Flat Roof Insulation (FRI)

Flat Roof insulation (FRI) is a type of insulation that is installed on a flat roofed building. It is used to help improve the energy efficiency of a building by reducing the amount of heat loss through the roof. Once Flat Roof Insulation is installed it is always weatherproofed, so you have nothing to worry about. This can help to lower energy bills and make a building more comfortable to live or work in. Up to 25% of your heat is lost through your roof. Insulating your roof is the best way to reduce heat loss and reduce your heating bills. When you insulate your roof properly it will pay for itself many times over in its 40 year lifetime. You could get this done for free if you qualify for Eco4 grant ECO4 is backed by large and medium energy suppliers. They have legal obligations under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme. This includes companies like British Gas, EDF Energy, E.ON, Scottish Power, and Octopus Energy. For more information please go to the government’s Ofgem website. Ofgem Eco