Insulation

How to insulate floor in a cost-effective way?

Participant / Author
Kathleen Leynen
Date: 07/08/2018
A problem Zonnige Kempen is dealing with, is the costs of insulating the floor of an existing dwelling on a cost-effective way. To insulate floors in a good way, the existing floor needs to be removed, insulation is placed and then a new floor is installed. However this is costs a lot and the inhabitants need to move out during the renovation works. Zonnige Kempen wonders if there is a technical solution to insulate floors in a way that inhabitants can stay in their homes and secondly if there is a possibility to install more insulation in the roof and walls in order to compensate that there is no insulation in the floors.

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Jade O'Leary

Floor insulation

As part another project Optivo are involved in we have trailed a new technology called Qbot for floor insulation. Qbot is a small robot that only needs a small panel to access the void. It then manoeuvres around under the floorboards and sprays insulating foam. The residents do not need to move out and installation takes just a couple of hours to half a day This costs around £4000 per property depending on size. And SAP can increase up to 11 points. For more information you can visit: https://w