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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2012 4:43 pm 
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Afternoon all

I am shortly having an extension and i am currently looking into insulations costs and the best/easiest gear to handle.

Which make and material would you advise firtsly, and how much do they cost in at please per roll/Square M2 or however they price it. :dunno:

It is for both roof and wall also...

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Building control will advise on minimum standards of insulation for an extension, Kingspan/celotex are the main brands that spring to mind.

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You're looking at £12 to £18 per sq m for celotex/kingspan type stuff depending on thickness. Sold in 2400x1200mm sheets, 20mm to 150mm thick (the prices I quote are for 100mm to 150mm).

Check out this site as an example

http://www.insulationexpress.co.uk/Insulation.htm

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Hi there

I am looking for some 100mm cavity wall insulation, around 140 metres in total, what sort of price will this cost? which insulation is the easiest to handle/fit, been told the Kingspan is a bit faffy cutting etc :dunno:

Thanks for any help.


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ISOVER Cavity Wall Insulation is easy to handle and to fit thats the one I haveused in the past



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