Eco-friendly, natural insulation is the kindest way to make your home more energy efficient. Less energy is typically used to manufacture eco-friendly insulation in the first place and this reduces their carbon footprint even further.

Although eco-friendly insulation is more frequently found in newer builds, it’s applicable to any type of building and can be fitted post-construction. As well as reducing the effect of a home on the environment, most eco-friendly insulation products are fire-resistant so can slow the spread of a house fire too.

Sheep's Wool InsulationSome of the most popular methods of eco-friendly insulation are treated sheep’s wool, which performs exceptionally well as an insulator, and recycled plastic bottles that have been reformed into rolls of insulation. Both methods of insulation are fantastic thermal insulators with sheep’s wool having the added bonus of being acoustic insulation as well.

SupaLoft Insulation Quilt is made from 90% recycled plastic bottles which are manufactured together in a roll-out quilt formation. Available in different thicknesses, it is resistant to vermin, insects, and mould growth.

Thermafleece CosyWool is a fantastic sheep’s wool insulation product which can achieve sound reduction of up to 40 decibels. The product is tightly packed for delivery and so it reduces the impact of product transportation by over a half!

If you need any advice on which natural insulation product is best for your project then please get in touch with us by giving us a call, or use our live chat to speak to one of our experts.

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