Loft roll insulation and acoustic performance insulation rolls are the 2 most widely used insulation rolls on the market. Both loft insulation and acoustic insulation reduce heat loss and energy bills.
Loft roll insulation is made from glass wool and used in attic spaces, which can be placed underneath loft boards between timber floor joists. In a pitched roof people will also install insulation boards in the roof joists as well. The increased amount of loft insulation and roof insulation will help to reduce energy bills.
We sell glass wool loft roll insulation thickness from 100mm to 200mm. The most popular type of loft insulation we sell is Knauf loft insulation rolls, we also Superglass and Isover loft insulation roll.
Acoustic insulation rolls stop sound transfer between rooms. They often installed in partition walls and ceiling partitions. They can also be installed in cavity walls, but this isn't a common use.
Acoustic rolls are made for sound purposes, but they still carry thermal properties. These rolls are made from mineral wool, which is also called fibreglass and have a high acoustic performance.
Like loft roll, acoustic insulation rolls are light and flexible. We recommend acoustic rolls for people who want to reduce sound transmission between adjacent and horizontal rooms in their homes. If you want loft insulation, then acoustic insulation rolls are not recommended.