The most effective way to reduce your energy consumption is to insulate.
But with so many variations of insulation materials on the market, how do you know you are choosing the right material for your project?
1. Rigid panels of polyurethane or polystyrene
2. Fibrous insulation materials, which often come in rolls or batons such as glass wool, rock wool, sheep's wool etc
Both of these options trap stable air and slow the movement of hot or cold energy between internal and external environments. In order to do this, they must be thick layers of material which can reduce the overall available space in a building and can be cumbersome to work with.
3. The third option available is a different technology. It is thin, reflective insulation and it acts quite differently from traditional solutions.
Rather than slow the movement of energy, thin, reflective insulation materials act like a mirror and reflect it.
Our range of thin, reflective insulation from Aluthermo is a light weight, multi-layered, flexible insulation material that is thermally-welded across its entire surface, which is made up of several layers of aluminium.
It offers exceptional energy saving results and has been used for years in both new construction and renovation projects.