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Roof Insulation

Stop wasting your money on heating and cooling an uninsulated home. Take control of your home’s thermal insulation and install roof insulation through Upside Down.

Save On Your Energy Bill With Roofing Insulation

Ever wonder where all the heat goes in your home when you’ve got the heater on in winter? Or how the heat gets into your home in the first place on those hot summer days? Your ceiling is the biggest culprit, accounting for 25 to 35 per cent of heat gain and loss.

Installing quality roofing insulation could save you 20 to 30 per cent on your heating and cooling costs. With these kinds of energy savings, insulation is a no-brainer.

Upside Down has expert roofers who can install the right insulation for your home and needs. Our team specialises in reflective insulation which will reduce the radiated heat flow in your home so you can p[ut your money to better use elsewhere.

For your local roof insulation experts, you need Upside Down.

Quality Roof Insulation Installer

Does learning the difference between bulk and reflective insulation, R values and thermal resistance all sound a bit too much to add to your already hectic schedule? Don’t stress it - Upside Down has expert roof insulation installers who can take the difficulty out of this process.

Our team will leave you with a well-insulated home that’s built for thermal performance all year round. We’ll assess your house and determine the best reflective insulation types for your existing home:

  • Reflective wrap - this is your typical roof sarking, reflective wrap is a foil that is laminated to paper and reinforced with glass fibre or coated in a non-metallic reflective coating. It is available as a single or double-sided foil.
  • Multi-cell reflective foil insulation - this insulation combines two to four layers of laminated foil that can be installed over ceiling joists and between/across wall studs. The effectiveness of this insulation depends on the number of layers and air space.
  • Expandable concertina-style foil - a double-sided, reflective foil that can have the width adjusted to suit varying sized gaps. This insulation is largely used between wall studs and timber floors.

An experienced roof insulation installer will know which type will best suit your home and just the right R value to insulate your home effectively. Upside Down has fully qualified and highly experienced roofers available 24/7 for all your insulation needs.

Upside Down Is Your Go-To for Ceiling Insulation

Don’t let our unconventional name fool you, we pride ourselves on providing a premium roofing experience every time. You’ll get more than just your typical ceiling insulation service when you call Upside Down.

Upside Down ceiling insulation services come with:

  • 24/7 availability with no surcharges for after hours, weekends, and even public holidays.
  • Rapid response within the hour*.
  • Neat and tidy roofers who clean up after the job is done.
  • Fully licensed and insured technicians.
  • Flexible payment options.
  • No deposit, interest free plans**.

Who knew there were so many perks when installing insulation?

Roof Insulation Cost

Roof insulation is an investment in your home and will eventually pay itself off with the savings you’ll make on energy costs. A complete roof insulation can be costly upfront, but you’ll reap the benefits down the line. 

Thankfully, you don’t need to worry about this upfront cost immediately when you use Upside Down if you don’t want to. We offer flexible payment options to suit your preferences, and even have interest free payment plans with a $0 deposit**. This means you can insulate now and pay later. 

Take control of your home’s thermal efficiency and call Upside Down to install roof insulation in your home today.

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Where we are?

Upside is located throughout Australia. You’ll find our expert tradespeople operating in capital cities and major metropolitan areas. Call now to find out more.

Areas Covered:

  • Adelaide
  • Brisbane
  • Canberra
  • Geelong
  • Gold Coast
  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Sydney