Pitched Roof Insulation
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Pitched roofs are a common sight in the UK owing to their versatility and typical low maintenance requirements when compared to other forms of roof construction. Another key advantage of specifying a pitched roof is the ability to provide a very high level of thermal performance in these roof types, whether you’re looking to insulate at joist (ceiling) level for a cold pitched roof or at rafter level if a living area within a warm roof construction is desired.
Here at Celotex and Isover we manufacture and supply glass mineral wool slabs and rolls along with rigid Polyisocyanurate (PIR) boards that can be considered suitable for a wide range of applications across pitched roofs whether you’re looking to insulate at joist level or at rafter level in your pitched roof construction.
When using Celotex or ISOVER products, you need to satisfy yourself that use of the product meets all relevant national Building Regulations and guidance as well as local, national and other applicable standards relevant for your construction or application, including requirements in relation to fire and applicable height restrictions. In addition to the product datasheet, please refer to the following product documents:
- BBA certificates - where applicable to the application
- Declarations of Performance
- Health & safety datasheets