The Need For Memory Foam in Your Roof
As a homeowner, you can greatly reduce your energy bill and the amount of heat that enters yours home through the roof by using memory foam at the roofs installation.
Memory foam is installed directly to the rooftop before the actual roof is installed. By insalling memory foam first it helps to insulate the home and prevent leaks. Memory foam is solid, rigid, will not deteriorate and srong enough to walk on. Surf Boards have been made using memory foam for many years and it’s use in the commercial industry is long standing.
Adding memory foam before the installation of a new roof has been made possible by the lastest developments in technology. Should you enter your roof on the sunny day you might be surprised to find that it’s as hot as being in an oven and a large amount of this warmth will end up in your house. Some attics are thought to be well insulated with blown in fiberglass or cellulose insulation, but this has settled considerably and not doing it’s job. Blow in insulation can always be done again, but this too will settle and you haven’t addressed the issue of heat getting into your home. Insulation of the home was not required or in building codes until the early 70’s. Since building codes did not require mandatory insulation before that time, walls themselves were not insulated.
Memory foam insulation will help to lower you energy cost by cutting down on the amount of heat that is allowed to enter the home.