KORE LOCK INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
Installation Guidelines: Warm Pitched Roof - Insulation Between and Above the Rafters
Installation Guidelines: Cold Pitched Roof - Insulation Between and Under the Rafters
Installation Guidelines: Dwarf Wall
- KORE Lock sheets should be friction fitted between the timber studding flush with the inside surface of the studs. This will prevent the risk of air movement between the sheets and the thermal plasterboard
- To achieve greather thermal performance KORE EPS sheets can be fitted to the back of the studs using suitable fixings. The EPS sheets should be fixed directly to the timber studs
- Apply KORE Thermal Board to the inside surface of the studs with suitable fixings, ensuring all joints are tightly sealed. Face with minimum 500 gauge polyethylene vapour barrier
Cutting and Packaging
On-site trimming of boards where necessary to maintain continuity of insulation is easily executed using a fine tooth saw or builder's knife. Care must be taken to maintain the thickness, flatness and squareness of the board to achieve close butting of joints and continuity of insulation.
KORE Lock insulation boards must be protected from prolonged exposure to sunlight, and should be stored under cover in its original wrapping, not in contact with ground moisture and raised above ground level. Care must be taken to avoid contact with solvents and with materials containing volatile organic components such as tar and newly treated timber.
KORE Loft Roof Insulation Quotation Request
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