Building Insulation

P.M. Insulations:
Building Insulation

P.M. Insulations’ building insulation systems combine the highest levels of thermal performance, with fire and acoustic requirements, for commercial buildings where the required performance is higher than the basic specifications. High standards of thermal insulation can offer a practicable and cost-effective means of reducing C02 emissions. Consideration can also be given to introducing solutions that manage noise from entertainment areas, as well as ensuring the fire safety of buildings, thus enabling them to comfortably meet the relevant fire protection standards.

Our range of high-performance insulation products offer a total solution for the provision of effective insulation for both commercial buildings and non-residential buildings, including health, education, leisure buildings, exhibition centres, shopping centres and airports. Combining the best thermal, fire and acoustic solutions by construction type, we can build energy-efficient, safer buildings with reduced noise levels to your specifications.


We can help to save you money on energy bills with the right insulation – badly insulated structures, pipework and boilers can increase your energy bill costs.

Optimal Energy Efficiency

For optimal energy efficiency, your building should be properly insulated from the roof down to its foundation, including all water carrying pipework and conditioned ductwork services.

Save Up To 15%

On average, you can save up to 15% on your building’s heating and cooling costs or up to 11% on its total energy costs by adding insulation to loft spaces, floors, crawl spaces, and accessible basement areas.

Reduce Heat Flows

Insulation is important because of its ability to reduce the amount of heat that flows between the inside and outside of your building. The ability of insulation material to reduce heat flow is called its R-value. The greater the R-value, the more this heat flow is reduced.

Professional Installation

The maximum thermal performance or R-value of insulation is very dependent on the proper installation. DIY enthusiasts or builders can install some types of insulation i.e. loft rolls or materials that can be poured in place. Other types of insulation, or for peace of mind that the insulation has been installed correctly, professional installation is required.

Reduce Emissions

Building energy efficient environments is both a responsibility and an opportunity. Homes and offices play a key role in the climate change debate. Around 40 percent of greenhouse gas emissions generated by humans come from poorly insulated homes and offices and the energy required to heat them.

Loft Insulation

Un-insulated lofts are prime places where heat can escape from a building. Cold air can also easily enter and compromise indoor comfort. The short-term solution? Turn up the heat in the winter – and open the windows in the summer. However, this wastes a lot of energy and leads to bigger heating and electric bills – as well as having a negative impact on the environment. Installing loft insulation in the loft space, both between and over the joists, can combat this – helping to keep the heat in and the cold out while saving costs and improving energy efficiency.

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