Is it possible to add wall insulation without doing a renovation or removing any walls?
Yes. Insulation can be pumped into the walls. Small holes are drilled by specialist contractors and the insulation material is pumped into the walls.
Can insulation be added to existing walls?
Yes, you can insulate with blow-In Insulation for existing walls. Installing blow-in insulation means that your insulator will: • Drill coin-sized holes into the mortar between the brick • Pump a loose-fill insulation, such as rockwool, into the wall ...
My house is double brick, do I need to put in wall insulation? Is it possible to do?
Double-brick homes have lots of gaps where air can escape, such as decorative vents. The most effective option for insulating double-brick walls is to use a pump-in loose-fill wall insulation. This product is installed by drilling holes in the wall ...
Does wall insulation affect electrical work?
Yes, it can. There are different levels of power allowed through your electrical cables depending on the type of insulation that surrounds them. The reason for this is a cable that is surrounded by insulation can’t dissipate as much heat as a cable ...
Ceiling, wall, underfloor insulation. What is the most important to address and what follows?
In order of importance: 1. Ceiling Insulation - Since 25-35% of your home’s heat escapes through an uninsulated ceiling 2. Wall Insulation - 15-25% of your costly conditioned air seeps out of your home via uninsulated (or poorly insulated) walls. 3. ...
I have an old house with old roof beams etc, is it still possible to install insulation?
80-90% of homes built before 2000 have no wall insulation, which means that 15-25% of your conditioned air is escaping via your walls. To insulate walls in an old house you can use blow in insulation. Most ceilings can be insulated with layers so ...