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Home Logic Wall Insulation is designed to insulate bricks and porous building materials. The product chemically bonds to the surface, can penetrate up to 17 mm and will create an invisible insulation barrier.
Home Logic Wall Insulation is based on the latest nanotechnology that reacts with mineral groups and actively bonds to surfaces such as concrete, brick and protect against rain, dirt, algae, pollution, oil and others.
Home Logic Wall Insulation reduces water absorption by more than 95%, comes with a 20 year lifetime guarantee and is eligible for 5% VAT.
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A treatment with Home Logic Wall Insulation insulates mineral building materials by reducing water absorption. The lifespan of a treated surface is more than 20 years. The product bonds to the surface, is able to penetrate up to 17 mm and creates an invisible insulation barrier.
The masonry is able to breathe and will be permeable to water vapour whilst allowing air and moisture to pass through from one side to the other. A breathing masonry will improve the thermal conductivity and insulation properties. Consider that just a 5% content of damp in cavity wall insulation or other building materials can lower the thermal resistance by up to 50%.
Self Cleaning Efficiency
Dirt particles are unable to obtain a hold on the treated brickwork and will therefore flow off with rainfall. The masonry remains clean and attractive. Even on sides which are exposed to the weather like on the north-facing side or areas in shade, as well as in areas with high air humidity or sea salt penetrated air.
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The first step we take is to inspect the outside walls of you property before work is started, thus enabling problem areas to be identified.
All areas to be coated are power washed at high pressure. This removes years of accumulated dirt, soot, mould, mildew, stains and loosely adhered paint and any other foreign substrates. This process helps to highlight any areas that need repair work.
If any moss or algae is found, these areas are treated with fungicidal agents that kill the spores and roots and prevent re-occurrence.
Cracks on the walls of your home are cut or ground open to remove any loose debris then high quality filler is used to repair damage and create a sound, uniform surface.
Areas of blown/damaged render are removed and re-rendered to match the existing surface where possible.
Some surfaces of poor quality and unpainted surfaces require an additional stabilizing procedure. An SBR/Unibond Bag Coat is applied to the surface and provides exceptional stabilization and adhesive qualities.
All doors, windows, drainpipes, gutters etc, and any area not to be sprayed are covered with heavy-duty paper and masking tape to prevent any overspray. Dust sheets and tarpaulin is used to cover vulnerable areas.
A specialist primer is applied to the wall surface. This ensures an excellent bond to the substrate and a long lasting finish.
After all preparation work is carried out, a long life protective wall coating is applied with the colour and texture specified by the customer. The wall coating is spray applied using industrial machinery for fast application and a high quality finish.
We then carefully remove all masking and clean and tidy the site. After the work is finished. You will be asked to walk around your trasformed property with the crew foreman for inspection.
Home Logic Wall Insulation has been tested and certified to standards. The product penetrates deep into the substrate, creating an invisible insulation barrier that reduces water absorption by more than 95%.
Home Logic Wall Insulation has been tested according to EN ISO 15148:2002, demonstrating its hydrothermal performance on concrete, mortar, brick, and sandstone.
Damp Walls are Thermal Bridges
If the pores of a wall collect moisture, more heat is transferred than it would be possible if the cavities were filled with air. In conclusion, the thermal conductivity of the wall decreases enormously with dampness.
Tests have shown that a damp content of 5% in a plain brick wall, for example, can lower the insulation performance by up to 50%, especially where cavity wall insulation has been installed.
Consider that porous building materials, such as natural stone, brick and solid brick, to name a few, normally have good insulating properties. They have air-filled cavities, which offer low thermal conductivity but only when they are dry.
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