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Thursday, June 2, 2011

THE MEANING OF HUNDRED PERCENT INSULATION

Architects - Something to Consider

Eco-Insulation Cellulose Fibre Ceiling Insulation, forms a seamless blanket of natural fibers that provide outstanding protection from temperature extremes.

The matter of coverage is also highly important. The best product distributes itself naturally into every corner, recess and cavity above the ceiling, including into flat roofs with limited access. “Many installers do not take the trouble of lifting roof sheeting to allow insulation to be laid from the top”, says founder, Cecil Homan “So you end up with uninsulated sections of the ceiling through which heat may enter or escape. However, you don't have this problem with inefficiency when you install Eco-Insulation for two good reasons:

  • When cellulose is pneumatically pumped into ceilings and cavities by means of specialised apparatus, it assumes a fluid consistency that allows product to flow into hidden spaces and around obstructions to completely fill the area being treated – every nook and cranny.
  • Eco-Insulation installers are highly trained professional sub-contractors. There are no approved DIY options for the product. Installers are trained to lift roof sheets and do whatever it takes to get product into inaccessible spaces."

Eco-Insulation is excellent in this regard, due to our professional approach, unique delivery system – meaning a fully turnkey service. 

This is ideal for contractors and specifiers alike. 


Photo - lifting roof sheets at a tricky installation at Club Vaudeville, Cape Town