External Wall Insulation
External insulation grants involves fixing insulating materials such as mineral wool or expanded polystyrene slabs to the outer surface of the wall. The wall insulation is then covered with a special render to provide weather resistance. A steel or fibreglass mesh is embedded to provide strength and impact resistance. External wall insulation while increasing the thermal performance of the building also helps with problems of moisture ingress in the existing surface. It has the added advantage that it can improve the appearance of the house and gives it a clean new external wall looking finish.
EnergyCraft bring you external Insulation Ireland from SempreTherm External Insulation grants System. This involves fixing platinum grey graphite insulation boards to the outer surface of the house walls with adhesive and mushroom fixings. The insulation is then covered with a special basecoat to provide weather resistance. Fibreglass mesh is embedded into this basecoat to provide strength and impact resistance completed with primer and a pre-coloured decorative acrylic, polysilicate or special brick-slip effect render. External Wall Insulation System cuts down on energy costs, improves the living comfort by providing a pleasant micro-climate and contributes to the protection of our environment. SempreTherm have a decorative function and ensure the attractive appearance of the facade through a wide choice of renders, paints, windowsills and windows mouldings.External insulation Ireland Planning considerations
In some cases external wall insulation in Ireland may require planning permission e.g. protected structures, architectural conservation areas or where the works result in an alteration in the front profile of the property. Planning permission is not required for internal or cavity insulation. Please check with your registered contractor or local planning authority.
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