As everybody knows, the exterior of your home can get a little tired over time. Harsh weather conditions, cold Winters and rain can play havoc with the exterior of your property.
You may find you spend more money than you expected maintaining the outside of your home to ensure it looks beautiful. If you live in an older property, as well as keeping the outside of your home looking great, you’re probably also concerned about insulating your home in time for Winter.
Older properties can often have condensation issues, particularly those built before the 1920s, where solid stone wall construction was the rule, rather than the exception.
So what’s the solution when it comes to ensuring the outside of your home stays looking beautiful for longer, whilst also keeping your property warm, dry and cosy? It’s time to find out…
Home Logic Wall Insulation To The Rescue!
Not only do you want your home to look appealing (otherwise, what would the neighbours think?) you also want it to be watertight and well insulated against the elements.
Home Logic Wall Insulation is a great option for anybody looking to waterproof their home and you won’t need to paint your house for years to come.
Our product leaves your masonry dry and protects it from the elements. It repels dirt and debris to leave the façade of your home looking attractive whilst simultaneously reducing the growth of microbial spores.
This protective masonry cream is applied to your brickwork, and acts like a waterproof jacket for your home, preventing frost damage, improving thermal resistance and ensuring that the outside of your house looks good at all times.
It’s available in a wide range of colours and textures to ensure that it complements the other aspects of your home, like the roof and windows, blending seamlessly with its surroundings.
How Does Home Logic Wall Insulation Work?
Waterproofing the exterior of your home is a wise move, and our masonry cream sinks into the brickwork, reducing water absorption by up to 95%, compared to untreated walls.
Because heat travels faster across wet surfaces, ensuring that your exterior masonry stays dry also helps to trap heat inside your home, and can eliminate pesky condensation problems that could cause long-term damage to your property.