Internal Dry Lining System
Dry Lining (Internal insulation) is a widely used method of insulating homes that are built using solid wall or hollow block construction methods.
Dry Lining involves insulating the inner surface of the external walls of the house with insulated plasterboard. The Dry Lining sheet is a composite panel consisting of a closed cell rigid Polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation bonded to tapered edge plasterboard for internal applications. The plasterboard is 12.5 mm thick manufactured to BS 1230 – Gypsum plasterboard, and accepts dry-jointing materials, plaster skim or direct decoration. It will also facilitate the control of surface and interstitial condensation in walls.
Dry Lining grants are available through the Better Energy Home scheme (formally the Home Energy Saving Scheme) so it has never been a better time to insulate your home.