SWIGA CASE STUDIES

Example Of SWIGA Member Projects

SWIGA Solid Wall Insulation Case Studies

Below you'll find examples of SWIGA member project completions - showcased to demonstrate quality of design and workmanship and exactly what can be achieved by specifying a solid wall insulation system.

Some fine examples we think you'll agree ... and all guaranteed!
Stratford High Street

Stratford High Street

This project for London Borough of Newham involved the replacement of combustible cladding systems with non-combustible alternative by Lawtech Group.
Nottingham City Homes

Nottingham City Homes

This £11million high rise retirement village development is part of Nottingham City Homes (NCH) and Nottingham City Council’s Building a Better Nottingham retrofit programme.
Raeburn Heights

Raeburn Heights

This rendered insulation system provided not only a face lift to this tired 1960’s high rise block but provided protection to its structure giving it at least a further 25 years of life.
Plas Madoc

Plas Madoc

Part of 210 house £2m scheme by Wrexham Council to modernise 1960s Lowton Cubitt steel frame houses, to ensure they achieved the Welsh Governments Welsh housing quality standard by 2020. 
Mossblown

Mossblown

Working with the Energy Agency East Ayrshires Council combined there own funding with various grants available to them including ECO, HEEPS (ABS), CESP. To allow this combination of social housing and private properties to be refurbished.
Bracknell Domestic

Bracknell Domestic

Solid Wall Insulation successfully transformed the tired, stained exterior of this home in Bracknell to its fresh, clean look brimming with kerb appeal – while massively improving its energy efficiency
Chesterfield

Chesterfield

The installation of 558 council-owned properties in Chesterfield entailed installing EWI and weatherproof decorative render to a mixture of houses and low-rise blocks, all of which were originally built with solid walls and therefore exhibited poor heat retention. 
 Fraserburgh

Fraserburgh

This project involved the refurbishment of 107 two storey properties. The properties were system-built McRae type properties, timber framed with an external façade made up of Glass Reinforced Concrete. 
Gosport Towers

Gosport Towers

The town of Gosport on the south coast of England has seen five1960’s tower blocks undergo a much needed upgrade; Garland Court, Harbour Tower, Seaward Tower, Blake Court and Hammond Court - all owned by Hyde Housing Group.
Wokingham Private Home

Wokingham Private Home

The homeowner complained of the upstairs front bedrooms being ‘’absolutely freezing in winter,” The front of the houses in this particular area are traditionally tile-hung, and that was the problem. 
Flintshire County Council

Flintshire County Council

Flintshire County Council identified 250 local properties that had solid walls and were therefore hard to heat and expensive to keep warm. They were a mix of social housing and privately owned homes. 
Cheltenham Borough Homes

Cheltenham Borough Homes

This project was for the Structural Refurbishment of 36 Cornish Type I consisting of 4x two-storey blocks of flats containing 16 flats (2 leasehold) and 16 semi-detached/end terrace and 4 mid-terrace houses. All homes will be occupied for the duration of the works.
Broxtowe District  Council

Broxtowe District Council

Sustainable Building Services (SBS) was awarded this contract to deliver Energy Efficiency Improvement Works to 180 occupied properties on behalf of Broxtowe Council under the Efficiency East Midlands Framework.
Nottingham City Homes

Nottingham City Homes

The installation of external wall insulation (EWI) to over 1,100 private and social housing properties. The work was procured by Nottingham City Homes (NCH) via the Efficiency East Midlands (EEM) solid wall insulation framework.