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ISOTHERM INSULATION SOUTH AFRICA

 

Isotherm is an eco-friendly insulation product that does not contain chemicals or fibreglass. It makes it a great choice for consumers. It’s a healthy insulation product to have installed in your roof. Additionally, Isotherm is an eco-friendly, non-allergic option. People who suffer from allergies will benefit from the use of this product.

It also controls the temperature in your home. Keeping it more consistent. Moreover, keeping it at the temperature that’s comfortable. Once installed, it will reduce the amount of electricity used to heat and cool your home. Not to mention, it reduces power consumption.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Isotherm Is No Longer SABS Approved.

 

ADVANTAGES OF ISOTHERM

 

Isotherm has many advantages. Temperature regulation is one of the more important ones. It keeps it more consistent throughout the day. As a matter of fact, isotherm insulation keeps it at the temperature you want for comfort. This can help you decrease the amount of energy you use in a residential, commercial or industrial property.

 

  • 30-year manufacturer warranty
  • Safe and non-toxic
  • Eco-friendly insulation
  • No maintenance
  • No need for protective gear
  • It won’t cause allergic reactions
  • Chemical and Dust Free!
  • Non-combustible
  • Massive electricity savings
  • Complies with SANS 10400 standards
  • Save anywhere from 40% up to 70% in energy costs
  • 21% saving on your electricity bill
  • Warm in winter
  • Cool in summer

 

ISOTHERM THICKNESS / R-VALUE / DENSITY

 

Thickness

R-value

Roll Length

Roll Width

Climate Zone

145mm

3.37

5m

1.2m

Johannesburg

135mm

3.14

5m

1.2m

Johannesburg

100mm

2.33

6m

1.2m

Durban

75mm

1.53

8m

1.2m

Top Up Layer

50mm

1.02

10m

1.2m

Top Up Layer

40mm

0.82

10m

1.2m

Top Up Layer

 

Isotherm Insulation DIY Prices:

145mm | 135mm | 100mm | 75mm | 50mm | 40mm

 

ISOTHERM FIRE TEST / RATING

 

As you can see in the video below, isotherm is non-combustible and does not contribute to the flame spread. As a matter of fact, all insulation products have a melting point. The flame spread is what’s important. Moreover, it has a “0” flame spread index.

Being non-combustible is a huge benefit when it comes to your safety and your family’s safety. The fire safety rating is B/B1/2 so this makes it safe and ideal for homes and business properties.

It is also CHEMICAL FREE! You can have an insulator installed with a good fire rating, but when it burns it releases toxic fumes. This would be horrific if you and your family were still in the house trying to evacuate. You would be breathing in poisonous fumes.

 

 

ISOTHERM IS GREEN ECO-FRIENDLY INSULATION

 

Isotherm has become a popular choice for installers. Furthermore, many homeowners have replaced their old insulation products with isotherm already. The reason for this is that it is safe to use and it’s environmentally friendly.

For homeowners looking for a DIY option, Isotherm insulation is perfect. It’s clean and easy to work with. The rolls also come pre-cut in two sizes. 750mm wide and 1.2m wide. Not to mention it feels soft to the touch and does not release dust. It is good for people who suffer from allergies and asthma. Additionally, it contains no harmful additives.

 

CONDENSATION AND MOISTURE CONTROL

 

isotherm thermal insulation

Isotherm can resist water and moisture so it’s ideal for the summer with higher humidity conditions. It also handles water damage better than other insulating products. It can dry out and insulate effectively if affected by slight dampness.

It’s not hygroscopic and does not absorb water. Furthermore, hygroscopic products can cause a ceiling to collapse if they get wet and heavy. Moreover, if exposed to a leak in your roof or a burst geyser. Isotherm has the ability to dry out and continue to insulate.

Installers and homeowners prefer using this popular product. The price is slightly higher than some of the other products. Its definitely worth the price, so give our professional installers a call in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Western Cape.

 

BENEFITS OF ISOTHERM

 

There are many benefits to using isotherm in residential and commercial properties.  Firstly, you can recycle this type of insulation. In addition, the cooling and heating efficiency of the recycled product is the same as a brand new product.

Furthermore, it does not support the spread of flame. Additionally, it’s environmentally friendly because it stops wasted rubbish from collecting in landfills. It’s cost-effective to install and will save you on your electricity bills throughout the year. The isotherm cost in Johannesburg and Pretoria is not bad considering the money you will save.

 

HOW MUCH CAN YOU SAVE WITH ISOTHERM?

 

isotherm uninsulated roofIt will save you 25% to 30% on your heating and cooling costs month after month. Furthermore, in a short period of just two years, you can get a return on your investment.

At the same time, consistent savings on your energy bill year after year. Isotherm insulation is high-quality and eco-friendly and this is why it continues to gain popularity.

It is fast becoming the best insulation. Especially with so many people being more protective of the environment. This product is out-performing the selection of old technology, traditional products.

 

ISOTHERM MADE FROM RECYCLED PET BOTTLES

 

Let’s start off by explaining what PET is. The manufacturing process uses plastic bottles called PET bottles. The use of these bottles prevents a substantial amount of plastic filling up landfill sites. This eliminates some environmental hazards.

 

  • Converted into plastic pellets.
  • Then made into sheets.
  • Costly machines are used to manufacture the product
  • Finally, isotherm is  made from recycled plastic bottles

 

For durability and strength, Isotherm makes use of a special resin binder. This results in high quality, recycled, eco-friendly insulation that is perfect for your home’s heating and cooling efficiency.

It’s not itchy and doesn’t contain any chemicals. Additionally, if exposed to moisture, isotherm can dry out. This product, won’t break. You can move it from one location to another. When our installers put it in your roof, you won’t have any damaged and non-usable materials before installation, this is our guarantee.

 

LOWER YOUR ENERGY USAGE

 

After our professional insulation installers in Johannesburg have finished installing it in your roof, you’ll start seeing saving right away. When your energy usage goes down it results in savings. It can be used on the geyser and water pipes for even more cost control.

As a matter of fact, you won’t have to worry about condensation with Isotherm. Or the development of bacteria and fungi like some insulation types. It’s also durable and lasts a very long time. It won’t degrade and it will continue to save on energy usage and costs. No matter what the weather is like, you’ll have a comfortable home with warmth or cooling. You can also read a quick guide to home insulation. Start saving on heating and cooling bills with isotherm insulation.

ISOTHERM PRICE LIST

Below is the Isotherm price list for DIY projects in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban.

Isotherm insulation achieves the R-value needed to be compliant with the SANS building laws for your climatic regions in South Africa.

Home Insulations stock all the major insulation brands in South Africa. These brands include but are not limited to:

AeroliteKnaufFabufillIsotherm

INSTALLATION COST OF ISOTHERM PER SQUARE METER

Another thing to take into account is the size of your home. Additionally, the installation cost of isotherm per m2 can vary from home to home. Depending on how difficult the roof is to work in.

We run qualified teams of installers. Each team has a site supervisor. This is to ensure the installation is done as quickly and efficiently as possible. Difficult roofs will take much longer to complete. You can get the best isotherm price from us.

A home that is 50m2 will get a higher price per m2 than a home that is 300m2. This is because we have to cover the costs of our teams. Setting up at each installation takes a lot of time as well. Its easier to insulate 2 x 100m2 homes in a day than 4 x 50m2 homes.

DIY ISOTHERM PRICE LIST

If you are wanting to install it yourself we have the DIY isotherm price list per roll. You can buy from us direct. We stock the 145mm isotherm in bulk. Its what most of our customers use. You can get a decent isotherm price per roll from us. We get a good isotherm price list on the 145mm because of the volume we use countrywide. Our installers cover Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Western Cape.

POPULAR QUESTIONS

What is the most popular insulation product?

The 135mm Knauf insulation is currently the most popular product among homeowners.

Is Isotherm SABS approved?

No – Isotherm is not SABS approved anymore.

What Is The Recommended Thickness?

The 145mm Isotherm is recommended for Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town. The 100mm is recommended for Durban.

Can You Deliver The Isotherm?

Yes, we can deliver your Isotherm order to your address. Home Insulations deliver in Johannesburg, Centurion, Pretoria and Durban.

PRICE OF ISOTHERM PER M2

Every home is different. Some homes have easy access through the trap door and sufficient space to walk around in the roof. These installations go quickly and it means you get a slightly lower isotherm price per m2.

Other roofs we have to lift tiles or remove sheeting to install from the outside. These installations are very time-consuming. Therefore the isotherm prices South Africa per m2 will be higher.

Suspended ceilings also take longer to install. Which increases the isotherm cost per square meter. We have to work from below one tile at a time. It could take a full day to complete a large suspended ceiling. Furthermore, that same installation would only take a couple hours in a normal roof. All these factors influence the cost of isotherm.

If you find you are getting cheap isotherm prices South Africa in comparison to what we are giving you. Make sure you are getting the right thickness installed. It’s important to have the right thickness installed.

The density of the product drops when you go with a thinner thickness. Also, check to see which climatic region you fall under. They have a specified thickness for each climatic region.

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