Stone wool insulation products

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The house that hardly needs heating

Very high levels of insulation are a key element of passive construction, which keeps heat losses so low that a house can be kept warm either without heating or just by preheating the fresh air entering rooms.

How to build a sustainable future

When environmental goals are more important than ever, improving energy efficiency in buildings presents an immediate opportunity to make our towns and cities healthier, safer and more sustainable.

Welcome to the zero-energy house

Built with the right techniques, a home can produce as much energy as it uses.

ROCKWOOL launches pioneering wall system

With the launch of Rockzero the ROCKWOOL Group introduces a modular stone wool wall system that is part of the solution to climate change.

ROCKWOOL stone wool insulation in action

Get inspired by a house that works with the weather

Technical installations

Insulating heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems with ROCKWOOL HVAC insulation can improve the energy efficiency, fire safety and acoustic performance of a building.

Flat and pitched roof

Insulating a roof is an effective way to minimise heat loss and reduce heating bills. Stone wool insulation will deliver multiple benefits including thermal, fire and sound protection for both new and refurbished roofs as well as loft conversions and other construction types.

Attic

To increase home comfort and save energy year-round, start by insulating the attic, keeping the heat in during the winter and out in the summer.

Roof Insulation

Insulating a roof is an effective way to minimise heat loss and reduce heating bills.

Floors and ceilings

Insulating floors and ceilings is an important way to reduce airborne noise and to maintain a comfortable indoor climate by preventing heat transfer between upper and lower floors.

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