IsoBoard's long term thermal conductivity is < 0.03 W/m°CPROVEN!
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The most versatile thermal insulation
Heat gain in residential homes is largely through the roof structure. Insulated ceilings retard heat flow into the living areas in summer, and contain generated heat in winter, providing a comfortable living environment.
Cavity wall insulation will prevent heat transfer and build-up to the inner leaf of sun exposed walls. Moisture within the cavity is prevented from condensing onto and penetrating through the inner leaf when IsoBoard is installed.
Loss of heat through floors on concrete surface beds is experienced as a cold underfoot condition, particularly during winter when the supporting soils cool down due to hygroscopic action of water.
IsoBoard can be used to thermally insulate many existing buildings which require upgrading with respect to comfort levels or energy efficiency. IsoBoard is suitable to be installed as a ceiling, either beneath an existing ceiling, or between trusses or rafters.
New Building Regulations
As of the 10th November 2011, the National Building Regulations require mandatory interventions to reduce energy