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3 Best Advantages of Installing External Wall Insulation to Your Sweet Home

There are millions of homes in Australia that are wasting the non-renewable energy resources and immediately require external wall insulation (EWI). This type of insulation is enough for insulating your house exteriors, enhance the thermal performance, and lower down the energy consumption rate. In simpler words, you are enhancing your overall property value, improving the looks of your house and lowering electricity bills.

The best part about EWI is you don’t need to burn your pockets and even move out of the house. The installation process is also super easy, and the lives inside the house will not be impacted. EWI doesn’t create any negative impacts on your house interiors like (IWI). So without further ado, let’s know the significant advantages of the external wall insulation.

1. Enhances The Thermal Insulation Of Your Sweet Home

External Wall Insulation

There are many myths related to insulation is that it’s only beneficial in the colder or warmer months, depending on the locations. Well, myths are myths and let’s bust this one now itself! The primary role of insulation is reducing the transfer of heat. Now, the heat might be coming from outdoors or indoors; insulation will undoubtedly reduce it.

You need to know the benefits of the external wall insulation during winters and summers. For instance, in the colder months, there is no point heating coming from the outside. Hence, whatever heat is generated indoors will be stored and not transferred in the outer environment.

In the summer months, the whole procedure is the opposite. The insulation will ensure that heat from the outer environment is not coming inside. Plus, the fresh and cool air generated by your HVAC systems will not be transferred outside. In simpler words, your entire house will remain cool, and the deadly scorching heat cannot even touch your skin.

External Wall Insulation

2. It Lower Downs Your Energy Costs

Regardless of what season is going on, you need to keep your HVAC system to make your personal space warmer or cooler. According to many reports, many homeowners lose around 50% warmness in the winters because their walls are not insulated. In simpler words, without installing wall insulation, you are actually making deep holes in your pockets.

Around 20% of your overall energy consumption was never useful for you or your HVAC system. In our opinion, now you might have understood the importance of insulating your walls at the earliest. Now, don’t believe the myth that insulating the exteriors is not cost-effective and beneficial in the longer run. Insulating your entire house might be expensive, but you are also reducing your monthly energy consumption.

3. Improve The Looks Of Your Property

Believe it or not, you spend a lot when it comes to decorating and enhancing the looks of your sweet home. Considering the external wall insulation is the perfect way for improving the overall appearance of your property. EWI is available in multiple finishes that will also match the colour scheme of your house. The only thing is you need to contact the right contractor and get the insulation work done.

A traditional theme of the house means brick effect insulation will be the best bet. More than hundreds of effects are available, choose the best one depending on your choice and budget. The only important thing you have to remember is the insulating material should be high-quality and long-lasting.

Try and reduced energy bills, improvement in the thermal insulation, and enhanced looks are some of the key benefits you’ll get from the exterior wall insulation. Get in touch with the best contractor, and you’ll definitely thank us later in the comment section. If you want to share some more benefits about insulation, please share them with us.


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