What is a Vapour Control Layer (VCL)?

What is a Vapour Control Layer (VCL)?

In simple terms, this is a layer on the inner face of the construction fabric of the building which is used to reduce moisture flow into and through the walls, roof or floor. This is to prevent damaging levels of condensation occurring in the fabric of the building which in turn would cause decay in timber, corrosion in metals or frost damage in masonry.

How to cut and install flexible wood fibre Insulation

How to cut and install flexible wood fibre Insulation

 To discuss your project give us a call on 01392 861763 or send us a message here. How to cut and install flexible wood fibre Insulation   Find out more about how we approach this building scenario. One question we get ask a lot by clients is ‘what’s the...
The benefits of using clay plaster

The benefits of using clay plaster

 To discuss your project give us a call on 01392 861763 or send us a message here. The benefits of using clay plaster Find out more about how we approach this building scenario. Clay plasters are often associated with more ‘way-out’ construction or very...