There are a number of problems that may arise when doing thermal insulation on an existing building which for lay people may not be prepared for. Nowadays, an incompetent builder would be spoilt of choice when choosing a thermal insulating material, because the end result from the optimal operation’s point of view really does matter, that what and where the masters built.
Thermal insulators are also made from plant materials, cementitious, excelsior based chipboard is used as remaining formwork by wreaths, lintels. But it is also made of reed, straw and corkwood for heat and sound insulation. various colored, surface treated cork-boards, coils, and the flexible after solidification, crack-bridging grist which makes a hot-acting layer are popular. Cork which is excellent for heat and sound insulation, due to it’s high price, it is mainly used as wall and floor covering.
The reed plate can be used for slab and roof insulation, it is available in 200×100 cm board packaging in 3-5 cm thickness. While composites created by combining and associating various materials can be very useful and versatile, they eliminate the disadvantages of the components while combining their benefits. Most of them are good heat and sound insulators at the same time.
Technical miracles of our age have also appeared on the market, such as the aero gel or vacuum board which has super properties and a high insulating capacity even in thin layers. It is important to clarify the type and desired degree of insulation when planning the implementation and then select the types of materials to be used while taking that into consideration.