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Aerolite is South Africa’s oldest insulation product. Its been around for many years. Reduce energy consumption and save money by installing think pink aerolite. See the reduction in electricity bills for yourself.
Did you know that without insulation. Houses lose 25% to 30% of its coolness during summertime and 25% to 30% of its heat during the winter season?
Improper insulation can snowball into a big pricey inconvenience. Compared to the very reasonable aerolite price that can give you comfort. Think pink insulation saves money.
Also view our isotherm page for an eco-friendly, non-allergic recycled polyester product.
If you need to get your roof cleaned and vacuumed out. Before we install the new product. You can check out or roof cleaning page.
What is Aerolite?
It is made from fibreglass strands which has an effect on the heat flow in your homes. In warmer weather, it reduces the amount of heat that comes in your house. Through the roof and the other way around in the winter. i.e. trapping the warm air within your house.
How is it made?
It has a long lasting effect and is eco-friendly with recycled glass and self-sustainable silica used in its manufacturing. Installing ceiling insulation has been made compulsory for all new homes in South Africa. If you are looking for an alternative to aerolite insulation, take a look a granric flexiwool fiberglass insulation.
How long does it last?
Should last up to 30 years and run effectively in the period. It is light weight, packaged for easy installation and can fit on most ceilings.
Think Pink Aerolite is SABS approved and has been on the international market for over 70 years. It is a trusted home brand and is Eco friendly. It can efficiently maintain and control the temperature of your home during extreme temperatures and provide a comfortable living condition.
How much does it cost – What is the price?
Just like most of the insulating materials used to keep a house comfortable and safe. There is no fixed price for aerolite to be installed. This is because the cost is affected by many factors. Such as the installation or service price asked by installers. As well as the location and situation of the place it will be installed in.
Some installers can provide a discount. Especially if they move a lot of stock. They able to get a good deal from the manufacturers. The layout and size of the house including how hard the installation will be. Does affect the asking price of installers in Johannesburg, Centurion, Pretoria, Western Cape and Durban.
Thickness Requirement for Climatic Zones
Depending on where you are situated. Regional climates will affect the thickness that needs to be installed in your home or office. For example, a region with a cooler climate. Will need a thicker layer of aerolite insulation installed in order to reach the desired insulating effect. You need to be compliant with the new sans 10400-xa building regulations. It has now been implemented in South Africa.
Consider budget, cost and product type that you prefer. Your region will need a certain thickness according to the climate. You might desire a thicker product for an even better insulating effect. When you are adding insulation to an existing home.
- 50mm = 1.25
- 75mm = 1.88
- 100mm = 2.50 (recommended for Durban)
- 115mm = 2.88
- 135mm = 3.38 (recommended for Johannesburg, Pretoria, Centurion and Cape Town)
Control your climate
Climate changes can be make living conditions brutal. Constantly perspiring during the summer and shivering during the winter can be a real inconvenience. During these temperature changes we take all the measures we can. To maintain comfort which includes air conditioning, water heaters and heaters. These can have a damaging effect on your pocket. With Aerolite insulation, you can reduce the usage of temperature regulating devices. Enjoying a big reduction on your electricity bills too. Check which thickness to install.
Think green with think pink insulation
With environmentalists urging the people of the planet to think green. Energy costs are sky high with a major rise in energy consumption. Going green is about our only option. Solar powered geysers, solar films and insulator systems are here to save the day…and some money. This reduction in energy consumption will reduce our carbon footprint and play a part in saving our environment.
Installed incorrectly gives no benefits
Make sure your installers are professional. Also keep in mind that you need to choose the right thickness according to your climate changes. Failure to do so plus the incorrect installation is a waste of money.
How to install aerolite roof insulation
When installing, be sure to check that your aerolite installer is indeed a professional with experience and testimonials. Cut the product slightly wider than the width of the beam so there is a bit of an overlap.
You must be sure to seal correctly and install it on all the walls and the ceiling. Do not cut back on the product to save a little money. It will compromise the efficiency of the inexpensive insulation and make your home even hotter.
You will need to decide which thickness and R-value you want the aerolite installer to install. Those are important factors you need to consider. Make sure you do not cover the down lights. Check out our DIY guide.
If the purpose of installing it is to make you workplace or home a temperature controlled environment. Then you should go for Isotherm or Aerolite.
During the winters, Isotherm and Aerolite roof insulation will contain the cold air from the air conditioning into the house and allow your cooling system to work more efficiently.
It will pay for itself in the long run. It does this by reducing the use of heating and cooling systems.
For cold winters
In the winters, it will trap the heat within the house. Not allowing it to escape and reduce the amount of heating from heating systems required.
Heating systems include heaters, under floor heaters and fire place. An insulator will significantly reduce the usage of these. The drastic decrease in the electricity bills is the cherry on top of the cake.
Quick Overview of Aerolite Insulation Benefits:
When choosing a product, always research its advantages and disadvantages. It is a good thing that with think pink aerolite. You can take advantage of more benefits than its excellent temperature regulation ability:
- Long-term investment for a very reasonable price. The think pink aerolite price is very reasonable especially if you consider that you can have it around for decades. You no longer have the need to turn your air conditioner on full blast during the summer. Or cranking up your thermostat or heater during the winter. Aerolite insulation does the job of keeping your home as comfortable as possible without you having to do anything else.
- Because it has a lifespan of 30 – 50 years, you also get to save on maintenance fees. Just have it installed properly and you never have to think about it again.
- Non-combustible. Say good bye to fire hazards because it does not pose any danger or risk towards flames.
- The product does not attract parasites and rodents.
- Conserves energy effectively. This quality product will lower heating and cooling costs in your home.
- It is durable and easy to install.
- No associations and risks to one’s health after installation. Make sure to wear safety gear and a dust mask if working directly with the product for safety reasons.
- Aerolite is also an inexpensive insulation product in South Africa
Here’s The Good News:
Our company has a team of specialists in Johannesburg, Centurion, Pretoria, Western Cape and Durban. So if you are looking for a company in these places, you need not look farther! We can provide you quality installation from professionals who understand the work from the inside-out. We also have a very reasonable inexpensive aerolite price.
What is the aerolite price to have my home insulated
There are many factors that influence the aerolite price. You have to take the size of your home into account. Smaller homes will get a higher installed price. Larger home get a lower aerolite price. The difficulty of the installation also plays a part when determining the aerolite price.
Let us do the hard work while you do the relaxing!
Now that you learned how think pink aerolite can make your home more comfortable for all seasons. It’s time to let the professionals do the hard work you. Roof installation is a tricky business that is why you need to work with specialists only.
Our team has comprehensive training plus hands-on experience continually honed over the years. Installing quality installations is not only our business but also our goal. Thats why we offer a competitive aerolite price.
Your material won’t be worth a cent if it is not installed properly. Substandard installation work is not only a waste of time and money, it can also pose safety risks at home.
You can rid yourselves of these worries if you get our team to do the hard work for you. All that you ever have to do after teaming up with us is enjoy the benefits of having it installed.
Soundproofing Benefits of Think Pink Insulation
Great sound-proofing benefits. It has good quality absorption to sound. Think pink insulation reduces external sound. It does not only keep your place comfortable in terms of temperature regulation. It also provides an additional layer of comfort by shielding it from noise.
Retrofit Aerolite Insulation
Getting a retrofit installation done by us. Is by far the most effect way to reduce power consumption and save your hard earned money!
Some retrofit jobs can be quite difficult. When it comes to doing a retrofit job with factorylite, isofoil and all the reflective insulations like sisalation, spunsulation and alububble. There are not many companies that can retrofit it properly. Make sure to choose the right company for your retrofit insulation product.
Additionally, more than 80% of homes that have been insulated. Do not meet the requirements of the new sans 10400-xa building laws now in place. There is a solution to this problem. You will need a top up layer to achieve the required thickness designated for your climatic region.
Think Pink Insulation – Think Non-Combustible Material
More than your family’s health benefit, think pink insulation is also safe to have around your home. This material is non-combustible and is in fact popular because of its safety around fire. You can insulate stoves, boilers and furnaces with fiberglass. Just about any location that needs to restrict heat flow.
Think Pink Aerolite – Asbestos-Free
It is asbestos-free and eco-friendly. It has been around for more than 70 years. Installers have fully evaluated the product over the years. Once installed, it has an estimated longevity of 30 – 50 years.
Don’t Let the Climate Control You – And Your Budget
It is tough enough to deal with the constantly changing climate. No wonder electric bills fluctuate during the summer and winter time. Air conditioning sets, water heaters, and other temperature-regulating devices can eat up electricity big and fast.
You need not add house maintenance on your list whenever the seasons change. That is what we can guarantee. And that is what we can provide.
We are a team of experts with a comprehensive training and years of practice in the field. You do not have to settle for substandard installation and pay the price of maintenance later on. Get the inexpensive insulation price today. Let us demonstrate what a professional think pink insulation company can do for you.
We install aerolite insulation in the following Gauteng areas
Abbotsford, Auckland Park, Bassonia, Bedfordview, Boskruin, Braamfontein, Broadacres, Bruma, Bryanston, City Centre, Craighall, Crown Gardens, Darrenwood, Douglasdale, Eldorado Park, Emmarentia, Fairland, Fourways, Gallo Manor, Germiston, Glenhazel, Greenside, Honeydew, Houghton, Hurlingham, Hyde Park, Inanda, Kensington, Kyalami, Laezonia, Linden, Lonehill, Lyndhurst, Melrose, Melville, Meredale, Midrand, Mondeor, Morningside, Morningside Manor, North Riding, Northcliff, Norwood, Oakdene, Observatory, Ormonde, Parkmore, Parktown, Parkview, Randburg, Rivonia, Roodepoort, Rosebank, Ruimsig, Sandown, Sandton, Saxonwold, Tedderfield Ah, The Hill, Turffontein, Vereeniging Nu, Weltevredenpark, Westdene, Westrand, Windsor, Krugersdorp, JHB, Gauteng, Pretoria