Airtight Solutions

Installing an airtight system on a building involves the fitting of tape and membrane to eliminate air leakage from the building. This is measured in “air changes per hour”, the aim being to reduce this number to as close to zero as possible. Current building regulations require all new builds, both domestic and commercial take Air tightness into consideration at the design stage to ensure that as a nation we are building more efficient properties that retain their heat for longer.

What is air leakage in a building?

Air leakage is a loss or gain of air in and out of a building. This happens unintentionally when constructing the outer perimeter of the building and typically will take place through:

  • Joints, gaps and cracks in construction
  • Gaps created around windows and doors
  • Gaps where services enter and exit the building

A survey is carried out by Cooper Insulation to determine what needs to be done to meet the architects/engineers requirements and current building regulations.

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Cavity wall insulation
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Airtight solutions
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