How Can you insulate my Roof when it has no cavity space?

How do I stop my roof being so hot when it has no space to put batts in?

Here at comfort zone we are experts in roof insulation and there is no kind of roof that I have not been able to insulate with cellulose fibre pump in insulation. Often though my customers tell me that they have spoken to 5 fibre glass batt insulation companies and all of them said it was impossible to insulate there roof.

The reason this happens normally is because you are talking to a sales rep and not a installer when you ring around for pricing. It is also because most batt insulation companies have got no idea how to insulate a difficult roof.

If you have any of the following roof profiles Not only can I insulate them but we get fantastic results


Even if you do not have a manhole or you think that there is no space to put insulation in, Give us a call or send us a email and we will give you a detailed insulation quote.

Exposed beam roofs have the smallest space and we need to lift roof sheets to get access to the 40mm gap that is under the iron but once insulated it will make your home a lot cooler in summer and warmer in winter.

Follow the link to see just how we can insulate Raked iron roofs

Follow this link to see how we can insulate under a Exposed beam tile roof to really stop the heat in summer

Follow this link to see how we insulate this wrap over iron roof with cellulose fibre insulation and the house does not even have a manhole. These wrap over sheets are really hard to get back in unless you know the trick to it and that is why most trades will tell you that this type of roof just can not be insulated.

Exposed Beam Roof

A exposed beam ceiling might have a Iron or tile roof on the top but from the inside it will look similar to these two pictures. Most people think that there is absolutely no space in one of these roofs to put any insulation into but there is actually a gap of at least 40 mm under the roofing. Here at Comfort Zone insulation we have made a special tool to put into this gap that allows us to insulate these exposed beam roofs by pumping cellulose fibre insulation into them.

So if you have a exposed beam roof and you house is really hot in summer we can help.

If only part of your house is Exposed beam or raked, you will almost certainly have a in ceiling wall or bulk head that must be included when insulating the ceiling. If you do not get the in ceiling wall done with some quality insulation batts the heat in the main roof cavity will continue to heat into your home and ruin any chance you had of having the rest of your insulation work.