What is a U-Value?

26 June, 2013 (10:37) | News | By: admin

The U-value is a measure of heat loss through the walls, floor or roof of a building. The lower the U-value, the greater the resistance to heat loss and the less it will cost to heat the building.

A solid brick  wall will typically have a U-value of 2.0W/m²K and installing EWI can reduce this to 0.30W/m²K or better which could cut heating costs by up to 40%.

Installing Weber’s EWI products which are designed to improve the U-value of your walls to keep heat in your home and cold out.

For more information go to our U-Values page  Explained or visit Learn it: U-Values.

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