Internal wall insulation is a popular way to improve the energy efficiency of a home and reduce heating costs.
It involves adding insulation to the internal walls of a property, which can help to reduce the amount of heat lost through the walls and keep the home warmer for longer.
Internal wall insulation can be a good option for properties that are not suitable for external wall insulation, such as buildings with listed status or those located in conservation areas. It is also a good choice for properties that have cavity walls that are difficult to fill.
Internal wall insulation can be installed by fitting insulation boards to the walls and then covering
them with plasterboard.
This can be a messy and disruptive process, as it involves removing skirting boards, architraves, and electrical fittings. However, it is a highly effective way to improve the energy efficiency of a property and can lead to significant savings on energy bills.