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Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation is a commonly used system in both domestic & commercial applications. It helps maintain a comfortable ambient room temperature, reducing energy consumption and lowering bills. Injecting your walls with cavity insulation is also the most straight forward and most cost effective way to insulate your property. Using an approved drill pattern, our expert installers drill holes in your external walls allowing the injecting of the bonded beads. When the cavity is completely filled all drill holes are backfilled with coloured cement to match your existing render as close as possible. A typical cavity insulation upgrade would take under 1 day in most cases. Cavity pumping your walls is by far the easiest and least expensive way to insulate the walls in your property. Bonded Beads are a very effective way to save heat loss and improve overall airtightness. By filling the air gap with bonded beads you will instantly notice a tangible improvement and reduction in annoying draughts. Once the works are complete, the insulation gets to work by immediately maintaining a more constant ambient room temperature inside your home reducing the need for excessive heating. The installation takes only 1 day for most homes and our friendly team of experts help you obtain your SEAI grant headache free. It would need to be determined if your home is suitable to have cavity insulation as not every home has a twin leaf construction.

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What types of wall types are suitable for insulation?

Twin Leaf Wall Example

Twin Leaf

Insulation Methods: Cavity Internal & External

Twin leaf walls consist of two layers of masonry block/brick laid parallel to each other with an open air gap between them. It is most likely the case if you have a red brick finish that there is an open cavity and your property could be suitable for cavity bonded beads.
Hollow Block Wall Example

Hollow Block

Insulation Methods: Internal & External

A Hollow Block wall is usually a 9" block with 2 hollow cores. Made from a lighter concrete, they were commonly used by builders to speed up construction and for cost reasons. If your walls are Hollow Block you will not be able to pump with bonded beads. Your home would need to be assessed to ascertain if Internal or External insulation would be the recommended solution for you.
Mass Concrete Wall Example

Solid Walls

Insulation Methods: Internal & External

A solid wall would typically be block laid flat or poured concrete. As there is no cavity at all and the walls are solid, External Insulation is often recommended for these properties. The Thermal Mass of the wall would need to be assessed to ascertain if Internal or External insulation would be the recommended solution for you.