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What is External Wall Insulation?

Did you know that 35% of heat loss from homes comes through external walls? Let Nesture transform your home with External Wall Insulation, otherwise known as EFI (Exterior Façade Improvement).

Many properties built before 1930 were constructed with solid walls. This means they do not have cavities suitable for injecting with insulation. Properties such as this can still benefit, however, with external insulation from Nesture.

External wall insulation works by slowing the movement of heat from the building, thus reducing the amount of heat escaping and ultimately keeping the property warmer for longer.

External Wall Insulation works by fixing a layer of rigid insulation boards to your wall which both insulates and protects. The exterior wall is then reinforced and covered with a special type of hard-wearing and protective render. The breathable finish is what really gives it the wow factor and with a wide range of textures, effects and colours to choose from you will be the envy of the neighbourhood.

For your finish, you can choose whether you would like a textured render, pebble-dash, a brick slip or a brick render effect, giving your home an attractive appearance with the added benefit of significant thermal improvements; warming your home, reducing heat loss by up to 45%, reducing your energy bills and even increasing the value of your home.

To find out more, visit our External Wall Insulation page.



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