want to keep the heat in. To take care of your possible cares over the effectiveess of the insulators as per the variations in the temperature conditions on a daily and seasonal basis, the assurance is that these will be quite effective for either of the temperature variations all year round.
Design technique is yet another element to cause you a thought. This is such as the case may be that you install the aerolite or isotherm insulators in a room which doesn’t have enough shadings and curtains to prevent the ultraviolet rays from getting in as from the sunshine, then the net effect will be what we call the reverse effect or the “oven effect”, which essentially is that which will have the room getting a lot hotter than you thought it would have been. The reflective ceilings will be very good in so far as having your home protected from the effects of moisture such as condensations as they get the house water proofed. The isotherm and aerolite insulators are as well great at getting the house as well proofed against sound effects which are certainly the other kinds of effects you would wish to get your property proofed against.
There is a regulation that demands that all homes must be insulated and kept meeting certain standards before they are actually passed for compliance and as such it is advisable for you to ensure that your home is designed and the insulation done at the time of construction. They should ideally meet certain standards in R-value as a precondition to being passed for compliance as per the regulations. The R-values may as well differ according to the climatic zones.
When you go for the insulators, you will find them in two main groups and types which are the reflective and the bulk insulators.