A typical solid wall house looses 45% of its heat through its walls. By insulating your home internally, the building will improve its thermal performance without affecting the external appearance.
Typical heat loss for a solid wall house
Control Layer and Plasterboard
Foamseal Internal Wall Insulation System
Foamseal can be spray applied directly to solid walls to provide insulation and weather protection.
Usually, studwork is fixed slightly apart from the internal surface and the foam is applied between and behind the studwork. Conventional plasterboard and skim can fitted for the final finish.
Internal wall insulation has the following advantages:
- Increased saving on heating bills
- Reduce CO2 emissions – A properly insulated solid wall home could save 2 tonnes of CO2 per year
- Improved EPC value for your home
- Higher property value