Internal solid wall insulation
Adding a thermal layer to the inside walls improving energy efficiency and internal decor
Nearly half of all the heat lost from solid-walled houses escapes through the walls. Insulating these walls will slow down the rate of heat loss and keep the warmth inside the home for longer.
Solid wall insulation may be suitable for a variety of property types such as brick, stone, steel-framed and concrete construction. Internal solid wall insulation works by adding a thermal layer of material to the existing wall. Solid walls can be insulated internally (from the inside) and externally (from the outside).
Both are significant undertakings in terms of cost and disruption but both options can make your home warmer and greatly reduce your heating bills at the same time. Internally insulating your walls will reduce the size of your rooms. However you may find that by making a cold wall warmer they actually increase the amount of usable space.
Unlike our competitors we aim to excel in the finishing touches that make a house a home. In addition the renovation of an internal space we can offer opportunities for new skirting, windowsills additional decretive covering. data and power points This extra effort makes the whole process worth the investment.
Average cost and savings
Internally insulating your home will probably cost between £5,500 and £8,500, depending on how many rooms are being renovated and the type of material being used. Generally this is less expensive than external solid wall insulation because of the lower cost of materials and labour. A typical 3-bedroom semi-detached house using gas heating could save around £260 per year on heating bills by installing internal wall insulation whereas a detached house heating with oil could save around £450 per year.
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