We've recently leased an office in a tropical climate and I am trying to figure out the best way to increase the insulation in the building.
So far I've researched:
- spray insulation (options are both inside and outside)
- adding additional insulation between the steel beams
But still not sure of the best method. There is a steel roof above the thin layer of insulation that is present.
It's in the Philippines where it's an almost constant 22-32 degrees celcius, and we do plan on adding air conditioning, so the insulation is really to try and get the general temperature down to cut down energy costs.