Thermal insulation as thermal insulation in the interior


Thermal protection is an easy-to-process material that has many advantages. It can be used both inside and outside. What the material has for properties and what advantages it brings to walls as insulating material in the interior, you can read here.

The most important properties of thermal protection

A good thermal insulation is very important today, in order to save energy costs and not have to heat the house more than necessary. So what could be more natural than using the heat-insulating properties of a material such as thermal plaster when plastering? This material consists of several components such as cement, sands, lightweight aggregates and some additives and offers you the following advantages:

  • The processing can be done easily by hand.
  • Thermal insulation is heat-insulating and ensures a higher surface temperature on the wall, which is important for a comfortable indoor climate.
  • The material provides good moisture regulation and thus contributes significantly to improving the indoor climate.

Use thermal protection indoors

The use of thermal insulation in the interior is quite useful, for example, when a building can not be thermally insulated from the outside, as is the case with many older buildings. An insulating plaster for the interior can also be applied relatively easily in angled corners or in hard-to-reach places. In comparison with other means such as thermal insulation panels offers Thermoputz as a heat-insulating material above all space advantages and thanks to modern manufacturing processes comparable insulation values.

Heat-insulating plaster in comparison with other insulating materials

A conventional insulation of interior walls is usually performed with insulating mats or special insulation panels for indoor use. This results in a very large effort, which is often a problem, especially in old buildings. Thermal protection is a real alternative. Instead of a normal wall plaster, the heat-insulating material is simply applied. This can be plastered even very winding interior walls with bulges without problems, without too much space for the interior is lost. The disadvantage, however, is that the insulating plaster is slightly thicker than a normal plaster layer and the interior insulation can change the room climate a bit. It is important to make sure that there is sufficient capillary activity of the insulating material to prevent mold growth. In individual cases, get the best advice from a specialist.

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