At Trade Insulations, we stock many brands of mineral wool. We take pride in offering top brands at trade prices. Mineral wool boasts exceptional thermal, fire, and acoustic properties. The mat of fibers and mineral wool’s inert chemical composition helps prevent the movement of air. We stock brands such as Knauf, Rockwool, Superglass, and Isover. On our website, you can find both glass wool insulation as well as stone wool insulation. These are available in both rolls and slabs (also known as batts).
Both rolls and slabs have a variety of applications. They are available in a range of thicknesses, which makes them great for a lot of projects. Mineral wool can be used in flat or pitched roofs as well as walls or floors.
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Mineral wool is an inorganic product that is manufactured using a blend of raw materials. It is a versatile material that can be manufactured at different densities to give a variety of insulation properties. Mineral wool is non-metallic and mainly comprises of stone or even silica. These materials are heated to a high temperature until molten. This molten mixture is then spun. This enables it to form into a flexible, fibrous mat that can be processed into a finished product. Mineral wool can be used for slabs for walls or rolls for loft insulation, and even acoustic panels. At Trade Insulation, we are home to a wide range of mineral wool insulation products.
Loft rolls consist of mats or batts made of mineral wool that can be easily fitted into inaccessible areas such as roof rafters. As it is manufactured from natural materials, mineral wool is non-toxic and odorless. This makes it ideal for use in areas where natural products are required. It can be used in agricultural, commercial, and domestic applications. Mineral wool is extremely lightweight and therefore practical.
Did you know that mineral wool insulation has fireproof properties? A product is classed as non-combustible when it has a Euroclass A1 rating under BS EN 13501-1. Mineral wool insulation is a good choice as it acts as a fire barrier. This provides additional safety and slows down the rate of house fires. This can help prevent injuries and even potential loss of life. Stone wool (Rock wool) and fiberglass (Glass Wool) have fire-resistant properties. Mineral wool such as the Knauf Earthwool 44 Loft Roll has an A1 rating and is, therefore, is non-combustible. The fire-resistant properties of mineral wool insulation are another reason why it is so used in the building industry.
Loft rolls are a great choice for insulation as they provide an excellent airtight seal and help prevent the movement of air. They can also support fire barriers which ensure that there is a minimum gap between any combustible material or insulation.
Mineral wool loft roll insulation offers exceptional thermal resistance, which benefits both domestic and commercial applications alike. Simply order online today or give us a call for more information. Our team is on hand to offer you an honest quote with no pressure to buy.
Mineral wool has been used as building insulation in loft spaces and roof areas for many years. It is now becoming popular again due largely to its clean green credentials. What was once considered dirty and dusty has become a recoverable and recyclable by-product. It is now possible to find mineral wool that comes from recycled sources as well as the traditional natural by-products of the mining industry.
It is easy to install mineral wool insulation rolls in your loft and can be cut easily with a sharp knife. Mineral wool comes in a roll or batt form that simply needs to be cut to width and installed between the joists. Mineral wool batts are sold in standard widths and can be cut to your desired length. These insulation products provide a great sound absorber, taking up noise from plumbing pipes, heating appliances, and even noisy neighbors!
Loft insulation isn't the only place where mineral wool is used. It can also be applied in cavity wall insulation, underfloor insulation, roof insulation, and external wall insulation. If you are looking for advice on how to insulate your home, give us a call today.
At Trade Insulations, we always give our very best price on mineral wool insulation. We believe in giving trade price insulation to the public. We are the home of Top Brands at Trade Prices.
If you are looking for cheap mineral wool, then we can help. We provide top brands such as Knauf or Rockwool but for a fraction of the price. Cheap mineral wool can help you save on your jobs. Whether it is a small DIY project or a large-scale build, we can help you save without having to compromise.
We have saved our customers lots of money on their building projects. The best part is, you don't have to have an account with us to benefit from our cheap mineral wool prices.
Rockwool insulation is mineral wool set into rolls for use. It's designed to be used on framed structures such as roofs and walls where it provides an airtight seal with no gaps. It is fire performance rated A1 Euroclass non-combustible and helps to stop the transfer of heat from one combustible material to another. This means that it is often used as an important component in fire barriers.
Rockwool Rollbatt also absorbs sound, which helps prevent noise from traveling through roof spaces. The Rockwool RWA45 mineral wool batts are a popular choice due to them being able to be applied in a wide range of applications. The rigidity of Rockwool RWA45 means they are also suitable for friction fitting. This makes them a superb choice due to the ease of installation.
The Knauf Earthwool range is another top seller on our website. The Knauf Loft Roll 44 is a customer favorite. This mineral wool roll by Knauf is flexible, which makes it perfect for insulating awkward spaces such as tight loft spaces or uneven walls. Another benefit of the Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll is that it is rot-proof. The rot-proof qualities can help prevent rodents from nesting within it.
If you want to see the process of how Knauf Mineral Wool Insulation is made, check out the video below. The video below provides a breakdown of the rock Mineral Wool production process:
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