Solid walls can be insulated from external and internal. Internal insulation in the walls. The inner walls were covered with best-quality insulated metal panels but reduce the size of the room.
It costs less but the fitting of insulation material requires the removal of the door frame. There are two ways to apply them using a rigid board or by attaching a wall stud.
Rigid boards remained in the wall of the room with extra repair adhesive that holds the board more firmly. Joints boards neatly sealed to prevent further heat loss.
A thick wall can be done by attaching a metal frame or wood stud work with about 120 mm filling of mineral wool. Then cover with rigid insulation board or plaster.
On the external wall insulation, exterior sidewalls lined with a warm blanket-like material to prevent heat loss from the walls. Insulation boards used to cover external walls and various kinds of materials such as mineral wool, expanded polystyrene, rock wool, phenolic or polyurethane foam and many more are used as needed.
The insulation boards are usually attached to the wall by using both mechanical and chemical bolts using a glue-like substance. Decorative finishes as requested by the customer will be applied as the final layer. Isolation of the final layer is the weather, pretty standard, but the thickness can vary according to the needs of the property. The final layer may contain slip decorative materials such as brick, tile or finishes rendering.