Top 10 Reasons to Consider Celotex Insulation for Your Home

Insulation is the most necessary addition to the comfort and thermal efficiency of your home. There are a number of commonly used types of insulation found in commercial and residential buildings today. Without it, you would consume endless amounts of energy to heat and cool your house, and this, as we all know, costs a lot of money. The reason for the many types of insulation is due to the different R-value of each variety.

  Reasons to consider:

1. Thermal performance: 

The innovative technology of Celotex offers an improved thermal performance on FR5000, TB4000, GA4000 and XR4000 types.

2. Low emissivity: 

The Aluminium foil facers that cover the Celotex products are covered by Aluminium foil facers. As a result, you can get high thermal value for the airspace within the U-value calculation

3. Moisture resistance:

Celotex does not absorb water due to its closed-cell structure. This allows the thermal performance and reliability of the product to be retained over time. 

4. Multiple application: 

You can get optimal solutions for all insulation applications such as wall, floor and roof by Celotex insulation boards.

5. Thickness range: 

Celotex insulation products are available in a wide variety of thicknesses in its range.

6. Environmental impact: 

These types of insulation have achieved high energy efficiency in buildings.

7. Fire performance:

Celotex PIR insulation can’t melt as it is made through an irreversible chemical reaction.

8. Structural strength:

Celotex is the most favoured choice of insulation because of its intrinsic structural strength.

9. Weight: 

Among all insulating materials, Celotex is light and efficient. 

10. Life expectancy: 

Celotex products do not absorb moisture, prevent sagging or get permeated by air with also a greater resistance to site traffic and will generally last the full lifetime of the building.

Celotex insulation is the major tool to improve a building's energy behaviour. These insulating materials make buildings more energy-efficient and are comparatively cheaper than other materials.

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