Trenbane House was built in the 1940s and consists of two stone gables with cavity front and rear walls. There was no insulation in the walls and the house was difficult to heat effectively.
The external appearance was also a little tired, with some cracking render and an old, leaky roof.
We replaced the roof completely with new cement fibre slate, extending the eaves and verges to accommodate external insulation.
The whole house was wrapped in 100mm external Powerwall insulation with a dashed finish. Aluminium guttering and rainwater goods were added.