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Ceiling Insulation Pretoria

As a professional Ceiling Insulation Company in Pretoria, we offer ceiling insulation solutions for residential, commercial as well as industrial buildings.

We specialize in the supply and installation of high quality premium roof insulation and ceiling insulation.

Heat moves from warmer to cooler areas.  On cold winter days, warm air escapes from your home through the roof.  On warm summer days, the air in your roof is heated by the sun, and this heats up your house.

Heat is a master at escaping through ceilings (up to 80% heat loss), cracks in door frames and windows.

Roof Insulation slows this process of transfer down.​

THE BEST PART

 
The board regulates the temperature, making it feel warmer in winter AND cooler in summer WITHOUT using electricity!
 
Insulation can save up to 30% on your heating expenses in winter while maintaining the comfort levels in your home!
 
This is one of the best home investment you can make!

We specialize in

ISO board ceilings as well as ceiling insulation and ceiling repair:

Insulation In Winter

​The heat in your home escapes mainly through the roof in the cold winter months.  Roof or Ceiling Insulation keeps the heat in the house where it is needed, thereby saving you up to 30% on your heating expenses.

Insulation In Summer

​Roof or Ceiling Insulation can reduce the temperature in your home by up to 7°C during the warm summer months.

This will save you on cooling costs whilst maintaining the level of comfort your family enjoys.

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Related Services

Painting

Only top paint and painting products are used to provide our clients with the best quality.

Waterproofing

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Ceilings

We specialize in new ceiling fitments, repairs and maintenance of existing ceilings.

F.A.Q.

Read some FAQs about commercial and residential Ceiling Insulation.
Why does my home need insulation?
Heat flows naturally from warm places into colder places. This means that all winter long, as your furnace is pumping out heated air to warm your home, that heat is trying to escape outside, or into an unheated garage, attic or basement. Conversely, in the summer, when your air conditioner is working hard to cool the house down, hot air is pushing its way indoors. In fact, the cooler the indoor temperature, the faster the heat wants to come in.
How much insulation does my home need?
The amount of insulation required depends primarily on the region you live in – colder winters generally mean a higher level of insulation is needed.
What is the best ceiling insulation to use?
Batts or blanket insulation are the best choice for ceiling insulation if you have a flat ceiling and pitched metal or tile roof. The range of batts and blankets that may be suitable for ceiling insulation include; polyester, natural wool, glass wool and rockwool.
What is ceiling insulation made of?
The most common types of materials used for loose-fill insulation include cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral (rock or slag) wool. All of these materials are produced using recycled waste materials. Cellulose is primarily made from recycled newsprint. Most fiberglass products contain 40% to 60% recycled glass.
Can you put new insulation over old?
According to ENERGY STAR®, you can put new insulation over old insulation, “unless it is wet. … The vapor retarder on top of or between layers of insulation can trap moisture. Any existing batt or roll insulation in the attic should have the facing against the attic drywall floor or no facing at all.

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