For homeowners who expect more than just thermal benefit from their homes insulation, Rockwool Premium Plus™ not only provides excellent thermal insulation properties, but deliver additional benefits – so you get more than just one benefit for your money.

Reduce your energy bills

Because Rockwool Premium Plus™ is monolithically installed it conforms to any framing irregularities and reduces the air infiltration that can cause your home to be cold and drafty. Because it sprayed to the full thickness of your wall there is no compression of the insulation that is associated with batt insulation so you get what you paid for when it comes to R-Value*.

Increased the Quality of Your Living Environment

One of the great benefits of Rockwool Premium Plus™ insulation is its sound reduction qualities. If you’re disturbed by noisy neighbors, traffic or aircraft noise, or sounds traveling from one room to another, Rockwool Premium Plus™ products can give you control of your living environment and make a big difference to everyday life. Home buyers nationally said unwanted noise in their residences is of significant importance, according to the annual REALTOR® Home Features Survey. It will also increase the value of your home.

Protection for the Things You Value Most

As Rockwool Premium Plus™ insulation is made from rock, it cannot burn – which means you can enjoy complete peace of mind knowing your home has non-combustible insulation in the walls, floors and roof.

Once and Done

If you choose Rockwool Premium Plus™ you’ll never have to install or add to your home insulation again. Our products don’t lose their effectiveness over time, and once in place, they don’t sag or settle**. Furthermore if they get wet once the insulation drys it will not lose its replica rolex effectiveness.

* Oak Ridge National Laboratories - Fiberglass Batts - labeled vs. Installed Performance
** REFERENCE: Svennerstedt, B., "Field Data on Settling in Loose-Fill Thermal Insulation," Insulation Materials, Testing, and Applications, ASTM STP 1030, D. L. McElroy and J. F. Kimpflen, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1990, pp. 231-236.