Internal wall insulation installation process

Domestic and General understand that homes are busy places and need to remain functional during any type of work happening. That’s why we recommend a room-by-room approach, which means only one room will be unusable at a time. We also train our teams to ensure that the process is as efficient as possible whilst remaining committed to the highest of professional standards.

Our stage-by-stage guide shows just what you can expect from initial enquiry right through to completed works:

  1. One of our insulation surveyors will visit your property so that a thorough survey can be undertaken, in order to prepare an accurate and appropriate specification for your property.
  2. The surveyor will need to make a number of checks before measuring the walls in preparation for the internal wall insulation to be installed. The checks include determining what will need to be removed and reinstated such as plug sockets, light switches, door frames, window sills and home furnishing.
  3. The surveyor will also look at the overall suitability of your rooms for internal wall insulation and discuss the various types that are available. The surveyor will provide you with a quote for carrying out the work as well as inform you of any non-repayable grants that you may be entitled to.
  4. A convenient time for the work to take place will be agreed with you.
  5. The walls to be insulated and the surrounding area will be completely cleared including any fixings for pictures. Internal wall insulation is fixed to the walls.
  6. Plasterboard is then installed and skimmed to give a ‘new wall’ finish.
  7. Any fixtures removed at the beginning of the process are reinstated, which may involve carpenters, plumbers and electricians being drafted in.
  8. The walls are ready to be decorated to your tastes.
  9. You can now sit back in your newly insulated and decorated rooms and enjoy a warmer, more comfortable, energy efficient home.