Thermal Improvement Techniques for Old Buildings
About 40% of the UK housing stock is of solid walled construction and this amounts to approximately 4.4 million houses that were built before 1920. Often built of lime mortar these buildings are of a vapour permeable construction and so function differently from modern cavity walled houses. With many of these old buildings being cold and energy inefficient, there is often a desire to thermally upgrade them, however, the latest research shows that many of the current refurbishment methods will lead to real problems.
This talk gives an overview of thermal improvement techniques and the specification of breathable materials for old buildings as well as using case studies.
Speaker: Simon Ayers, Lime Green Products Limited.
Simon Ayres helped set up Lime Green Products in 2002 since then Lime Green has set about developing and manufacturing a wide range of lime based products. Lime Green is a fast growing company in a market which is attracting considerable attention. In the present atmosphere of concern over global warning and sustainability Lime Green have a range of building products which are natural, sustainable and energy efficient. Their range of lime mortars, renders, plasters and insulation systems match industry and consumer needs closely. Lime Green has considerable technical expertise in the field and is constantly developing new products and giving technical advice. www.lime-green.co.uk
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