Internal Wall Insulation England and Scotland
Subject to Benefits we can install this measure into your property FREE.
Your property must run on Electric Only to Qualify
There are two key ways of achieving internal wall insulation; these are with rigid insulation or using a stud wall. Before deciding on the implementation of this it is highly important to consider penetration problems within the walls as well as the possibility of damp issues along the way.
Insulating walls internally will inevitably warm the inner wall surface therefore reducing the likelihood of condensation issues, as it is less likely to condense on the wall itself. Sounds great but it is important to note that when implementing internal insulation plans it is vital for any damp concerns that a professional installation process take place.
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Approximately 40% of heat is lost through the external walls of your property. Solid-walled homes are especially vulnerable to this due to their design and construction methods. Properties with solid wall construction include those built using brick, stone, steel frame or concrete construction methods. If your home was built before 1920, it likely has solid walls.
There are two methods of insulating solid external walls, either with internal wall insulation or external wall insulation. Both methods lower the rate at which heat is lost, keep your home warmer for longer, and reduce the cost of heating your home. However, interior wall insulation is best if you need to maintain the external appearance of your home because it is in a conservation area.
Internal wall insulation insulates your solid-walled home from within. This method adds a layer of insulated plasterboard to your existing wall
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