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Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity wall insulation, on the other hand, focuses on the gap or "cavity" between the inner and outer layers of a building's walls. Insulating materials are injected or placed within this space to reduce heat transfer and improve energy efficiency.

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Internal Insulation (Dry Lining)

Dry lining is an interior insulation method where a layer of plasterboard is affixed directly to the existing walls, creating a thermal barrier. This technique is especially useful for renovating or upgrading existing structures, providing insulation without significantly altering the external appearance of the building. Each of these methods plays a crucial role in enhancing a building's energy efficiency and overall comfort.

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Exterior Wall Insulation (The Wrap)

External insulation involves adding an insulating layer to the exterior of a building, typically in the form of panels or cladding, to enhance thermal performance and energy efficiency. This method helps regulate indoor temperatures by preventing heat loss or gain through the building envelope.


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