Celotex is one of the UK’s foremost manufacturers of PIR insulation boards. Thanks to their enduring commitment to innovation, Celotex insulation is renowned for its exceptional performance. Their product range includes a wide selection of ve...
Celotex is one of the UK’s foremost manufacturers of PIR insulation boards. Thanks to their enduring commitment to innovation, Celotex insulation is renowned for its exceptional performance. Their product range includes a wide selection of versatile PIR insulation boards, which can be used in both residential and commercial projects.
Celotex continues to strive to this day to provide homeowners with insulation boards that offer sustainability as well as high-performance. Celotex insulation boards are some of the thinnest available and meet or exceed all current green building regulations. This is whilst being considered some of the most effective boards on the market, which can be used in roofs, floors and walls.
Benefits of Using Celotex Insulation Boards
- Available in a wide variety of thicknesses to suit your needs
- Ideally sized insulation boards, easy to fit into floor sections, cavity walls and loft spaces
- Suitable for use throughout a home, from insulating floors to walls and a roof space
- Provides thermal performance of 0.022 W/mK to minimise your home’s U-value
- Constant innovation and use of the best materials available to maximise thermal efficiency and combat thermal bridging
- Celotex were the first PIR insulation boards manufacturer to be awarded the A+ Green Guide Rating by BRE Global
Have More Questions About Celotex Insulation?
Whatever your question, our award-winning customer service team is here to help. Simply use the online chat feature on our website or call our team on 01295 565 565 to have your questions answered. With over 40 years’ experience in DIY and roofing, they’ll be able to recommend the perfect Celotex insulation for your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Celotex Waterproof?
Yes, Celotex insulation is designed to effectively fight excess moisture in the air. This is thanks to the closed cell structure of their products, which makes them hydrophobic; meaning they do not absorb water. This prevents their thermal performance from degrading over time due to water damage, mould or damp.