Lack of insulation and rendering are the main reasons why so many properties in the UK suffer from poor thermal performance. What is very important, the significant heat loss (even up to 35%) goes from the external walls.
Insulation is a process of filling the cavity between the two skins of masonry bricks with a special insulating material – it makes the whole process of heat loss to slow down and keep the warm inside the house. What is also very important it works in reverse too – it keeps your house cooler during the hot weather – as the warm does not get inside your house.
Rendering is a process of applying by hand and tools an external wall covering (sand and cement) in order to protect the bricks or blocks from cracks or erosion.
Therefore, having insulation and rendering done at your property, might radically decrease heat loss through the walls. If you are looking for some practical solution to decrease your heating bills – it is a great option. Moreover, if you take into consideration ecology, you will also be able to reduce your carbon footprint by limiting the amount of CO2 and other greenhouse gases emitted from your property.
If you are thinking about having insulation and rendering done at your property, please do get in touch with us. We will explain everything in more details and after seeing your property will provide you with a reasonable quote for the job.
If you have any concerns, or think that you might not have enough budget, please contact us as we always try to do everything we can to help our customers.
We offer PROFESSIONAL services FOR YOUR property:
Replacing switches; socket outlets, lamp holders, ceiling roses, water heater switches, thermostats and elements.
Fitting plugs, cord extension sockets or appliance connectors to a flexible cord.
Moving, repairing or replacing flexible cords that are permanently connected to outlets or ceiling roses.
Repairing light fittings.
Moving switches, sockets and lighting outlets, but only if they are wired with tough plastic-sheathed cables.
Installing, extending, or altering any cables, except the main cables that come from the street to your switchboard.
Disconnecting and reconnecting permanently wired appliances.
Replacing fuse wires and fuse cartridges.
How do we work?
We have came up with practical strategy plan which we always apply to a new project:
We discuss the project with you; including expectations and ideas as well as available budget.
We visit your property, and carefully look around in order to discuss ideas and give advice about possible steps to be taken before the project begins.
We make a plan of your project including information such as time frames and plastering and decorating actions achievable within your budget.
After your approval of the works quoted, we schedule a date to commence work, then we start work on the agreed date!