Thermafleece CosyWool - Sheep's Wool Insulation Roll
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Overview of the Thermafleece CosyWool Insulation Roll
- Made from 75% sheep’s wool – entirely natural and sustainable insulation material
- Features 25% recycled polyester – prevents waste plastic going to landfill
- Free of harmful chemicals – offers an itch and irritation-free installation
- Superb thermal conductivity - provides thermal conductivity of 0.039 W/mK
- Great sound absorption – achieves an NRC of 1.05 at 100mm
- Achieves a snug fit – prevents heat leakage in wall and roof spaces
- Fully recyclable – can be easily repurposed at the end of its life
- Available in a choice of thicknesses and sizes – ideal for a variety of applications
- Made in the UK – supports local communities and reduces emissions
Manufactured from a combination of sheep’s wool and recycled polyester, Thermafleece CosyWool Insulation is an innovative solution for environmentally conscious homeowners. Providing them with a superb alternative to other forms of insulation, such as synthetic wool.
With a thermal conductivity of 0.039 W/mK, this insulation will regulate the temperature of your home throughout the year. Helping to cut utility bills and create a more comfortable home, whether it’s a period property or new build.
Sheep wool insulation is also breathable, meaning that it absorbs and expels moisture from the surrounding air. It therefore reduces humidity in your cavity walls and loft space, helping to combat dampness and protect your property.
Available in a range of thicknesses and sizes, Thermafleece CosyWool Insulation achieves a snug fit and therefore prevents air and sound leakage. Making it ideal for insulating both walls and roofs in both residential and commercial buildings.
What are the Benefits of Thermafleece CosyWool?
With 0.039 W/mK of thermal conductivity, CosyWool helps control the temperature in your home through the winter and summer. This is achieved by using a combination of natural wool and synthetic polyester, which are both course and dense materials.
This insulation also provides great sound insulation with a rating of NRC 1.05 at 100mm. Making Thermafleece CosyWool ideal for homes located in bustling cities as well as offices based on busy industrial estates.
Unlike any other types of insulation, wool insulation absorbs and releases moisture from the air surrounding it. This regulates humidity and, therefore, protects your building as well as the items stored within it from dampness.
Whilst CosyWool has been designed to last the lifetime of a building, it can then be easily recycled should you need to dispose of it sooner. This is as both natural sheep wool and polyester can be reused for numerous applications.
What are the Advantages of Sheep’s Wool Insulation?
Sheep are not only one of the most iconic residents of the British countryside, but they are also some of the hardiest animals around. Able to thrive in all manner of conditions, they can be found on windswept hillsides as well as snowy peaks.
This is largely due to their coarse and dense woollen coats, which is a highly effective and entirely natural form of thermal insulation. So, whilst sheep are farmed for several reasons their coats remain highly coveted for their insulating capabilities.
Sheep wool also absorbs and expels moisture from the air. Controlling humidity levels in your cavity walls and loft space, helping to protect your building and the items stored within from the damage caused by dampness.
Where Can You Use Thermafleece CosyWool?
This insulation is perfect for a wide range of building types, including period properties and new builds. Due to the variety of thicknesses and sizes CosyWool is available in, it can also be used in various locations throughout the home. This includes cavity walls and loft spaces, for example.
Wherever you use this natural insulation, it will significantly improve thermal insulation and sound absorption. Due to the breathability of sheep’s wool, it will also reduce the build-up of humidity in your cavity walls and loft space.
How is This Insulation Installed and Maintained?
Thermafleece CosyWool will not irritate the skin, eyes or respiratory tract. Making it far easier to install, whether you’re a homeowner or tradesperson. In fact, you’re able to install this insulation without protective clothing. Although, you should still wear a dust mask in enclosed spaces.
CosyWool is fitted in the same manner as other insulation rolls, but if using an underlay please ensure it is vapour permeable to retain the insulation’s breathability. This insulation can also be easily cut with a straight edge utility knife.
Will Pests Be Attracted to the Thermafleece CosyWool?
There are numerous rumours and beliefs surrounding natural insulation and its tendencies to attract pests such as mice, moths and more. However, there is no evidence to suggest this is the case and you are no more likely to attract vermin with natural insulation than synthetic insulation.
Mice, moth, and other vermin are typically attracted to poorly maintained insulation. Therefore, you should visually check insulation annually to identify any compression, dampness, or infestation. Preventing any small issues developing into major challenges.
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If you have any questions about this insulation, or another product that we stock, please feel free to message us online, email us or call us on 01295 565565. Our award-winning team will do their best to help you select the ideal solution for your project.
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