"I have an old house and need to get the right balance between insulation and breathability. The Airtec insulation gives me the option to have both due to its flexibility and width so it can get in small spaces without giving me future damp problems."
"I bought this to insulate the ceiling in the part of my kitchen that is single story. I cut it into strips to fit between the ceiling joists and created a double layer by gluing two sheets together with silicone. These sandwiches were then wedged between the joists just above the plasterboard. With a layer of fiberglass on top of that hopefully the kitchen will be warmer. This winter will prove if it has worked.
The layout of the bubbles make it really easy to cut straight lines. Scissors and a staple gun are all you need to fit it."
"We fitted to roof rafters as we had no felt under the roof tiles. Was easy to cut and fit and even made the attic lighter. Also made the attic look tidier and the insulation is keeping the attic cool in summer. Great product easy and cheap to fit."
"This is easy to instal and very efficient. I've combined it with loft insulation, with the Airtec forming the base stapled to the plasterboard ceiling and the loft insulation on top. It might be a bit over the top, and I haven't had the time to calcualte the payback period, but the heating bills are already lower. Just as well considering the weather we've been having!"
"Without a doubt this so superior to the old fiberglass insulation and so easy to use. I used this in the Eves on top of 70mm Celotex insulation board it was really easy to install just a pair of scissors, utility knife and staple gun. One added benefit was the apparent extra light in the loft area once finished due to the surface being more reflective than the Celotex. As another reviewer noted it's far cheaper to buy these big rolls rather than the 400mm or 600mm ones plus it's far quicker to install and you have far fewer joints. Talking of joints I used Duck Tape rather than the aluminium tape as it's stickier and not as fragile."
"I have stapled this product across all the rafters in my loft, easy to cut with scissors and stapled in place, faced it all off with 5mm exterior plywood (what a mission). Now this summer im looking forward to lower loft temperatures than last years 45 degree plus in august in the midday blazing sun."
"To say that this product provides thermal resistance of up to 1.5 1.5W/m²K is in my opinion misleading; this is a calculation based on the whole construction, not just the insulation material. The literature provided from the manufacturer states, rather un-clearly, that thestated thermal resistance values can only be achieved in a construction where the insulation is held between 25mm battens,and in this configuration the insulation material is only responsible for 8.4% of the stated thermal resistance values. ie. a similar construction where the insulation is replaced with a plastic vapour barrier would give almost the same result."