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Loft Insulation

Roofing On-Tap's detail-oriented and qualified roofers and tradesmen can insulate your loft space, as well as any pipes or water tanks located in the loft. They can also insulate your loft hatch to prevent cold draughts.  This is proven to save you money on your heating bills. Roof spaces that are not insulated are a main cause of heat loss in properties. The Energy Saving Trust estimates that up to a quarter of your property's heat can be lost through a loft or attic that is not insulated. 

Benefits of Insulating Your Loft

Insulating a loft or attic space is an effective way to prevent heat loss and reduce heating bills. According to the Energy Saving Trust, loft insulation of up to 270 millimetres in thickness can save homeowners up to £175 per year on their heating bills. Just by increasing a property's insulation from 100 to 270 millimetres can save approximately £25 per year in heating bills. With these cost savings, loft insulation will pay for itself in about two to four years. If you are a landlord, you may be eligible to claim loft insulation related costs of up to £1,500 against tax through the Landlord’s Energy Saving Allowance.

Roofing On-Tap’s Loft Insulation Service

Our professional installers can fit effective and durable insulation into your roof space, including your loft or attic. Roofing On-Tap can also insulate flat roofs to reduce the amount of heat lost in your property. Our well-trained roofers and tradesmen use market-leading equipment to blow loose, fire-retardant insulation into your loft or attic to effectively insulate your roof space. Insulating your loft or attic can be completed by our skilled tradesmen in a few hours. 

Unrivalled Workmanship and Attention to Detail

Roofing On-Tap roofers and tradesmen will not cut corners and they will fully insulate your loft or attic. If you want to use your loft for storage, our tradesmen can insulate between floor joists and lay insulation boards over joists. Alternatively, they can raise the level of the floor to disperse insulation material beneath a newly installed floor.

Before we begin the insulating process, our skilled roofers and tradesmen will inspect your loft to ensure there are no damp-related issues. Since insulating your loft will make the space much cooler, any existing damp problems could worsen. Any potential issues will be reviewed with you, and our roofers or tradesmen will offer you options to resolve damp-related problems before the loft or attic is insulated.