The latest building insulation systems
Al Bariq Corner Corporation offers you the latest building
insulation systems within a wide range of solutions for building insulation,
there are many types of insulation, whether water, thermal, polyurethane,
polyurea. These are the four most common types of insulators and their
Waterproofing consists in achieving a sealing element,
consisting of a membrane to prevent the passage of rainwater from building
roofs, from road and highway floors, from water collection tanks such as pools
and swimming pools, that comes from the ground.
How to choose the best waterproofing
Waterproofing serves to prevent the passage of water in the
base layers, and should generally be placed after thermal insulation (which is
located after hanging and any anti-vapor barrier) and before the top coating.
The dynamic and physical stresses to which the structures to be insulated (such
as roofs, terraces, balconies, etc.) are subjected imply that the waterproofing
layer possesses high performance properties.
Finally from the floors with full restoration. In addition,
in waterproofing, more than in any other sector, it is important not to neglect
the installation, which must be accurate and must ensure continuity even at
Such as fence connections, drains, channels, fittings
between vertical and horizontal, joints and other critical points. When working
on existing buildings, the choice of waterproofing depends on the original
characteristics of the product or class
In addition, the membranes are made of inert materials that
are not biodegradable and therefore permanently stable in the environment. This
type of waterproofing is suitable for walkable and non-walkable roofs, for new
construction or renovations or for green roofs, but also for foundations.
What is thermal insulation?
It is the ability of a substance to reduce the input or
output of heat from one environment to another.
Relevant in very hot or cold areas, well-installed thermal
insulation ensures energy efficiency throughout the building, from floor to
ceiling, through walls and facades.
In hot regions, insulation preserves the external heat of
the environment and reduces the need for air conditioning, while in cold
regions, thermal insulation keeps the environment warm and avoids the need for
Thermal insulation is also widely used for pipes and
boilers, avoiding energy loss in technical installations
Where is it used in buildings?
Construction is a one time investment and we need to think
wisely when it comes to investing. With global warming increasing and energy
resources limited, it is important to produce energy efficient buildings. To
save and protect energy”, many researchers find ways to improve the use of
existing resources. One of these methods, which is widely chosen by many
people, is the application of thermal insulation, that is, a mantle.
What is thermal insulation in buildings?
Because one of the benefits of thermal insulation is
that it reduces 50% of energy consumption and provides good conditions indoors.
For these reasons, the materials used for thermal insulation should be selected
correctly and with good quality. In our article, what is the best way to
insulate structures? We'll check it out together
In this article, we will discuss the following:
• Types of insulation materials
• Common methods of thermal insulation of buildings
• Tips to remember when making home insulation
• Benefits of thermal insulation
How to make thermal insulation?
By helping to extend the life of a building, you can reverse
the situation in the future by taking on less efficiency with more renovation
or higher energy costs, rather than pushing your budget. Thermal insulation
applications created with many benefits such as energy saving, long life of the
structure, increase in the value of the structure, fulfillment of comfort
conditions in living spaces, confidence in living a healthy life, creating a
healthy nature and environment by reducing environmental and nature pollution,
will allow you to increase quality of your life. In order to make the thermal
insulation, the necessary insulation first in the buildings should be
determined by the subject experts (quality mantle companies) and the right
thermal insulation materials and the right outer mantle programs should be
It will be possible to provide comfort in your structures
with thermal insulation materials that differ in thickness and density. In
addition to mantle operations, a trick to making thermal insulation, which can
be applied to the program afterwards, is to make thermal insulation programs
using the best mantle material for needs. The preferred material for sound
insulation purposes allows the application of "heat insulation" by
applying it to structures at a later time. What is the abaya? You can also
benefit from our article.
Heat savings can also be achieved by covering the facades
with mantle materials that will be programmed onto walls, ceilings, ceilings or
floors. Usually, when the general program procedure of the building is taken
You can allow heat to be saved in your buildings both for
the purpose of long-term use of the building and for the protection of the
structure. In this way, it is possible to provide much more efficient heat
comfort with lower energy, especially in winter. You can come up with a model
called the importance of thermal insulation in buildings.
Where is thermal insulation used?
Thermal insulation of buildings is carried out on ceiling
and wall floors, on floors separating floors, on walls and vents facing
unheated sections such as garages and warehouses, on floors. The application of
thermal insulation surrounding the exterior of the building is called
How long and under what weather conditions is it applied?
In general, the applications of external thermal insulation
in the buildings in which it is located are completed within two to four weeks
for the purpose of a medium-sized building. It can be applied at any time
except during periods of rain and very cold.
Advantages of thermal insulation for buildings
A well-insulated building offers a number of advantages,
starting with more indoor comfort. In fact, the thermal insulation
is Exactly that allows to reduce the internal temperature, both in winter
and in summer.
The second great advantage offered by insulation, now known
to all, is undoubtedly the energy saving feature. By insulating the entire
opaque envelope and installing high-performance windows and doors, heat
dissipation to the outside is reduced and, therefore, the amount of energy
required to heat the building's interior volume is also significantly reduced.
Moreover, the internal insulation allows the removal of
thermal bridges (critical points with strong heat dissipation for near-zero
thermal resistance) and thus to solve the common problems of condensation and
moisture, due to the difference in surface temperature.
There are different technologies and there are different
materials and types of sandwich panels, to be used as thermal insulation, for a
well-insulated house and it must be evaluated for each project individually,
based on the characteristics of the building, the climatic zone in which it is
found, from any technical limitations and economic availability.
Thermal insulation of the whole house is an opaque sheathed
concern, so not only on the facades, but also the roof, and the horizontal
floor in contact with the ground or with the outside (in this case, for
example, a cantilevered volume
3- Urethane insulation
What to know?
Urethane insulation is a solution that combines energy
savings and occupant comfort like no other insulation for any type of building.
this is the reason.
Urethane, more than just insulation
One of the main advantages of urethane insulation is the combination
of the following properties:
§ Superior insulating properties: very high thermal
resistance with an R factor of more than 6.
§ Air blocking properties: Air cannot infiltrate the urethane
or its surroundings.
Vapor barrier property: Some urethane insulators, such as
closed-cell insulation, do not allow vapor to migrate through the material.
Maintaining insulating properties: unlike other insulators,
urethane insulation will maintain its long-term performance.
Urethane insulation therefore makes it possible to combine,
heat resistant, air barrier and vapor barrier in one product.
The urethane foam insulation is sprayed by means of a gun
which is used to project and spray the insulating foam onto the substrate.
This, after a reaction, swells and hardens, creating a continuous surface,
without joint. Urethane foam perfectly adheres to the substrate, so it does not
remain space and thus avoids air movements and condensation phenomena. Cracks,
holes and empty spaces are also filled. This results in a continuous, resistant
and durable envelope, which is not damaged by water or moisture and will not
settle, thus maintaining its insulating strength throughout the life of the
building. It is also possible to inject urethane foam with a suitable mixture.
Insulation with quick installation by
Choosing a urethane squirt also means choosing an insulation
solution for quick and economical installation. Many of the tedious tasks
required for proper installation of conventional insulation are eliminated
without affecting installation efficiency.
In the field of insulation, it is the attention to detail
that makes the difference. It is therefore reassuring to be able to count on an
insulating product that, by its properties, avoids most of the shortcomings due
to imperfect installation in the building envelope installation.
It is important to note that only contractors and licensed
implementers, among other things by caliber quality solutions, can perform
urethane spray insulation, it is about the quality of the installation and your
health and safety!
urethane insulation price
Segregation should be viewed first and foremost as an
investment, not an expense. In doing so, one must always consider the long-term
performance of the installation of the insulation and seal system.
Despite the higher prices, urethane insulation, when used judiciously,
will deliver significant recurring savings and increased comfort throughout the
life of the building.
4- Isolation of urea
Urea formaldehyde is an excellent synthetic insulator. It
was a popular choice for insulation. Despite its effectiveness, the US Consumer
Product Safety Commission banned it in the early 1980s for use in schools and
Urea was isolated in the 1950s, but became popular in the
1970s as energy prices began to rise. It is foaming with the consistency of
shaving cream. It is an upgradeable modification and easily injected into the
existing wall using pipes. Once injected, the level of urea sequestration
hardens in a few minutes and cures in less than a week. Formaldehyde is a gas
that is emitted during the drying process and for a period of time afterward.
• Gaseous release of formaldehyde causes negative health
effects in some people. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, it
can cause a burning sensation in the eyes and throat, nausea, and difficulty
breathing, in some humans exposed to high levels (above 0.1 parts per
million)." People with asthma are known to be particularly sensitive to
formaldehyde, and others develop an allergy when exposure to high
• Look for urea insulation in buildings built before the
seventies. Basements, attics, crawl space, and unfinished closets are easy
places to spot. A good idea is that the urea-formaldehyde insulation can be
holes in the inner walls or plug holes in the outer walls of the structure.
These signs may also indicate that there is a latex foam spray from the
insulation or a foam spray.
During visual inspection, despite the hardening, hardening
looks like a fluid leak. With age, it can turn into shades of caramel, but
newly injected, it is slightly yellow. Unlike other types of insulation foam,
urea-formaldehyde insulation is subject to a significant reduction. The skin
has a dull, matte, not shiny appearance. The texture should be dry and crumble
easily. Use the ballpoint pen as a probe to test the insulation.
• Removal of urea insulation is expensive. First the lining of the walls must be opened to remove the foam. Building inspector Mark Visser says the next step is to "neutralize the wall cavity, with sodium bisulite out of the solution." Then replace the plasterboard or plasterboard. This work should be done by an expert in re-environment of the entrepreneur. Official removal and disposal protocols should be followedr of them, and should only be carried out by qualified personnel.