Insulation of walls, partitions and facades
After the roof insulation, the insulation of the walls and façade plays an important role. The external walls usually form the largest part of the building envelope, which must be protected against excessive heat transfer. Additional insulation is particularly sensible during renovation.
Quality thermal insulation not only reduces heating costs in the cold months, but also improves protection against overheating in the summer.
Benefits of wall insulation
Effective thermal insulation by insulating the largest part of the house
Improving noise protection
Minimal space loss even with internal insulation
Does not require mechanical anchoring
Elimination of thermal bridges
Solid layer without gaps
Subsequent internal insulation
When a building is renovated, it is often insulated from the inside, especially if the building cannot be insulated from the outside or if external insulation would be too difficult. Internal insulation makes sense especially in buildings where foam cannot be applied to the outside of the walls. For internal insulation, hard foam is most commonly used and is applied in very small thicknesses. This ensures almost zero space loss in your home.
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