Flat roof insulation

Flat roofs lose a lot of heat and need to be insulated. They are prone to leaking, which can lead to the materials deteriorating and larger issues such as mould and dampness can set in. It is not as easy to insulate flat roofs, but it can be done and it is worth considering your options.

Types of Flat Roof Insulation

  • Warm Deck ( the ‘deck’ of the roof is below the insulation)
  • Cold Deck ( The insulation is below the ‘deck’)
  • Inverted Roof (insulation goes above weather membrane)

You will need a professional to install this form of insulation, and it is recommended finding a reputable company that can suggest an appropriate solution based on your specific home and location. If you’re replacing your roof, or making renovations to your home you may want to consider installing insulation during the process, it will work out a lot cheaper and save you additional work later on.

Thank You for your interest in insulation

Please fill in your postcode below and take our multi choice questionnaire to see if you qualify for any government grants, cash-back schemes or subsidised installations. Our team will then be in touch with you as soon as possible.


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