Before installing the insulation, first of all, drain the walls, and then wait for the wall to dry. It is essential to plan the installation of a VMC to ensure the renewal of the air and to prevent mold and interior condensation. If the moisture problem is not dealt with before isolating, you may make the situation worse. Use an isolation professional who will make a safe diagnosis and advise you best. In the case of the thermal wood cladding this is important now.
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Insulating the interior walls of damp rooms such as the bathroom, the garage, the basement is the first step towards their transformation into real living rooms. This is particularly relevant for an older home that may no longer be suitable for today’s needs. Remember the pavilions of the 60s and 70s with their huge basement. How many owners have never made the most of this space that doubled their living space?
Thanks to the interior insulation, the opportunity is too good to create a suplex, additional bedrooms and bathrooms, or even a studio for rent to students in need of accommodation?
Inner Insulation: The Comparative Insulation
In the 70s and 80s, polystyrene was the preferred material for insulating interior walls. Unfortunately, the disadvantages are many: a poor acoustic performance, fragile and …Continue Reading