The heat is rising, and in this case it’s a good thing.
The Global Roof Insulation Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 5.1 percent over the next decade to reach approximately $13.9 billion by 2025, according to a study by the world’s largest market research organization.
Research and Markets recently added “Global Roof Insulation Market Analysis & Trends – Industry Forecast to 2025” report to their offering of resources.
The study focuses on market trends, leading players, supply chain trends, technological innovations, key developments and future strategies.
Some of the prominent trends that the market is witnessing include increasing attention towards energy efficient building in the construction sector, and improved demand for insulating materials in extreme weather countries, according to a news release.
Based on type, the market is categorized into reflective systems, rigid insulation, spray applied, batts and rolls and other types, the release said. By application, market is segregated by pitched roof and flat roof.
This industry report, which provides historical market data for 2013 and forecasts 2016 to 2025, analyzes the market estimates and forecasts for all the given segments on global as well as regional levels presented in the research scope.
What do these findings mean for you?
Despite the time of year, unwanted air from the outside is most likely creeping its way into your home in all kinds of places you wouldn’t expect. The cold air seeps in during the winter and the warm air reeks all kinds of havoc on your roof in the summer.
Meanwhile, research shows that 90 percent of homes in America are under insulated.
Taking proactive measures to protect your home, such as implementing proper sealing and insulating techniques, is one of many ways you can keep unwanted air out.
Reasons for helping make energy saving choices may vary from one homeowner to another, but the facts are clear and speak for themselves.
“If all U.S. homes were fitted with insulation based on the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code, residential electricity use nationwide would drop by about five percent and natural gas use by more than 10 percent,” said Dr. Jonathan Levy, a professor of environmental health at Boston University School of Public Health, in a news release.
Levy is also the lead researcher on the Boston University team that investigated insulation use in America, focusing on how increased insulation could help reduce energy use and cut carbon dioxide and other pollutants from being released into the atmosphere.
What can you do about it?
In addition to reducing your carbon footprint, installing insulation products can save you money and make your home a more comfortable place to be.
Yellowblue’s multi layer reflective insulation products are considered revolutionary in the rapidly growing market of insulation options. It is designed to help improve heat transfer using two highly reflective aluminum surfaces.
And it’s more than just a barrier. Made up of 99 percent aluminum, our reflective insulation products can block up to 97 percent of radiant heat transfer in a safe and environmentally friendly way. Multi layer insulation truly is today’s green insulation.
It is also easy to install and is scientifically designed and tested for performance and durability, backed by a long-term product warranty.
Want to learn more ways you can make your home more energy efficient?
Yellowblue’s philosophy is that “your home is where our story begins.” Let us help you make your story a little more interesting and a lot more efficient by considering our innovative reflective insulation products.
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