Wall Insulation

External walls are often cold, damp and draughty but installing Low-E Insulation can address all three of these issues. It is a very thin, very cost effective and very easy-to-fit solution. 

Our range of Low-E Reflective Insulation is suitable for almost any type of Wall application. From Solid Wall Insulation (IWI), Cavity Wall Insulation, Timber Frame Insulation and Light Gauge Steel Frame (LGS) Insulation. 

Unlike traditional Insulation that work by absorbing and slowing down heat loss. Low-E 

Reflective Insulation works by reflecting heat back to the source. It is quick, clean and easy to install. Low-E will keep any building cooler in summer and warmer in winter. 

Low-E is extremely compact. Two easy to handle rolls of Low-E Reflective Insulation can replace an entire pallet of traditional insulation, meaning you have less material to transport, handle and install. Low-E Reflective Insulation can also be used in conjunction with traditional insulations to slim down wall profiles, provide airtightness and moisture control while also boosting thermal performance.

Low-E Reflective Insulation is super lightweight and easy to install with minimal mess and minimal fuss, making it extremely useful in specialist applications like barns, warehouses, ice rinks, and yoga studios which are traditionally hard and expensive to insulate, draughty and suffer from condensation. 

Low-E Reflective Insulation is extremely versatile and is often used in wall applications along with other types of insulation such as Rockwool RWA45, Knauf Earthwool and Xtratherm Thin-R, Isover, Celotex GA4000 , Kingspan and very often insulated plasterboards which reduce thermal bridging. 

We also supply the very popular, very effective Low-E Seam Tape. It is recommended that Low-E Seam Tape is always used for joining and sealing edges, seams and rolls of Low-E Insulation together to maintain a VCL and create airtight seals to reduce drafts. 

Low-E products come in several different thicknesses as well as being available in a vapour control layer (VCL) or breathable format. It is always recommended to use a VCL on the internal side of a building envelope and a Breathable format on the external inside. 

The VCL stops moisture getting into the structure of the building, and the breathable layer on the external side allows moisture to dissipate out of the structure. If you want to learn more about Low-E Insulation and how it work you can visit the Low-E blog page here https://low-e.co.uk/blog/

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