How To Insulate Walls Using SuperQuilt

Are you protecting the energy you are paying for? If not, why not? Is it because you are unsure how to reduce energy leakage? Or is it that you are not aware of the financial savings that can be made by saving your energy?

Most heat energy is lost through the walls and given the escalating energy costs, it seems necessary to insulate. Insulating your walls using SuperQuilt Insulation ensures that the cold is reflected out in the winter, whilst the warmth is reflected back in. Furthermore, during the warmer months of the year SuperQuilt will protect excess warmth from entering your home.

So, why choose SuperQuilt?

  • Only 40mm at a relaxed thickness, and compresses to just 7mm when installed
  • Reflects 98% of radiant energy
  • 19 Layers of Highly Reflective Foil
  • True Aluminium Foil at the Outer Layers
  • UK Manufactured
  • Highest performing EN Certified Multifoil on the Market
  • BDA Certified
  • LABC Approved
  • 1 Layer of SuperQuilt alone, will achieve or surpass the 0.30 U-value in Refurbishment Projects
  • Certified for both internal and external walls, timber frame walls, Dwarf Walls, Roofs and Floors.
  • SuperQuilt MultiFoil Insulation is also popular for Insulating Conservatories, Motorhomes, Caravans, Garden Buildings and Hot Tubs.

Note: A U-value is a calculation of the heat loss, in watts, per square metre and building regulators require you to have a U-value of 0.30w/m², for a solid wall


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How To Insulate Walls, Using SuperQuilt Insulation?

Your Step by Step Guide and a ‘How To’ video can be seen below:

Step 1. Install your battens directly onto the solid wall. We would advise using 25mm Battens. In some cases, you may be required to use 38mm Battens, to meet a specific U Value. To find out more information on meeting your desired U-Value, please see the link to our Free, Online and Easy to use U-Value Calculator !

Step 2. Place your battens either horizontally or vertically at 400mm Intervals.

Step 3. Roll the SuperQuilt out on the floor, to the required length and cut. We would advise using a sharp blade or tailor scissors. For tips on how to cut SuperQuilt, see our ‘How To Cut SuperQuilt’ Video –…

Step 4. Begin at one end of the wall and staple the SuperQuilt on to the battens using a heavy-duty staple gun and 14mm Staples, leaving a gap of 300mm between each Staple.

Step 5. Repeat the stapling process across the wall and around the perimeter too.

Top Tip. Pull the SuperQuilt taught, to allow the product to expand and reflect into the cavities.

Step 6. Then install the next roll of SuperQuilt, ensure that you overlap the SuperQuilt by a minimum of 50mm.

Step 7. Once you have applied the SuperQuilt to the whole wall, then tape over all the overlaps and the perimeter, using our ThermaSeal Foil Joining Tape. This Highly Reflective, True Aluminium Foil will prevent condensation and creates a complete airtight barrier. TIP: One roll of our ThermaSeal Foil Joining Tape should be used for every 30m2 of SuperQuilt.

Step 8. Once you have finished taping, begin installing your counter battens. Again these can be installed either vertically or horizontally, at 400mm intervals. TIP: Apply plenty of pressure when screwing through the SuperQuilt in to the first set of battens.

Step 9. Once all the counter battens have been installed, you can then install the plasterboard. There is no requirement to use a foil back plasterboard, as SuperQuilt works as a vapour control layer so you will save additional costs on your project.

To order SuperQuilt, at the lowest trade prices – with Free Next Day Delivery, on all orders ordered before 2pm – to anywhere in the UK Mainland – CLICK HERE!