The majority of properties suffer from different types of damp, starting from rising damp, penetrating damp, to condensation.
Most older homes with suspended floors in the UK have large amounts of draughts coming into their homes through the floor void and inadequate floor insulation, which can cause cold feet as well as higher energy bills.
A masonry thermal barrier is the masonry thermal barrier that chemically bonds to the surface of a property, penetrating up to 18mm to create an invisible insulation barrier, which helps to retain heat and prevent any water penetration, leaving your home with the same aesthetic look and preserving your brickwork for longevity.
Internal wall insulation is done from within the property, and there are several ways to achieve this.
A solid wall consists of just one wall construct, usually using two bricks that interlock at around a thickness of 9 inches thick, allowing heat and moisture to travel through the brickwork.
Boarding your loft space is one of the most efficient ways to create more storage space within your property.
Heating measures are the main source of heat loss from within a property and account for around 60% of the heat loss from your home. A non-efficient boiler will be really expensive to run as it will take much longer to heat your home, resulting in high energy bills.
Around 25% of all heat loss from homes is directly through the loft as, technically speaking, heat rises. By insulating your loft space, you will effectively reduce your heat loss and your energy bills.