Home Insulation Experts

There are several different types of Home Insulation, each with unique properties designed to create a warmer energy efficient home. When choosing home insulation, always remember to contact an accredited company to ensure you will receive a quality service.

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Heat Loss of a Standard Home

 

External Wall Insulation

House2Home provides a full range of  External Wall Insulation to homes in Ireland. This is a highly effective method of Home Insulation. Our technicians will carry out all the preparations necessary and apply the following:

  • Adhesive Bonding Mortar
  • Expanded Polystyrene Insulation
  • Approved Mechanical Fixings
  • Reinforcing Mortar Layer with Glass Fibre Mesh
  • Primer
  • Decorative Top Coat Render

This is a proven method that has benefits exceeding it’s insulating properties such as: ‘New Look’ to the home and it expels moisture to eliminate dampness. House2Home uses the Ceresit – Ceretherm System that is provided by Kilsaran. Kilsaran are the trusted brand when it comes to building materials. This is a trusted Home Insulation method that is certified and approved by NSAI

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Home Insulation being installed

 

Insulations – Internal Dry Lining

Internal insulation (or Dry Lining) is where you attach insulation to the inside of a wall.  So where the existing plaster work is currently you fix about 100 mm of insulation material on to the wall and finish it with plaster board, then you can redecorate.  This solution is cheaper than external insulation and if you are redecorating it can be included in the project with a minimum amount of hassle.House2Home uses Kingspan Kooltherm K17, which complies with the TGD part L Building Regulations

mm         u-value
62.5         0.30
72.5         0.26
82.5         0.23
87.5         0.22
92.5         0.21

Insulations – Cavity Wall

Is an expanded polystyrene material which is injected in bead form with a binding agent into cavity walls. It is used to reduce the thermal transmittance (heat loss) of completed, new or existing cavity walls with masonry inner and outer leaves. It also facilitates the control of surface interstitial (forming in one or more gaps or cracks) condensation in walls.

Cavity walls became popular inIrelandin the 80s.  Quite simply they are two walls built side by side with a gap of about 60mm between them.  The cavity between the two walls in older houses can be filled with insulation and new homes nowadays are built with excellent approved insulation material in the cavity.  If you have a cavity wall, it is fast and easy to pump in insulation. If you don’t have a cavity then this system will not work.

Insulation – Attic

Spray foam insulation is a Premium performance rigid thermoset insulation. This method has a thermal conductivity rate as low as 0.020 W/m.K. Some key benefits of the spray foam insulation include its ability to reach into small areas and fill most voids. This Home Insulation method is especially useful if there is a room in the attic, as you can insulate at rafter height.

Also a flexible fiber glass or Rock Wool insulation sizing from 100mm thick to 300mm thick depending on the specification of the job can be used. This is one of the most cost effective ways to apply Home Insulation.

Attic(Loft) Insulation 100mm Top Up
Attic(Loft) Insulation 150mm Top Up
Attic(Loft) Insulation 200mm Top Up
Attic(Loft) Insulation 250mm Top Up
Attic(Loft) Insulation 300mm Top Up
Draught-Proof attic hatch/vertical hatch(Dormer)
Pipe lagging (per lin/Mt)

This form of insulation gives immediate savings to home owners, and creates a more comfortable environment.