XPS Insulated Plasterboard

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XPS Insulated Plasterboard is a fusion of two trusted construction materials: plasterboard and XPS, or Extruded Polystyrene. Say goodbye to separate installations and hello to a sleeker, greener, and more cost-effective building solution. From new homes to renos, from walls to floors, XPS Insulated Plasterboard is setting the gold standard in energy-efficient construction. Get on board and build smarter, not harder!

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What is XPS Insulated Plasterboard?

XPS stands for Extruded Polystyrene, a type of rigid foam insulation known for its excellent thermal performance and moisture resistance. 

Plasterboard, often referred to as drywall or gypsum board, is a ubiquitous building material used for finishing walls and ceilings. It consists of a layer of gypsum plaster sandwiched between two layers of paper.

By combining these two materials, XPS Insulated Plasterboard emerges as a superior composite product that offers both thermal insulation and wall finishing capabilities. 

The result is a dual-purpose board that minimises the need for separate installations of plasterboard and insulation, thus simplifying the construction process.

XPS Insulated Plasterboard Applications

  • New build and refurbishment projects
  • Ceilings 
  • Walls
  • Loft conversions
  • Extensions
  • Room in roof projects

Benefits of XPS Insulated Plasterboard

  • Energy Efficiency: Enhances thermal performance, leading to reduced energy costs.
  • Convenience: Merges the functions of insulation and plasterboard into one product, simplifying installation.
  • Durability: Moisture-resistant properties of XPS ensure a longer lifespan and reduced maintenance.
  • Cost-effectiveness: Although initially pricier, long-term energy savings often justify the investment.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a variety of applications, from new constructions to renovations.
  • Space-saving: Combines two construction elements, reducing the thickness of walls and ceilings.
  • Improved Comfort: Offers better temperature regulation within interiors, enhancing comfort levels.

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