Tucking in your roof
“Tucking in your roof” is a term coined by @steveroofer in 2010, and it serves as a powerful metaphor for the meticulous process of insulating a roof to ensure optimal performance.
Just as one would tuck in the edges of a warm blanket for a snug night’s sleep, the same principle applies to roofing insulation.
It’s not just about the quality of the insulation material; it’s about the attention to detail in making sure there are no gaps or openings that could allow drafts to compromise the thermal efficiency of your roof.
This means meticulously sealing gaps, insulating vulnerable areas, and ensuring that the insulation forms a snug barrier against the elements.
By tucking in the insulation correctly, you can harness the full potential of your insulation, keeping your home warm and comfortable while minimising energy waste.