Quintessential Attributes of External Wall Insulation

External wall insulation is often considered to be more effective than other insulation systems. The external cladding, which may be decorative too, can basically prevent the walls from getting unusually warmed up or too cold and hence there is a consequential impact on energy consumption. If walls do get heated up or excessively cold then drywall insulation or other systems do fail to offer impeccable thermal proofing. External wall insulation can be of mineral wool, expanded polystyrene, phenolic foam or polyurethane foam. There may be reinforced cement, plaster, synthetic or mineral finish. Continue reading “Quintessential Attributes of External Wall Insulation”