roofinsulation

Overview

There are many good reasons to maintain the condition of the insulation in your roof.

Insulation provides the barrier to prevent heat loss and gain in your home. 25% – 35% of all heat flow is through the ceiling.  Good insulation provides your home with year round comfort, reducing your energy bills by up to 50%.  By improving the insulation in your home you are helping create a more sustainable environment  – lower energy consumption + lower  greenhouse gas emissions.

Batts or Blow-In?

In theory, providing the products have the same R rating, you should receive the same benefit from both batts and insulation.  In some instances due to poor access, low roof pitch or other obstructions, batts may not be able to be fitted properly and blow in insulation is the only option.

Pros of Batts
  • Easy to move
  • Simple to work around
  • Won’t move around
  • Timbers readily visible
  • Guaranteed for the life of the building
  • Can be fitted close to all downlight covers
  • Higher R rating
Pros of Blow-in insulation
  • It will ensure a complete coverage, meaning no gaps anywhere
  • It can be pumped over existing material, making it cheaper than removing and replacing
  • It can be pumped into raked and flat roofs with little roof disturbance
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How to decide what is best for your roof space

If you have a high roof with no obstructions or old material in the roof, and standard joist widths, batts will work very well for you. They are also cheaper than blow-in materials. If the roof is awkward to access, low pitched with ducting, or has old insulation, you may want to consider blow-in. However, the majority of homes can be insulated with batts, especially if you are removing the old material.

It is best to call a company that can offer you all the possible alternatives, so that you can get some un-biased advice. Ask the salesperson to show you what is the benefit in your roof space, and what alternatives their company can offer you. If they only offer one type of product then they will generally tell you that is the best solution as they may not have an effective alternative.

End Result - new batts

Batts

There are many reasons why Batt insulation may be the best solution for you. As it can be installed relatively quickly, it is considered one of the most inexpensive ways of insulating a home or business. It is also extremely flexible, and can be fitted close to all downlight covers. Batt insulation is easy to work with, and is guaranteed for the life of the building.

If you have a high roof, with no obstructions or old material in the roof, and standard joist widths, batts will work very well for you, and are cheaper than blow-in materials. In addition to drastically reducing your energy bill, your home will be much more comfortable in every season.

At Cosywrap, we offer a range of insulation materials, meaning we will always recommend the option that is best suited to your needs and environment. Many companies offer only one type of product, which is where bias comes into play. With many different options available, we will never pull the wool over your eyes when it comes to providing the best insulation solution for you.

Once we have provided you with a free quote, we will schedule work in for the earliest possible date. We will then remove any existing material, vacuum the area, and install the new installation, all in the same day! After this, all you need to do is sit back, and save money!

Finished

Blow-in

Blow-in insulation can greatly reduce your energy bills by effectively regulating the temperature of your home. As a much more airtight material, it is able to fill areas around pipes, beams and other nooks and crannies that otherwise would have been left as gaps for air to intrude through. Blow-in insulation gives complete coverage, and can also work to prevent noise from travelling through the ceiling.

You can call Cosywrap for an initial quote, and find out whether blow-in insulation is the best solution for you! If so, we will schedule work to begin at the earliest possible date, and complete the remove, vacuum & install process all in one hit!

Overview
roofinsulation

Overview

There are many good reasons to maintain the condition of the insulation in your roof.

Insulation provides the barrier to prevent heat loss and gain in your home. 25% – 35% of all heat flow is through the ceiling.  Good insulation provides your home with year round comfort, reducing your energy bills by up to 50%.  By improving the insulation in your home you are helping create a more sustainable environment  – lower energy consumption + lower  greenhouse gas emissions.

Batts or Blow-In?

In theory, providing the products have the same R rating, you should receive the same benefit from both batts and insulation.  In some instances due to poor access, low roof pitch or other obstructions, batts may not be able to be fitted properly and blow in insulation is the only option.

Pros of Batts
  • Easy to move
  • Simple to work around
  • Won’t move around
  • Timbers readily visible
  • Guaranteed for the life of the building
  • Can be fitted close to all downlight covers
  • Higher R rating
Pros of Blow-in insulation
  • It will ensure a complete coverage, meaning no gaps anywhere
  • It can be pumped over existing material, making it cheaper than removing and replacing
  • It can be pumped into raked and flat roofs with little roof disturbance
roofinsulation3
roofinsulation2

How to decide what is best for your roof space

If you have a high roof with no obstructions or old material in the roof, and standard joist widths, batts will work very well for you. They are also cheaper than blow-in materials. If the roof is awkward to access, low pitched with ducting, or has old insulation, you may want to consider blow-in. However, the majority of homes can be insulated with batts, especially if you are removing the old material.

It is best to call a company that can offer you all the possible alternatives, so that you can get some un-biased advice. Ask the salesperson to show you what is the benefit in your roof space, and what alternatives their company can offer you. If they only offer one type of product then they will generally tell you that is the best solution as they may not have an effective alternative.

Batts
End Result - new batts

Batts

There are many reasons why Batt insulation may be the best solution for you. As it can be installed relatively quickly, it is considered one of the most inexpensive ways of insulating a home or business. It is also extremely flexible, and can be fitted close to all downlight covers. Batt insulation is easy to work with, and is guaranteed for the life of the building.

If you have a high roof, with no obstructions or old material in the roof, and standard joist widths, batts will work very well for you, and are cheaper than blow-in materials. In addition to drastically reducing your energy bill, your home will be much more comfortable in every season.

At Cosywrap, we offer a range of insulation materials, meaning we will always recommend the option that is best suited to your needs and environment. Many companies offer only one type of product, which is where bias comes into play. With many different options available, we will never pull the wool over your eyes when it comes to providing the best insulation solution for you.

Once we have provided you with a free quote, we will schedule work in for the earliest possible date. We will then remove any existing material, vacuum the area, and install the new installation, all in the same day! After this, all you need to do is sit back, and save money!

Finished
Blow-in

Blow-in

Blow-in insulation can greatly reduce your energy bills by effectively regulating the temperature of your home. As a much more airtight material, it is able to fill areas around pipes, beams and other nooks and crannies that otherwise would have been left as gaps for air to intrude through. Blow-in insulation gives complete coverage, and can also work to prevent noise from travelling through the ceiling.

You can call Cosywrap for an initial quote, and find out whether blow-in insulation is the best solution for you! If so, we will schedule work to begin at the earliest possible date, and complete the remove, vacuum & install process all in one hit!

Our Service Process

1. Call for a Free Quote

2. Schedule Job

3. Remove

4. Vacuum

5. Install

6. Save Money!

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