Internal wall insulation means insulating the inside of the outer walls of your property. This is a good way to insulate your home instead of insulating the outside walls. We think it is an even better option for homes with nice features and character.
Internal wall insulation is a way to keep the warmth inside your home for longer. By insulating the inside surface of external walls, heat loss can be reduced. It’s a good option for properties with appealing character and is better than external insulation. In fact, almost half the heat lost in a solid-walled property is because of heat escaping through the walls. Adding an extra layer of insulation can significantly improve the appearance of your home. Our internal wall insulation involves putting insulation on the interior walls. We do this by attaching insulated PIR boards onto your existing walls. It’s a bit more expensive than insulating a standard cavity wall, but you’ll save more money on your heating bills in the long run.
If you want to make your home warmer and save energy, you can insulate your walls with a method called dry lining. There are three ways to do this. You can attach pre-made insulation boards directly onto the wall. These come with up to 50mm of insulation material or mineral wool already attached. Alternatively, you can create a frame of wooden battens on the wall and fill the space between them with insulation material. Or, you can attach a metal frame to the wall and then fix insulation boards to it. Insulating your walls can help you save on your energy bills and make your home more comfortable.
Putting insulation on the inside of your home is easy and doesn’t need scaffolding. It won’t change how the outside of your home looks, so it’s good for nice-looking or older homes. It’s also good for apartment buildings where you can’t put insulation on the outside. If you live in a place where there are rules about what you can change on the outside of your home, you can use internal insulation. Putting it inside is cheaper and easier to keep up than putting it on the outside. You don’t need scaffolding and it won’t cause any changes to the outside of your building. If the weather is bad, it won’t hold up the installation process. You can put it on one room, one wall, or all over your house, either all at once or bit by bit.