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Insulation for Roofs

Insulating roofs with Thermafleece sheeps wool insulation is one of the most effective ways to significantly reduce energy consumption within buildings. Thermafleece is extremely versatile and can be used in many roof applications as an alternative to conventional insulation.

By using natural fibre insulation in roofs, the thermal mass of the roof structure can be increased helping reduce over-heating and maintaining a more stable indoor temperature all year round.  The highly breathable properties of sheep’s wool help insure a more stable moisture balance within the roof structure helping reduce the build up of harmful moisture.

Thermafleece sheeps wool insulation acts as excellent acoustic insulation helping absorb sound and reducing the passage of noise.

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