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All You Need to Know About Rockwool Insulation

Rockwool is made of stone wool, which is created by melting basalt and slag together, then spinning it to create the insulating fibres. This material is then made into insulation slabs, insulation rolls or other types of insulation that can be used to line domestic, commercial and industrial buildings.

Rockwool is a leading manufacturer in the insulation industry with 45 different facilities all over the world. Aside from better energy efficiency and lower noise pollution Rockwool has many benefits such as the following:

  • Fire resistance: In the event of a fire you can lower the chances of it spreading through cavity walls, ceilings or floors as Rockwool has excellent fire resistance. Good levels of fire resistance can help prevent the spread of fires but also highly toxic smoke and soot.
  • Easy to handle: Rockwool is a good roof solution, as it is very lightweight and is simple to move around, even in awkward spaces like lofts and attics. Rockwool is also exceptionally simple to cut, trim or shape into odd shapes, such as loft hatches.
  • Moisture resistance: Rockwool is breathable, meaning that moisture can naturally evaporate if it is present. Avoiding moisture promotes energy efficiency but also lets you avoid the problems that come from mould, which can include a variety of potentially dangerous health issues.

We supply the best Rockwool products in the UK If you are tired of calling suppliers only to have them let you down then we are the best choice. Our professional team is dedicated to finding solutions to the most irritating supply chain problems. If there is a building material you need, Rockwool or otherwise, we can help.

We have Rockwool insulation products that are suitable for use as acoustic insulation, thermal insulation - or both thermal and acoustic insulation together. Check out our full Rockwool range below. You will see the outstanding resourcefulness of our incredible team when you call us today on 01628 674910.

What Are the Main Types of Rockwool Insulation?

We supply many types of insulation suitable for a wide range of projects, so you are sure to find the precise variety you need for the best results after installation. The main types of Rockwool insulation we have available include the following:

  • Strips: A strip of Rockwool insulation will be useful for loft spaces, where you can easily place the insulation between the joists. Strips of Rockwool are rigid but lightweight and easy to handle, so they are ideal in roof spaces.
  • Rolls: Insulation rolls will be useful for insulating walls as they are simple to hang in place. Rockwool thermal insulation rolls will unroll easily and can simply be trimmed to their appropriate length and around plug sockets.
  • Slabs: Slabs will work very well if you have large areas such as a floor or ceiling to insulate. Slabs are another type of rigid insulation but will be easy to cut to size, ensuring there are no leaky air gaps in any floors or ceilings.
  • Cavity batts: Full fill cavity batts will be useful for any masonry cavity wall construction. They are a rigid form of mineral wall insulation, so they are easy to place within wall cavities and can also be installed very fast.
  • Pipe: Pipe insulation is used to cover any exposed pipe section, which can be important for internal water pipes in old buildings, which are not very energy efficient. Pipe insulation is available in a wide variety of thicknesses.

Some types of Rockwool insulation are made for specific areas. For example, acoustic floor insulation is designed to prevent noise between floors. Similarly, acoustic loft insulation products are made to prevent the sounds of external noise penetrating a converted loft space and acoustic wall insulation products are made to prevent the spread of noise between internal walls.

Thermal Rockwool insulation products are also made for specific areas, such as within cavity walls. Choosing the right type of insulation is important for a smooth installation and the most effective results.

What Are the Sizes of Rockwool Insulation Available?

Rockwool is a very flexible material, so it is available in a wide range of potential sizes for both small and large projects. Curved Rockwool is also available. The following are the main sizes of Rockwool insulation we have for sale.

Available Rockwool lengths:

  • 1000 mm
  • 1200 mm
  • 2750 mm
  • 3000 mm
  • 4000 mm
  • 3650 mm

Available Rockwool widths:

  • 17 mm
  • 21  mm
  • 27 mm
  • 34 mm
  • 38 mm
  • 42 mm
  • 48 mm
  • 54 mm
  • 60 mm
  • 62 mm
  • 67 mm
  • 76 mm
  • 89 mm
  • 108 mm
  • 114 mm
  • 140 mm
  • 169 mm
  • 455 mm
  • 600 mm
  • 650 mm
  • 1000 mm
  • 1200 mm

Available Rockwool thicknesses:

  • 2 mm
  • 25 mm
  • 30 mm
  • 40 mm
  • 50 mm
  • 60 mm
  • 70 mm
  • 75 mm
  • 80 mm
  • 90 mm
  • 100 mm
  • 120 mm
  • 140 mm
  • 150 mm
  • 180 mm
  • 200 mm

Rockwool is available in the above sizes, but the material can easily be cut to size for challenging areas where a custom fit is necessary. Selecting the appropriate size is important as it will ensure your insulation performs as well as possible.

Get The Best Rockwool Insulation Fast With Our Amazing Service

Rockwool is an ideal insulation solution with many useful roof, wall and floor applications. We supply the best slabs, rolls or pipe Rockwool insulation - as well as many other brilliant insulation products. All of our Rockwool insulation is available throughout the mainland UK with flexible delivery and collection options. 

You will find us to be a reliable and resourceful provider, we always deliver when we say we will. We can get the materials you need thanks to our dedicated account managers, who use our network of connections we have as industry-leading building materials suppliers. 

Please feel free to browse our products or give us a call on 01628674910 to order.

FAQs and Useful Information

The following are some common questions and answers about Rockwool insulation and the services we provide:

Is rockwool good for soundproofing?

Yes, Rockwool's stone wool structure helps to effectively isolate and control vibrations and noise, therefore making it a great sound insulator. Acoustic insulation is important for many settings, notably the internal walls of houses and apartment buildings as well as wooden floors.

What is Rockwool RWA45?

Rockwool RWA45 is an acoustic insulation slab used for thermal, acoustic and fire insulation in general building applications.

What are the benefits of choosing Rockwool insulation?

The primary benefits of Rockwool insulation are lower sound pollution and better energy efficiency in floors, ceilings, lofts, around pipe sections and many other places where sound or air leakage can occur. Thermal floor insulation is also good for comfort, particularly in bathrooms, kitchens and other tiled surfaces. Many types of Rockwool also contain water repellent additives which will help lower the risk of any corrosion due to moisture.

Get in touch with us today for quick delivery of Rockwool insulation and other building materials by calling 01628 674910.

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Rockwool is made of stone wool, which is created by melting basalt and slag together, then spinning it to create the insulating fibres. This material is then made into insulation slabs, insulation rolls or other types of insulation that can be used to line domestic, commercial and industrial buildings.

Rockwool is a leading manufacturer in the insulation industry with 45 different facilities all over the world. Aside from better energy efficiency and lower noise pollution Rockwool has many benefits such as the following:

  • Fire resistance: In the event of a fire you can lower the chances of it spreading through cavity walls, ceilings or floors as Rockwool has excellent fire resistance. Good levels of fire resistance can help prevent the spread of fires but also highly toxic smoke and soot.
  • Easy to handle: Rockwool is a good roof solution, as it is very lightweight and is simple to move around, even in awkward spaces like lofts and attics. Rockwool is also exceptionally simple to cut, trim or shape into odd shapes, such as loft hatches.
  • Moisture resistance: Rockwool is breathable, meaning that moisture can naturally evaporate if it is present. Avoiding moisture promotes energy efficiency but also lets you avoid the problems that come from mould, which can include a variety of potentially dangerous health issues.

We supply the best Rockwool products in the UK If you are tired of calling suppliers only to have them let you down then we are the best choice. Our professional team is dedicated to finding solutions to the most irritating supply chain problems. If there is a building material you need, Rockwool or otherwise, we can help.

We have Rockwool insulation products that are suitable for use as acoustic insulation, thermal insulation - or both thermal and acoustic insulation together. Check out our full Rockwool range below. You will see the outstanding resourcefulness of our incredible team when you call us today on 01628 674910.

What Are the Main Types of Rockwool Insulation?

We supply many types of insulation suitable for a wide range of projects, so you are sure to find the precise variety you need for the best results after installation. The main types of Rockwool insulation we have available include the following:

  • Strips: A strip of Rockwool insulation will be useful for loft spaces, where you can easily place the insulation between the joists. Strips of Rockwool are rigid but lightweight and easy to handle, so they are ideal in roof spaces.
  • Rolls: Insulation rolls will be useful for insulating walls as they are simple to hang in place. Rockwool thermal insulation rolls will unroll easily and can simply be trimmed to their appropriate length and around plug sockets.
  • Slabs: Slabs will work very well if you have large areas such as a floor or ceiling to insulate. Slabs are another type of rigid insulation but will be easy to cut to size, ensuring there are no leaky air gaps in any floors or ceilings.
  • Cavity batts: Full fill cavity batts will be useful for any masonry cavity wall construction. They are a rigid form of mineral wall insulation, so they are easy to place within wall cavities and can also be installed very fast.
  • Pipe: Pipe insulation is used to cover any exposed pipe section, which can be important for internal water pipes in old buildings, which are not very energy efficient. Pipe insulation is available in a wide variety of thicknesses.

Some types of Rockwool insulation are made for specific areas. For example, acoustic floor insulation is designed to prevent noise between floors. Similarly, acoustic loft insulation products are made to prevent the sounds of external noise penetrating a converted loft space and acoustic wall insulation products are made to prevent the spread of noise between internal walls.

Thermal Rockwool insulation products are also made for specific areas, such as within cavity walls. Choosing the right type of insulation is important for a smooth installation and the most effective results.

What Are the Sizes of Rockwool Insulation Available?

Rockwool is a very flexible material, so it is available in a wide range of potential sizes for both small and large projects. Curved Rockwool is also available. The following are the main sizes of Rockwool insulation we have for sale.

Available Rockwool lengths:

  • 1000 mm
  • 1200 mm
  • 2750 mm
  • 3000 mm
  • 4000 mm
  • 3650 mm

Available Rockwool widths:

  • 17 mm
  • 21  mm
  • 27 mm
  • 34 mm
  • 38 mm
  • 42 mm
  • 48 mm
  • 54 mm
  • 60 mm
  • 62 mm
  • 67 mm
  • 76 mm
  • 89 mm
  • 108 mm
  • 114 mm
  • 140 mm
  • 169 mm
  • 455 mm
  • 600 mm
  • 650 mm
  • 1000 mm
  • 1200 mm

Available Rockwool thicknesses:

  • 2 mm
  • 25 mm
  • 30 mm
  • 40 mm
  • 50 mm
  • 60 mm
  • 70 mm
  • 75 mm
  • 80 mm
  • 90 mm
  • 100 mm
  • 120 mm
  • 140 mm
  • 150 mm
  • 180 mm
  • 200 mm

Rockwool is available in the above sizes, but the material can easily be cut to size for challenging areas where a custom fit is necessary. Selecting the appropriate size is important as it will ensure your insulation performs as well as possible.

Get The Best Rockwool Insulation Fast With Our Amazing Service

Rockwool is an ideal insulation solution with many useful roof, wall and floor applications. We supply the best slabs, rolls or pipe Rockwool insulation - as well as many other brilliant insulation products. All of our Rockwool insulation is available throughout the mainland UK with flexible delivery and collection options. 

You will find us to be a reliable and resourceful provider, we always deliver when we say we will. We can get the materials you need thanks to our dedicated account managers, who use our network of connections we have as industry-leading building materials suppliers. 

Please feel free to browse our products or give us a call on 01628674910 to order.

FAQs and Useful Information

The following are some common questions and answers about Rockwool insulation and the services we provide:

Is rockwool good for soundproofing?

Yes, Rockwool's stone wool structure helps to effectively isolate and control vibrations and noise, therefore making it a great sound insulator. Acoustic insulation is important for many settings, notably the internal walls of houses and apartment buildings as well as wooden floors.

What is Rockwool RWA45?

Rockwool RWA45 is an acoustic insulation slab used for thermal, acoustic and fire insulation in general building applications.

What are the benefits of choosing Rockwool insulation?

The primary benefits of Rockwool insulation are lower sound pollution and better energy efficiency in floors, ceilings, lofts, around pipe sections and many other places where sound or air leakage can occur. Thermal floor insulation is also good for comfort, particularly in bathrooms, kitchens and other tiled surfaces. Many types of Rockwool also contain water repellent additives which will help lower the risk of any corrosion due to moisture.

Get in touch with us today for quick delivery of Rockwool insulation and other building materials by calling 01628 674910.