Loft Conversion Insulation

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Insulating a loft conversion can often be complicated, so be sure that insulation requirements are taken into account throughout the procedure of planning your loft conversion. As loft conversions are typically being converted into a usable room, the modified space will need to satisfy building regulations for thermal efficiency, which identify a U-value for the rate of heat loss through an area. These values are set differently for walls, floors, windows and roofs, with flat roofs required to satisfy a different value to pitched ones. Much like insulating many areas, it is normally cost effective to insulate beyond the building regulations requirement as it will save on your energy bills. The most challenging part of insulating a loft conversion is usually the restrained space. Space saving insulation methods are frequently employed in loft conversions as these should provide good insulation despite being very thin. When planning a loft conversion, be sure that there is a sufficient amount of space available for both the conversion itself and the necessary insulation, as the insulation will have an impact on the ceiling height of the converted room. Dormer windows and rooflights should be insulated adequately. These areas require extra attention when planning insulation, particularly with flat roofed dormer windows, as these may have to comply with a different U-value than the surrounding pitched roof.

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