Memory Foam Roof
Understanding what memory foam is and what it can help with, will definitely make an impact on the summer’s heat inside your home and lower your energy bill.
Prior to the roof being installed, memory foam is put down on the rooftop. Therefore, it not just actively works to prevent warmth from entering the home through the roof, it helps you to seal the house from small leaks that induce dry rot towards the structure of the house. Memory foam is extremely durable and is known to be solid, rigid, and will not deteriorate. Memory foam has a long history in the surf board industry and has been used commercialy for many years.
The development of new technologies has allowed memory foam to be used before the replacement of a new roof. Attics are hot, we all know that, but what most do not know is that the heat is able to enter the home if not properly insulated. Most attics have blown in fiberglass or cellulose insulation, but over time has settled. Installing more blown in insulation would help, but it would also setle over time and the issue with heat escape is not solved. It had not been before the early seventies that insulation was needed in the home and included in the building code within the U.S. It is a good chance that if your home was built before this time, your homes walls are not insulated.
Memory foam insulation will help to lower you energy cost by cutting down on the amount of heat that is allowed to enter the home.