Insulation fixing

WGIP supplies and installs both thermal and acoustic insulation products. Learn more about our wide range of products or contact us for free advice.
There are two common types of insulation: thermal insulation, which reduces the flow of heat in and out of your home; and acoustic insulation, which reduces the transmission of noise from one room or area to another.
THERMAL INSULATION
Thermal insulation refers to materials or systems used to restrict heat from escaping or entering an enclosed area. It can be used to keep a container, room or building warm — or keep it cool.
There are many different types of thermal insulators. They work by addressing one or more of the three mechanisms of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation. The physical properties of the insulation material determine the capacity of the material to reduce the flow of heat. Thermal insulators are given an R value to indicate how well they perform.
ACOUSTIC INSULATION
Also known as soundproofing or noise control, acoustic insulation refers to the materials or methods used to reduce the transmission of noise from one room or enclosed area to another.
The purpose of acoustic insulation is to improve sound quality within an enclosed area and reduce the leakage of sound from one place to another. Acoustic insulation can also be used to reduce echoes, resonances and reverberations.

What we offer:
Our qualified installers can provide and install a system to match your specified energy rating requirements.
Our team can recommend and install specific systems to improve the acoustic properties of your dwelling.
WGIP can:

  • assist with the energy rating, as required, for new homes and extensions
  • supply and install thermal wrap, which is an integral component of the insulation system — contact us for a competitive rate
  • supply and install insulation into new and existing dwellings
  • supply and install insulation to fire-rated wall systems
  • supply and install ventilators and door seals.

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