Insulate Your Home Office And Make Savings
When it comes to making your home greener and making savings on your utility bills, there’s no better way than to ensure your home is fully insulated. By making sure the warm air from your heating isn’t escaping through the roof, you’ll not only keep your home warmer, but you’ll contribute to reducing climate change.
Many of us are working from home while the pandemic continues to impact every aspect of our lives, and, likely, a full-time return to the office may never happen for some.
If you’re taking the plunge to by converting part of your home, such as the attic or building an extension, proper insulation can make sure your WFH set up is comfortable and warm during the colder winter months.
Windows and poorly-insulated walls and roofs are both huge wastes of energy. They leach out heat in the winter and let it in during the summer. Poorly-insulated windows can add 10 to 25 per cent on your heating bill, so try replacing single-pane windows with better insulated double-paned ones.
Much as we lose heat from the top of our heads, an uninsulated house could be losing up to 25 per cent of its heat through the roof. Insulating your loft, attic or roof is a simple and effective way to limit heat loss and reduce your heating bills.
While undertaking a loft conversion or adding an extension to your home for any purpose, insulated roofing sheets will help you, the environment, and your bank balance. Get in touch to find out more.