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Attic Insulation Dublin

Insulation Contractors Dublin

Insulation Contractors in Dublin

Our Work Including: External Wall Insulation, Internal Wall Insulation, Cavity Wall Insulation, and Attic Insulation

External Wall Insulation Is the most beneficial insulate it’s solid or hollow block walls with minimal disruption to the house occupants.

External insulation is by far the best method of insulating your home as it delivers the best results when compared with other forms of wall insulation. External insulation offers many benefits for your home as it can reduce thermal bridging, saving up to 30% of your home heat which is currently escaping through your external walls. Keeping your home warmer, more comfortable while also enhancing the exterior of your home.

External insulation is a consistent layer of insulation which is fixed to existing exterior walls using a combination of mechanical fixings and adhesive and finished with a protective weather proof render. External wall insulation can be installed with minimal disruption to the house occupants.

 

Internal Wall Insulation known as dry-lining is a cost effective method of insulating solid or hollow block walls to improve heat retention in your home.

Internal wall insulation is a cost effective method of insulating solid or hollow block walls, saving you up to 30% of your home heat which is currently escaping through your walls. Internal insulation, also known as dry-lining or warm boarding is a layer of insulation is specially fixed to the internal walls of your home, and reflects the heat escaping through the walls, back into the living space therefore reducing heat loss and increasing the comfort in your home.

Installing internal insulation requires all walls to be clear of fixings, so therefore is a more disruptive method for some homeowners. It is the recommended insulation for those with solid or hollow block walls in particular if the home is undergoing renovations. Our expert surveyors will be able to advise you on the best method for your home.

How the Installation Process Works:

  • All prep works are carried out including removal of radiators, skirting boards, coving, all electrical sockets etc.
  • Insulated warm board is applied to the wall
  • Steel pegs/fixings are used to fix the board into place
  • Ventilation is installed
  • The wall is then skimmed with hardwall
  • All fixtures are reinstated
  • All audits and inspections are carried out to ensure the highest standards are exceeded.

 

Cavity Wall Insulation Most cost effective way to insulate your home for those with cavity walls with little to no disruption to the house occupants.

Cavity wall insulation is an effective and efficient method of insulating your home, reducing heat loss through your walls by up to 30%. Cavity insulation is a layer of insulation which is pumped into the cavity of your walls and acts as a barrier, preventing the heat from escaping which leads to a more comfortable home and also lower heating bills.

 

Installing cavity insulation usually takes up to half a day and the occupants can remain in the house as works are being carried out.

What the Installation Process involves:

  • A series of small holes are bored into the external walls of your home.
  • Cavity barriers are installed to prevent the fill entering cavities of adjacent properties.
  • Air vents are sleeved.
  • Our insulation comes along with an adhesive is then pumped into the cavity using specialist equipment.
  • Injection holes are filled with a colour matched mortar or render
  • All audits and inspections are carried out to ensure the highest standards are exceeded.

Attic Insulation Cost effective and efficient method of improving the heat retention of your home with little to no disruption to the house occupants

Attic Insulation is a simple yet effective method of insulating your home. With up to 30% of your house heat escaping through the roof of your home, attic insulation acts as a barrier, preventing the heat from escaping and therefore keeping your home warmer and more comfortable.

The optimum depth of attic insulation is 300mm. It is strongly advised that you top-up your attic insulation to reach this optimum level to ensure your home retains as much heat as possible. Installing attic insulation usually takes up to half a day and the occupants can remain in the house as works are being carried out.

How our Installation Process goes:

  • All storage is removed from the attic space.
  • All spotlights are covered
  • Insulated walkboard is then laid as required
  • Water tank, over flow, expansion tank and pipework are insulated
  • Ventillation is then installed as required
  • Quilt insulation is rolled out between the joists and on top of the joists
  • Attic access is insulated
  • All waste is removed and belongings are reinstated in your attic space
  • A full quality audit is carried out to ensure the highest standards are exceeded