Recycled textile insulation

is an environmentally friendly insulation material produced mainly from recycled textile. It consists of 90% recycled clothing and the clothing collection and sorting is done by people with a disadvantage in the labor market. It has approximately the same insulation value as our environmentally friendly sheep wool insulation.

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Sheep wool insulation 

is the "deluxe" version among the environmentally friendly insulation materials. A big advantage is that it can absorb large amounts of moisture and transport it out of the house. It also has the property of cleaning the air. If you are sensitive to chemicals and mold, this is the insulation you should choose. It has received non-toxic protection against moths, insects and rodents.

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PIR insulation 

consists of rigid boards with a polyisocyanurate foam core. The boards are protected on both sides with a gas tight lining layer composed of aluminium (AL), paper and polyethylene. 


This option is one of the few non-environmentally friendly materials we offer. The reason why we have added PIR as an option is that it has an even higher insulation value than our recycled textile or sheep wool insulation. One could argue that using PIR insulation is a more environmentally friendly option since you can save on using resources such as electricity and fire wood. This is a complex discussion so we let you decide what you prefer.

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Compare all three options


  • Choose sheep wool if you are looking for excellent insulation values, paired with air purifying and moisture regulating properties.

  • Choose recycled textile if you are looking for a product with excellent insulation values, which scores on all three pillars of sustainability making it wholly circular. 

  • Choose PIR if you are looking for a material with top of the line insulation values, which means your heating bills will go down even further.