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Keep Your Home Nice And Snug

Friday, September 28, 2018 10:12:59 AM Europe/London

Keep Your Home Nice And Snug

Want to learn how you could save as much as 67% on heating costs for your home? With electricity costs rising all the time, doesn’t everyone? It is actually a lot simpler to save energy than you might think.

You should already be using LED light bulbs over the old-fashioned incandescent bulbs, and you should be unplugging appliances when they are not in use. These are both great ways to prevent wasting energy but they won’t really make a sizeable dent when it comes to your energy bill.

That’s not to say they are not worth using. Any energy-saving tips will end up saving you money over the long term and will be good for the environment in the meantime. But, if you really want to see a huge difference, you need to make sure that......

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Posted in Construction and Maintenance Insulation Materials By Johnpaul Manning

PIR Crisis. Are you a builder? Has your job come a standstill?

Monday, September 4, 2017 2:34:03 PM Europe/London

Currently the UK market is showing a worrying trend in the building & construction industry. There has been a rise in the demand for PIR insulation materials on a consistent basis and due to this increased demand, there has been an alarming shortage of this material. This shortage in the market has been caused due to inadequate supply of Methylene Di-phenyl Di-isocyanate (MDI) chemical which is one of the prime constituents of PIR. This high demand for PIR in the UK market has caused the price of PIR boards to rise. The price of PIR boards has already risen by.........Read More
           

Install Sheep Wool Insulation for a Healthy Body and Environment

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 10:57:11 AM Europe/London

Install Sheep Wool Insulation for a Healthy Body and Environment

It has been aptly marked by someone that we get the output as per the input supplied. The same is applicable in terms of insulating our homes. As we strive to drive awareness followed by respecting sustainability cum good health, these techniques provide an in road to sustainable products that can contribute to good overall health within a building.

Why Go Sheepwool for Insulation?

Sheepwool Insulation or as it is known also by Natural Insulation contributes a lot in the reduction of heat loss thus saving money on heating bills. Apart from that, you will be astonished by the comfortable climate that Sheep Wool insulation will serve as a buffer between the exterior and interior environments by controlling heat loss, air humidity and nasty chemicals floating through the air that you cannot see. Yes Sheepwool Insulation absorbs all the nasty chemicals in the air and purifies it.

Present day, people are starting understand the benefits of sheep wool insulation for their homes. Simply because of the above reasons but still there are so many out there that do not realise why .............

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Where can I Use Kingspan insulation and what products go where?

Thursday, September 1, 2016 11:46:53 AM Europe/London

With the fast changes in the weather conditions these years, it has become very vital to treat our homes and buildings with high quality insulation material. With this responsibility on us, it becomes very difficult to decide what brand to choose among all the brands available in the market. Here we bring you a solution to this problem. Out of all the insulation material available in the market, Kingspan insulation is among those brands which has been tested and is said to have a great result in home insulation. Next problem that we face is out of all these subcategories of Kingspan, which material is to be used where? So to serve you with a solution to this problem, we have listed the materials which will best suit various locations in your house. We first tell you about some special types of Kingspan products available:Read More
           
Posted in Construction and Maintenance Insulation Materials By Johnpaul Manning

How to keep your house warm this winter

Friday, August 12, 2016 9:51:53 AM Europe/London

How to keep your house warm this winter

How to heat your home

The season is about to change soon and there is an immediate requirement for you to start preparing for insulation of the building to prevent heat loss and to keep your home warm and cosy. You might have thought about simple techniques such as two way fans or many other remedies but there is one permanent solution to the problem of heat loss in the winters. By using home insulation materials while building or renovating the house you can overcome this problem. There is an adverse effect of global warming which has brought about a huge change in weather. The winter have become much colder than they used to be years ago and the summers have started to become more hot as the years are passing by. You will not have to bother about heat loss in winters for the rest of your life. Here are few points you would like to know about insulation which will help you to keep your house cosy and warm in the winter season. All you have to do choose what is the best for you and go ahead with the idea of installing the insulation material and making your home completely insulated and ideal for all seasons. 


Floor insulation


Insulating you floor is another important aspect. A special range of products, Celotex floor insulation, is available which gives high quality floor insulation. Celotex is very popular among the population of UK. The cost is not very high and you get the best results which is all you need! Other brands like Kingspan, Rockwool, Recticel and Knauf are also available when it comes to high quality products. They have a trusted customer circle most of which are happy with the product and are advising others to use the same. If you have a complaint against any material, it is immediately fixed so as to keep the customer satisfied to the maximum.

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Posted in Construction and Maintenance Insulation Materials By Johnpaul Manning

Kingspan Kooltherm. Is it a good product for you?

Thursday, July 7, 2016 11:43:18 AM Europe/London

Kingspan Kooltherm

Kingspan Kooltherm
Is it a good product for you?

Kingspan Kooltherm has unmatchable performance, high tolerance and very durable phenolic insulants designed especially for commercial insulation and as well as residential insulation. Kooltherm sheets provide the lowest possible thermal transmittance out of all the PIR products available in the market. It is extremely resistant to water vapour as it absorbs moisture as low as 2%. Also, it is strong and has a compressive strength of about 175kpa. It has many versions like k3, k7, k8, k10, k12, k15, k17, k18, k106 and k108. All of these are manufactured only with those blowing agents which have zero ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential) and minimum GWP (Global Warming Potential), making them eco-friendly. Their non-fibre core makes them extremely safe and easy to install. It is available in thickness of your preference. There is a different kind of board available for all parts of your building as each area requires a different specification. This results in an enhanced performance. Kooltherm boards are among the best insulation boards available in the entire market. Once installed, they insulate your building for a lifetime. Here are some specifications of the different types of boards available.

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Posted in Construction and Maintenance Insulation Materials By Johnpaul Manning

Kingspan Styrozone should you use it in your new building?

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 10:46:27 AM Europe/London

image of kingspan insulation board

Should you use it in your new building?

High performance, tough, dependable and exclusively designed for your walls, floors and roofs, Kingspan Styrozone is a market-tested and user-trusted range of polystyrene insulation. This XPS (Rigid Polystyrene insulation) is very rare to find due to its special nature. It can be used anywhere as it is flexible in thickness ranging from 30mm to 140 mm. Kingspan insulation has evolved with the making of this brilliant material. It is tough when it comes to insulation and very mild when it comes to nature as the blowing agent used to manufacture it has ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential) at absolute 0. Its non-fibrous material makes it very safe and extremely easy to install. It is isotropic in nature. Its material is sturdy and withstands dilute acids and also alkalis. The goal for having a passive house can only be achieved if we make efforts and fit the required infrastructure beforehand. Insulation refers to the techniques of protecting something by introducing a special material to stop the loss of heat or sound, and it is a must if you are planning to build a perfect house. Here are some places in your building which desperately require Styrozone Insulation:

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Posted in Construction and Maintenance Insulation Materials By Johnpaul Manning

What to look for when buying an old house.

Monday, May 16, 2016 4:32:34 PM Europe/London

 

Always examine the state of the external window frames which are great indicators of the state of the house. Check for rotten window frames and any condensation between double-glazed windows which indicate faults and poor insulation. The roof of the house should also be examined as many old homes have roofs which have leaks or cracks and are not properly sealed. Always examine for damp staining, discolorations or any indications of leaks. Next, always check the plumbing g of the house. Check the water pressure in the taps and see if the pipes are insulators. Many old homes also have old radiators, boilers and water tanks which may need to be replaced very soon.

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How warm houses change lives

Friday, April 22, 2016 9:45:01 AM Europe/London

Insulated House


How warm houses change lives

Home insulation is one of the best measures one can take in order to increase energy efficiency and on the other hand, it aids in reducing your monthly utility bills. It is also to bound to make your house warmer, much more comfortable and at the same time reduce its impact on the environment as the process of home insulation is carried out.

Home insulation though mostly associated with providing protection in cold weather works as a barrier for both the seasons-the very hot times and the cold stretches. In the summer time, knauf insulation acts as a barrier and thus does not allow for hot air to enter and the cold air to escape; similarly, in the winter time it traps the hot air in the environment of the house, allowing for the house to say cozy.

Moreover, cheap insulation is low cost to the extent that typically it will pay for its cost in less than a period of five years due to the savings made in the area of energy. Knauf insulation can also be beneficial as far as renting the house or the decision to sell is concerned; the rating that your home receives on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) will be improved automatically driving up the rent amount or the price of the house.

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How to insulate an old cottage

Monday, April 11, 2016 11:18:09 AM Europe/London

Old Cottage for InsulationMany people still prefer to live in their ancestral homes rather than modern and new buildings or houses; though the architecture may be desirable, old cottages can pose the problem of regulating temperature so insulation is typically the answer to combat the issue. Talking of insulation for a cottage, it would require a through and through approach covering wall insulation, floor insulation, attic insulation as well as cavity wall insulation if there is a need.

To make an old dwelling place comfortable enough to live in during the time of extreme temperatures, a suitable choice needs to be made in terms of the insulation materials used. Certain factors need to be considered before working on wall insulation or floor insulation of an old building. The environment and general weather of the region plays a big role as this will point one in the right direction in terms of moisture content and other concerns. The performance of the insulation material plays a big role here since it is inclusive of the R-value, vapor penetrability, and air permeability. Another factor to be taken into account would be the material characteristics such as recyclability, production, extraction, hazardous components and so on. Many individuals and companies now prefer bio-based insulation which is completely natural and made from plants, animals, and other renewable resources.

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Posted in Construction and Maintenance Insulation Materials By Johnpaul Manning
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