This process of fixing insulation to the internal side of the wall is more appropriate when the outside look of the property cannot be changed and when only one room needs insulating. The most common process includes fixing insulated plasterboards to the affected walls with adhesive. Insulated studwork is also available: it is fixed to the wall the same as a timber stud; insulation is inserted between and then plasterboard is fixed on top. Both processes are finished smooth with skim plaster. We can advise on the best option and the most suitable thickness of insulation for the job.

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