On this page you can find technical details and resources related to SuperQuilt. You can view and download data sheets, fitting guides and accreditation certificates. We have also included some of our most frequently asked questions and some helpful video guides.
We have an easy to use, free online U-value calculator which gives you instant insulation solutions to suit your specific requirements. You are guided through the calculation step by step, with helpful hints along the way.U-Value Calculator
Data Sheets & Certificates
SuperQuilt insulation is extremely versatile and can be used in many applications. A selection of common solutions can be found below, however if you are unable to find what you require please see our complete list of insulation solutions.
Solid Existing Floor
YBS SuperQuilt is a commonly used solution to insulate existing solid floors due to a simple and quick installation. SuperQuilt is LABC & BDA certified for floating floor applications.View Installation Guide
YBS SuperQuilt has been proven to save on labour time, cost and space - in timber frame buildings. It is most commonly applied to the internal side of timber studs before the plasterboard and it incorporates a high performance vapour barrier.View Installation Guide
Re-Roofing Complete Systems
YBS SuperQuilt and YBS BreatherQuilt are fully LABC & BDA certified products to be used in re-roofing systems. SuperQuilt Insulation's solutions can assist in achieving U-values in new build and refurbishment / extension projects.View Installation Guide
YBS SuperQuilt Multifoil Insulation is fully LABC, BDA and BBA certified for insulating pitched roofs. It is most often used to the internal side of the rafters before the plasterboard is installed to reduce head height and save on costs.View Installation Guide
YBS SuperQuilt is the ideal solution for insulating the internal of solid brickwork and concrete block walls. SuperQuilt is fully certified for the use in dry linings and commonly achieves refurbishment regulations without additional insulation.View Installation Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some answers to the questions we get asked the most. If you are not able to find what you are looking for then please look in our complete list of frequently asked questions.
What are your shipping charges?
The cost of shipping is dependent on the value of your order.
For every £100 spent, the shipping fee increases £10. This is up until £600, where the fee then increases by £5
Additional surcharges are applied for Highlands, Offshore Islands and Nothern/Sothern Ireland.
Deliveries to Jersey & Guernsey must be delivered on Pallet Networks as opposed to parcels.
Deliveries to Scottish highlands and offshore islands can be sent by parcels or pallets, dependent on quantity ordered.
Which insulation is best to use in a conservatory?
The best multifoil to use when insulating a conservatory roof would be our EcoQuilt Expert this is due to the material being thinner when compacted, lighter and easier to install overhead.
Although SuperQuilt can also be used under a conservatory roof too, it just doesn’t compress as much as Ecoquilt, lowering the ceiling height.
Do I need to leave an air gap either side of multifoils when installing?
Yes, to get the maximum thermal performance from our multifoils, it is essential to leave an airspace either side of the product.
This allows them to reflect and perform to their highest potential. If space either side isn’t possible, then at least one airspace is vital.
How do I work out how many rolls of ThermaSeal Foil Joining Tape l will need?
What does the term R-Value mean?
An R-Value is a measure of resistance to the flow of heat through a given thickness of a material, such as insulation. Higher numbers indicate better insulating properties.
Here are some helpful video guides demonstrating how to use SuperQuilt and other products. If you are not able to find what you are looking for then please look in our complete list of how-to videos.
How to Fit SuperQuilt Under Rafter
This video demonstrates how to insulate under your rafters with SuperQuilt Insulation. It shows a double layer install, but you can just install one layer tort under the roof rafters if preferred.
How To Insulate Your Conservatory
How to Insulate Walls with SuperQuilt
How to Insulate Walls with SuperQuilt - Achieve Building Regulations with 1 Layer!
How To Insulate Solid Walls in Less Space, Cost and Installation time vs Kingspan (PIR Insulation)
SuperQuilt is also LABC, BBA & BDA Certified for these other applications;
Suspended Timber Floors