ECO COM­FORT WITH ISOBOARD

For in­su­la­tion with a con­science, look no fur­ther…

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IsoBoard is proud to be as­so­ci­ated with EcoS­tan­dard South Africa, an or­gan­i­sa­tion whose vi­sion is to set en­vi­ron­men­tal stan­dards of ex­cel­lence to mea­sure and rate prod­ucts, man­u­fac­tur­ers and ser­vice providers within the build­ing sec­tor in SA.

EcoS­tan­dard in­tends to pro­mote the de­mand for and use of en­vi­ron­men­tally re­spon­si­ble or­gan­i­sa­tions by par­tic­i­pat­ing in the global ini­tia­tive to im­prove and strengthen the en­vi­ron­men­tal con­sid­er­a­tion of our planet.

Com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing clients with a prod­uct that’s en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly, IsoBoard is part of EcoS­tan­dard’s valu­able port­fo­lio of cer­ti­fied and rated prod­ucts that have been awarded an EcoProd­uct la­bel for their trans­parency and out­stand­ing en­vi­ron­men­tal prac­tices.

When look­ing for a prod­uct that will reg­u­late the tem­per­a­ture of your build­ing – be it an of­fice, busi­ness or home – look no fur­ther than South Africa’s pre­mier ther­mal in­su­la­tion provider: ROOFS Heat gain in res­i­den­tial homes oc­curs largely through the roof struc­ture. In­su­lated ceil­ings re­tard heat flow into the liv­ing ar­eas in sum­mer and con­tain gen­er­ated heat in win­ter.

WALLS Cav­ity wall in­su­la­tion will pre­vent heat trans­fer and build-up to the in­ner leaf of sun-ex­posed walls. Mois­ture within the cav­ity is pre­vented from con­dens­ing onto and pen­e­trat­ing the in­ner leaf when IsoBoard is in­stalled.

FLOORS Loss of heat through floors on con­crete sur­face beds is ex­pe­ri­enced as a cold un­der­foot con­di­tion, par­tic­u­larly dur­ing win­ter when the sup­port­ing soils cool down due to hy­gro­scopic ac­tion of wa­ter.

RETRO­FIT IsoBoard can be used to ther­mally in­su­late many ex­ist­ing build­ings that re­quire up­grad­ing with re­spect to com­fort lev­els or en­ergy ef­fi­ciency. It is suit­able to be in­stalled as a ceil­ing, ei­ther be­neath an ex­ist­ing ceil­ing or be­tween trusses or rafters.

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