Yes, Zenova IP thermal insulation paint is perfectly suited to improve the insulation of old buildings. The insulation of buildings without cavity walls can be considerably difficult and expensive, and most buildings constructed before the 1920s fall into this group. Traditionally, the solution has been to either not insulate a property or add insulation panels to internal or external walls, which is impossible or impractical in many cases. In addition, insulating in this way can be hugely disruptive, reduce available space within a property, can be time consuming, and expensive.
Zenova IP thermal insulation paint is well suited to improve the insulation of old buildings as it can be applied to roof voids and loft spaces to insulate them, and to internal and external walls as part of redecoration.
With older properties being more susceptible to dampness due to their method of their construction, the anti-condensation and anti-mould qualities that are at the core of Zenova IP thermal insulation paint will also reduce damp, mould, and condensation issues in older properties.