When insulating the attic, it is necessary to use suitable insulation materials to prevent moisture and mildew. Attic insulation should also prevent major temperature fluctuations during the cold winter months and hot summer days. In addition to insulating the attic, the insulation layer also serves as an excellent sound barrier.
Honter gives you the option of insulating your attic with either open-cell structure or a closed-cell structure. Both are easy and quick to apply without placing an extra load on the roof's structure. They have excellent insulation properties and prevent the formation of thermal bridges and mold in the attic.
THE BENEFITS OF ATTIC INSULATION WITH SPRAY FOAM
- quick application
- does not require mechanical anchoring or wiring
- no load increase on the building's structure
- eliminates heat transfer through the building's structural elements
- prevents cold air penetration and thermal bridges
- moves the dew point away from building's structure
- significantly reduces heating and air-conditioning costs
- acts in an environmentally friendly manner
- prevents mold growth and creates a healthy living environment
PROCEDURE FOR INSULATION OF THE ATTIC
Thermally insulating an attic with spray foam is an easy and intuitive procedure. The foam is applied by spraying. The foam insulation instantly increases its volume by several times, filling all the gaps and joints where cold air and noise can enter, bonding perfectly to the substrate and curing without the need for any trimming of the foam due to its accuracy of application.