External Wall Insulation

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External wall insulation involves fixing a layer of insulation material to the wall, then covering it with a reinforcement and a modern thin-coat render. There are often various textured render available for the external layer, improving the look of your home.

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You could be losing up to 35% of the heat in your home through poorly insulated walls.

If your home was built before 1920, it will most likely have solid external walls with no cavity. The lack of a cavity means more heat can escape from your house through the walls.​

External wall insulation is applied to the external face of the wall and can often be the single biggest home improvement you can make to reduce heat loss.  The insulation makes it much more difficult for the heat to pass through your walls, keeping as much of it as possible inside your home for as long as possible.​

It is suitable for the majority of properties, including those of non-traditional construction, but not for listed buildings or those located in a conservation area.  If that is the case for your home, you may be able to consider internal wall insulation as an alternative.  Generally, planning permission will not be required if the finish will be similar to the existing property exterior, although your local planning department will be able to confirm this.​

Save up to 25% on your fuel bill by reducing heat loss with our external wall insulation.

Improved indoor thermal comfort

Lower carbon footprint emitted from your property

Reduced Energy Bills

Thermal comfort means that a property is kept at a comfortable temperature throughout all weather conditions. One of the benefits of external wall insulation is that no matter the weather the inside of your property is always kept at the perfect temperature, as it helps your property to retain heat in the winter months and ensures your home stays cooler in the summer. 

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