Isotherm Insulation

Isotherm Insulation Professional Installers and Distributors of Isotherm Insulation. Insulating Cape Town and the Entire Western Cape Region, Including Knysna, Mossel Bay and George as well as Johannesburg and Pretoria and Kzn.

Isotherm Insulation Cape Town are preferred installers of Isotherm Insulation. With more than 28 years of experience in Ceiling Insulation we are proud of our reputation as one of South Africa’s top Roof Insulation Installers and Distributors. Giving the lowest Isotherm Insulation prices.

Roof Insulation now Compulsory in all new Homes

Roof Insulation is compulsory in all new homes as of January 2013, Roof and Ceiling insulation in homes as well as office blocks must have a compulsory R-value 3.70 when installed. Isotherm achieves this with the Isotherm 145mm achieving R-value 3.72 as well as the Isotherm 160mm R-value of 3.83. The 145mm Isotherm has been the Roof Insulation product of choice for most home owners as the product is dust free allergy free and is a roll type insulation so all wiring can be place above the Ceiling Insulation. For more info on Isotherm Insulation 

Isotherm for Cold Winters as well as Scorching Summers

  • Isotherm Insulation cold

    Cool Down With Isotherm Insulation

    Save energy Save money and Keep Cool this Summer
  • Isotherm insulation heat

    Feeling the Summer Heat

    Insulate with Isotherm Insulation. SANS compliant

Isotherm Insulation is Hypoallergenic

Isotherm Ceiling Insulation is a first choice of home owners who want The best Roof Insulation available with no dust issues or allergy problems for the home. One of the major issues with traditional insulation is that it is generally high in allergens, meaning that those individuals who struggle with allergies suffer from flare ups; however, Isotherm is completely dust free, so it does not cause allergic reactions. The fact that this insulation is hypoallergenic has resulted in Isotherm Thermal Insulation for Roofs being one of the most popular insulation’s being installed in new homes. It is also the predominant choice when replacing insulation in older homes. The fact that it is environmentally friendly and safe for people who suffer with allergies makes ideal for most homes.

Isotherm Insulation Dust free Allergy free

This product also has a high level of water resistance, subsequently making it perfect for those homes in areas where there are high levels of humidity during the hot months.

Isotherm Home Insulation has developed a reputation for being a highly viable option as a Thermal Insulation for Roofs and Ceilings. Before making a final decision to buy Isotherm or to have installed, it is a good idea to gain at least a minimal perspicacity of the functionality and benefits of this polyester-based insulation. As with most insulation products, Isotherm was designed to facilitate efficient temperature control in the home. When a home is properly insulated, it can drastically reduce overall energy costs.

Outside of the obvious benefits associated with insulating a home, Isotherm also presents some unique benefits that create added value.

Isotherm Insulation contains no fine paper dust as with Blown in Paper insulation so there are potentially no harmfull chemicals, and is also fiber glass free.

Eco-Friendly and Nontoxic Isotherm Insulation

With such a great emphasis being placed on preserving the environment, installing a polyester-based insulation ensures that the toxin levels in the home will be reduced because Isotherm is non-toxic. This is important for the health of the individuals who reside in the home as well as being safe for the environment.

Isotherm Insulation 30 year Guarantee 

Isotherm because of the products used to manufacture the Isotherm Insulation has a 30 year manufacturer guarantee. Their is no maintenance needed with Isotherm and the product will last way longer than the 30 year guarantee. Unlike most Insulation types and especially the blow in type paper insulation products with a very short Installed life span because of the fire retardant properties dissipating in a few short years. Most manufactures will give a 5 to 10 year guarantee as they find it difficult to achieve a stable Roof Insulation product that is still in place and has not shifted significantly with the wind as with finely shredded paper.

Isotherm Insulation is Recyclable

Another exceptional benefit of using Isotherm is the fact that it is 100 percent recyclable. This also helps to promote a better environment. The recycled product does not diminish in its capacity to produce heating and cooling efficiency. The recycled product functions with the same level of efficiency as insulation made with new materials. When you consider the fact that this insulation is also fire retardant, it can definitely contribute to your peace of mind.

Recycled insulation is also highly cost effective; not only due to the fact that it can save you up to 25 to 30 percent on your heating and cooling cost month after month, but it is also cost effective at the front end. On average, Isotherm insulation will produce a return on investment in as short as two years.

Recycled insulation also uses plastic bottles as a part of the manufacturing process. The PET process is designed to reduce the number of bottles dumped in landfills. These bottles are primary elements of the manufacturing process. This plays a major role in eliminating multitudinous environmental hazards that are prevalent when certain materials are left to rot in open landfills. When things such as plastic bottles are left out to rot, it can negatively impact the air that we breathe and it can contaminate land on which future crops are planted.

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Isotherm Ceiling Insulation

  1. Isotherm Ceiling Insulation has great thermal Insulation properties.
  2. Isotherm Roof Insulation will not support the spread of fire.
  3. Eco friendly Insulation for Roofs and Ceilings.
  4. Isotherm Insulation Safe to use and dust free and allergy free.
  5. 30 year manufacturer guarantee on all Isotherm Roof and Ceiling Insulation.

What is Isotherm Insulation R-value ?

What is R-value?

By definition, R-value is insulation’s ability to resist the flow of heat. In simple terms, R-value is the term used to tell you how well a type of insulation insulates. Essentially, the R-value gives you the opportunity to calculate the amount of heat that will be able to move through a specific wall depending on the difference in temperature between the air outside and the air inside. The higher the R-value of a type of insulation, the more insulating power it has.

You may occasionally see the term up R-value, also referred to as “winter” R-value, or down R-value, also referred to as “summer” R-value. Up R-value is the measure of the resistance to the upward flow of heat, while down R-value is the measure of resistance to the downward flow of heat.

 How Do Manufacturers Determine Insulation’s R-value?

Manufacturers test for the R-value of insulation in a laboratory using a sequence of tests that are standard in the insulation industry. Most manufacturers choose to have their values certified by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS).Isotherm Insulation is Sabs tested as well as Tiasa.

 Where Can You Find Isotherm Insulation R-value?

Isotherm Insulation print the total R-value of their insulation on labels fitted to the Isotherm Insulation covered by the manufactures branded packaging. Also, it is usually printed on the facing of rolls and batts. If insulation is not attached to a facing, the R-value is typically printed on the product itself or it may be indicated using a stripe coding.

If you have noticed that your energy costs are increasing and it is becoming more and more difficult to maintain a constant, comfortable temperature in your home, you probably need new insulation. However, it is important to have a clear understanding of what you should consider when starting your search. This starts with looking at insulation’s R-value. With Isotherm Insulation 30 year guarantee you can rest assured as your Isotherm Insulation will be good to go for many years of hassle free comfort.

The R-value of Isotherm 145mm is 3.71 when installed and meets the the requirements of the Sans legislation.

Th R-value of the Isotherm 160mm is 3.83 when installed and exceeds the Sans requirements and is recommended for homes that are in the freezing cold areas were temperatures get well below freezing.

Isotherm Insulation also has 100mm Thick Isotherm Insulation that is generally used as a top up to bring the home to Sans compliant status.

Roof Vacuum Removal of Cellulose Paper Insulation

We at Roof Insulation Cape Town have purchased a large industrial vacuum machine designed for heavy duty dust removal in in roofs, The Roof vacuum machine is ideal for the removal of blown in paper insulation that is very popular in the Cape especially before the winter rains. As we all know fine paper dust used as insulation is a major contributor to ceiling damage as the paper absorbs the water should your Roof have a leak in winter or a geyser pipe that bursts this could be problems as paper will absorb large volumes of water before the ceiling collapses. Our vacuum machine will obviously also be an advantage for those who just want to remove many years of unhealthy dust as well. In most cases dust is a fire hazard if you have large volumes of dust. In fact we have removed up to 1.5 tons of dust in Cape town central from one medical practice, as a result of the fire department insisting the dust be removed because of the potential for fire. This was an extreme amount of dust and is not very common.

Removal of Cellulose Paper Insulation after Ceiling Collapse

Blown in paper or Cellulose as it is known will absorb water as it is fine paper like dust. This will in turn increase te weight of the insulation quite dramatically until the inevitable ceiling collapse with substantial damage as well as internal damages. Roll form insulation is designed to allow water to flow through it, this will allow you the opportunity of  realizing that your roof is leaking. Giving you time to repair or make some arrangements to prevent damage.

Paper Insulation Ceiling Colapse
Paper Insulation Ceiling Colapse
Roof Vacuum Machine
Roof Vacuum Machine

Removal of old Blown in Paper Insulation

The mos dangerous is old paper insulation that has lost its fire retardant chemicals as a result of the moisture in a few winters in the Cape. Paper insulation like cellulose insulation has a fire rating when blown in the roof, this however only lasts for a few years and then the potential for fire is quite high. Also the absorption of water is another risk but this is mostly damage to ceiling and property.  Our roof vacuum machine removes the paper insulation or Cellulose insulation with ease. We remove the Paper insulation or Cellulose from site and dump at the appropriate HAZARDOUS Chemical dump site. We also remove old blown in fiberglass insulation as well as any old insulation products.