The Need For Memory Foam in Your Roof
Are you fed up with the uncomfortable heat in your home during the summer and the energy bill surprises it brings?
Before the actual roof is installed, memory foam is layed on the roof’s foundation. 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.
The development of new technologies has allowed memory foam to be used before the replacement of a new roof. If you have ever entered your attic on a hot sunny day you experienced an unimaginable heat, which is likely entering your home. You may even observe that the blown in fiberglass or cellulose insulation has settled considerable. Most think that all you need to do is blow more insulation in, but this will also settle and heat will still escape into your home. The 70’s were the start of the U.S. building codes requiring builders to install insulation in the home. It is a good chance that if your home was built before this time, your homes walls are not insulated.
Your homes roof is really a significant part of your houses heating problems within the summer time and memory foam insulation stops this warmth right at its access point.