Internal wall insulation is an effective energy improvement measure when it comes to cutting costs. It is simpler to install than external wall insulation and has the same benefit of helping householders to keep their homes cool in summer and warm in winter.
With less energy escaping through your walls, you get to spend less on your energy while helping to reduce the harmful effects of carbon emissions on the environment. According to the Energy Saving Trust, internal wall insulation can save you up to £445 in energy bills each year.
Internal wall insulation is installed inside your home on the outside facing walls of the property – as opposed to adjoining walls to your neighbours. The process involves fixing installation material to the walls followed by a layer of plasterboard. Once done, it can be decorated to match the rest of the room.
This type of insulation can be applied to any property. It is a perfect solution for older or listed buildings where external insulation is not possible due to limitations you may be allowed to make to a building.
At Eco Target, our team of assessors and engineers work in alignment with current Government standards for internal wall insulation, which is guided by PAS2030. This means any energy-saving adaptations we make will consider the whole of the property. For example, if during our detailed assessment we uncover any issues with dampness we would address this first before we install your wall insulation to avoid worse and more costly problems for you later. This is one of the major differences between current approaches to energy improvement works and those done in the past, which tended to follow looser guidelines when it came to minimum standards.
PAS2030 was introduced to ensure that the UK property stock is fit for purpose when it comes to energy efficiency, saving on bills and helping the UK to achieve its goal of zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Internal wall insulation is a method of insulating the walls of a building by applying insulation materials internally. This can include materials such as rigid insulation boards, which are applied to the existing walls, or by building a studded wall and then inserting insulation directly.
Internal wall insulation works by reducing the amount of heat that escapes through the walls of a building. This helps to keep the home cool in summer and warm in winter, and can result in significant energy savings.
The benefits of internal wall insulation include reducing heat loss, increasing energy efficiency, and creating a more comfortable living environment. Additionally, internal wall insulation can save up to £445 in energy bills each year, according to the Energy Saving Trust.
Yes, internal wall insulation can be applied to any property, including older or listed buildings where external insulation may not be possible.
Internal wall insulation is installed by fixing insulation material to the walls, followed by a layer of plasterboard. Once completed, the walls can be decorated to match the rest of the room.
Yes, Eco Target follows current government standards for internal wall insulation, which are guided by PAS2030. This means that any energy-saving adaptations we make will consider the whole of the property, including any issues with dampness that might arise.
To get internal wall insulation installed by Eco Target, please contact us to schedule an assessment and learn more about how we can help improve the energy efficiency of your home.
We’re delighted you’ve got in touch, and you’re now one step closer to making your home more energy efficient.As you can appreciate, this government backed scheme is extremely popular, especially as the weather gets colder along with rising energy prices.
Please rest assured, we will get back to you just as soon as we possibly can and get you booked in for a free survey.So that you can enjoy your energy efficiency saving measures as quickly as possible.
All this can happen within 3-4 weeks of filling in our enquiry form.