Building Regulations for Insulating a Roof
Making significant changes to thermal elements (walls, roofs, or floors) would normally require Building Regulations approval and require the thermal insulation of the element to be upgraded to a reasonable standard. You should fully consult the Regulations and the Approved Document and, if you are in any doubt, seek advice before commencing work.
How to Insulate a Roof Benefits
- Significant savings on your energy bills
- Easy and quick to install
- Keep the heat in your home
If your loft is easy to access and has no damp or condensation problems, it should be easy to insulate – and in many cases, it is possible to do it yourself.
If access is easy and your loft joists are regular, you can use rolls of mineral wool insulation. The first layer is laid between the joists – the horizontal beams that make up the floor of the loft – then another layer is laid at right angles to cover the joists and make the insulation up to the required depth.
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