The factors for which roof insulation method fits best in each case are several. The age of the building, the state of the existing insulation, the climate and the available budget are some of them.
The insulation types are the conventional and inverted insulation of the roof. Conventional method is the traditional way to insulate roofs. The inverted method is exactly unlike conventional positioning the thermal insulation over the waterproofing. Both methods include all materials of the construction stages of a complete roof insulation (tars, polystyrene, bituminous membranes, sealants).
The roof is one of the most vulnerable parts of a structure. The continuous exposure of the roof to temperature variations and weather conditions has significant implications. In addition its extensive horizontal surface is a maximum heat escape problem during winter and glow in summer. With proper work and appropriate materials, this vulnerable point may cease to be a sore loss.
Roof insulation can offer a drip and thermal insulation results. They are different methods that depending on the problem you want to deal with, you choose the appropriate or combination of the two. The waterproofing involves the protection of the roof from the waters. Thermal insulation on the other hand maintains the temperature of the building to normal levels. Their combination offers all the advantages of both.
In InHouse Group we undertake the roof insulation of each building, making use of the most qualitative and durable materials. We combine excellent insulation with high aesthetics, upgrading both energy and visually the horizontal surface of the roof.