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Wall insulation is a vital feature for every property, allowing you to maintain a comfortable temperature without excessive energy use or sky-high bills. While new-build properties have well insulated walls as standard, there are countless older buildings which are in need of retrofit solutions.
While rendering has been around in some form for several centuries, spray render is relatively new on the scene. That can make it difficult for people to decide between spray render and traditional application, as they’re naturally more familiar with the latter.
Having pledged to be carbon neutral by 2050, the government is exploring a number of ways to reduce our energy use as a nation. Wall insulation is one such method, which improves heat retention for buildings, meaning they need less energy to maintain a comfortable temperature.
Wall insulation is a valuable improvement for any building, helping you keep heat inside, maintain a comfortable temperature and potentially reduce your energy bills. But with conventional insulation methods requiring you to remove plaster from your walls, the job as a whole soon becomes messy, costly and overwhelming.
We are delighted to announce that we have made the shortlist for the ‘Render & Cladding Supplier Of The Year’ in the Homebuilding & Renovating Industry Awards.
What do they have in common? Despite the myriad of benefits that come with camping holidays and work vans, almost all of them will have experienced condensation. The good news is, you don’t have to put up with it. Keep reading to see how SprayCork can help you eliminate condensation in your tourer, static caravan or work van.
There’s no doubting the benefits of a conservatory for your home. It adds a bright, airy living space without the cost of a full extension. But unfortunately, most conservatories suffer from poor insulation, leaving you cold in the winter and too hot in the summer.
Keen to support the younger generation, whether that be in house or through our applicator network, Corksol UK has been working with universities in the North to offer paid placement opportunities to graduates looking to get their first foot on the ladder as part of the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.
A coat of render can transform your property’s appearance for the better, adding a uniform finish to exterior walls over brickwork, pebbledash or other materials. With that in mind, it’s crucial to choose the right render colour for your home.
Whether it’s your own property or one of your clients’ homes, it’s only natural that you want to use the best (and most suitable) building materials for the job. Render work is no exception, and there are a range of different rendering systems to choose from.
Rendering your house is a simple and effective way to refresh its appearance and keep it protected from the elements. However, as with many external home improvements, planning permission is a key consideration.