Wild Atlantic Way Construction Building insulation in Kerry and Cork
Wild Atlantic Way Construction offers a large range of thermal, acoustic and fire-resistant insulation solutions meeting all the technical requirements of the different applications in residential and non-residential buildings, for new build and renovation. Our solutions are adapted for metallic or massive construction buildings, wooden or steel frame constructions.
Attic and Pitched roof Insulation
Flat roofs Insulation
External walls Insulation
Partition walls Insulation
Metallic buildings Insulation
Insulation Air conditioning, Ventilation & Heating Systems
Wild Atlantic Way Construction provides solutions for ducts and pipes in glass wool, stone wool and mineral wool, offering the best combination of thermal and acoustic comfort, energy efficiency and safety.
Wild Atlantic Way Construction have been roofers for over 20 years. We specialise in re-roofing and natural slate roofing work, tiling and slating of new roofs which include natural slate, fibre cement, concrete and clay tile. We are contractors for lead work for chimneys and valleys, fitting of Velux windows and general roof maintenance. We are specially suited to re-roofing and extensions.
We supply an excellent, quality and reliable roofing service for Ireland. Ensuring your peace of mind a keen and competitive pricing.
Contact us for quotations which will be tailored to your individual budget and roofing requirements. We are happy to provide references on request and a showcase of previous roofing works and testimonials are available on pages as well as examples.
House Construction and Restoration in Prince Street Tralee County Kerry. This is an older Victorian House that was restored to it former glory. All building standards were observed in the restoration of the House in Tralee.
Work involved Construction of new Roof, timber framing, insulation, stud partition and House Construction/Apartment, as well as heat recovery systems, brickwork and Lime mortar among other bespoke services
Everyone runs out of storage or living space. Attic conversions are a really great way to combat this issue, which doesn’t involve all the hassle that relocating has attached i.e. legal fees, stamp duty, new mortgages, etc. The great news is most homes out there can accommodate an attic extension, so it’s a realistic option for almost every homeowner.
The Benefits of Attic Conversions
The most obvious reason for an attic conversion and one I’ve already touched on is increased space. One thing we hear again and again from our customers is how surprised they are on the amount of space that is actually in the attic. A well-planned conversion can improve the amount of space you have and also create further benefits such as additional storage underneath the new stairs.
Add Light to your house and improve your views.
For me this benefit trumps adding space. Until you have your attic converted you don’t realize the amount of light which you gain from an attic conversion. Converting your attic may in fact change the entire feel of a house from a dark cramped house to an open spacious home. Also, the views you can gain can be astonishing with no obstacles in your way such as bordering houses you have a much further line of vision.
Adding Value to your House
Not only are you improving your home but youre investing in a personal asset. This can have great returns and really help to increase the value of your house. A converted attic can be a real selling point of a house. Of course the value added is based on the premises and what customers are looking for but who out there buying a home wouldn’t want greater living space.
Wild Atlantic Way Construction install metal studs partitions.
Metal Stud Contractor we install a range of metal studs partitions. We offers the full range of lightweight metal or timber framed partition and walling systems for domestic industrial, private and commercial needs.
It also offers the full range of lightweight metal or timber framed partition and walling systems to meet specific requirements of current building regulations and client particular requirements.
Metal framing is usually obtained from proprietary manufacturer's including but not limited to Gypsum, S.F.S, Lafarge and Knauff Metal Stud.
Metal or timber framed partitions and walls are used in all types of buildings including private housing, industrial and commercial installations flats and apartments, commercial, institutional, recreational and industrial properties.
Key Benefits include:
Metal Stud Partitions which are light weight, easy to install and renovate.
Multiple width types of proprietary metal stud partitions allow for the construction of a range of thickness of partition systems in your partition wall.
These meet fire resistance requirements using fire line boards
Sound insulation requirements can be met using acoustic boards
Moisture resistant plaster boards are suitable for wet areas like kitchen or toilet etc.
Thermal insulation can be introduced as necessary
Impact resistant boards can be installed in heavily trafficked communal areas
Speed of installation
Reduction in drying out time
Reduction in construction costs
We install partitions to suit all applications, from simple independent walls, shaft walls, jumbo studs and through to high performance walls designed to meet the most demanding fire resistance, sound insulation, high impact and height requirements.
Attic insulation saves heat and money in you home. You can reduce your heating bills by 50% with the average attic insulation paying for itself in less than 3 years. It also prevents pipes from freezing in winter time.
Attic insulation is now a very important aspect of your home. If your attic insulation is not properly installed you could be losing up to 40% of your home’s heat per annum. This means a considerable amount of money being wasted in heating fuel over a year. An inferior attic insulation job means it’s costing you money.
If your home has a pitched roof and some attic space, the most common attic insulation solution is to lay two layers of quilted insulation in a criss-cross manner on the floor of your attic.
We can also provide an alternative method which involves blowing padding / insulating fibre derived from recycled cellulose material and spray it foam like across the floor...
Nearly everyone now use their attics for storage. When insulating material is compacted or squashed or torn it is not as effective. One resolution to this problem is to build a timber sheeted floor over of the new insulation. Our roofing and guttering can advise you on the best storage solutions for your attic space.
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