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    Insulation for improving heating


    To what extent does any given amount of insulation material increase the temperature of a room? So for example, how much would the thickness of different insulation materials need to be increased to raise the temperature of a room by say one degree celsius? Does it work that way or is there more to it than that/is it not that straight forward?

    Asked by jonathan on 26th Aug 2021
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    The Brit m Company Ltd

    "There is a little bit more involved, there are a few different materials on the market. Plus it depends on the location of the room and the construction type. Heating/cooling system windows/doors. As we all know heat rises and will escape from any place it can."

    Answered on 7th Sep 2021 - Member since May 2019 - report

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