When you think of property insulation, you probably consider the scratchy fibreglass panels in your loft, built-in concrete blocks in your wall cavities, or cellulose stuffed in crawl spaces under your floor.
Yet there are numerous wall insulation types for homes, and they’re not all focused on sitting within the interior of them – why not insulate from the outside in, rather than the other way around? The following guide aims to provide you with all you need to know to get started…
Protection From The Elements
Home Logic Exterior Wall Insulation is a specialist spray that forms an insulation layer over bricks and porous masonry materials, protecting properties on the front line from cold and wet weather outside.
A transparent chemical mix that’s not visible and has no odour, it actively bonds with the surface of the material and penetrates up to 17mm deep. Once applied, the chemical bond protects against dirt, algae, rain, oil and pollution: keeping your home warmer and the air quality cleaner.
As a front-line barrier against the elements, your insulation inside can be adapted accordingly. You may not need more expensive or space-hungry products indoors if you’ve suitably covered the exterior of your home.
Reduces Water Absorption
Bricks and porous building materials absorb rainwater and residual moisture from the air over time, compromising the quality of their insulation properties as temperatures lower.
This also results in degradation of the materials – including moss and mould growing, cracks developing, discolouration appearing, and gradual unkempt aesthetics on the outside of your home.
Home Logic Exterior Wall Insulation reduces water absorption by up to 95%, greatly decreasing your home’s ability to chill itself without intending to.
This level of performance is guaranteed for 20-years without a re-spray; keeping your home more energy efficient and lowering your household bills for heating and cooling. This insulation barrier is completely invisible, offering external protection like no other product can.
Compared to other types of wall insulation for homes… Home Logic Exterior Wall Insulation doesn’t negate or hinder the effects of internal insulation, but instead boosts it by not cooling or dampening it from one side.