Internal Wall Insulation
Improving the insulation of any solid wall property.
What Is Internal Wall Insulation?
Houses built generally before 1927 lack the necessary insulation to reduce heat loss. This is due to the walls being a solid wall, not a cavity.
Internal wall insulation reduces the heat loss by adding a layer of insulation to the inside of the wall. This, in turn, allows for older homes to be more efficient not only on the EPC but in the long term in terms of energy usage and energy costs.
Internal wall insulation effectively pays for itself over its lifetime especially if the insulation is covered by the ECO fund.
When we come to insulating, our internal wall insulation involves applying the insulation to the interior face of the external walls to improve the thermal performance of the property.
Our internal wall insulation involves studding the internal of all external heat loss walls to regulation standards of 100mm. From this, over-board would be applied plaster to finish. Not only this, core vents would be fitted where applicable to ensure your room is ventilated.