Old buildings such as half-timbered houses are generally positively received. Above all, however, the insulation and suitable heating systems have a deterrent effect. The wall heating seems to be predestined for the framework.
Structure of the truss
For half-timbered houses, a distinction must be made. Depending on the region and age of the building, the registers between the trusses are filled differently:
- bricks or bricks
- clay plaster, partly with straw
- natural stone
external insulation of the truss problematic
The preservation of monuments restricts the rehabilitation possibilities. As a rule, the historic facade should be preserved. This is just the interior insulation in question for many half-timbered houses. However, many shy away from the owners of a half-timbered house, because the dew point outside the insulation is transferred to the building fabric. Moist timber frame is absolutely no fun.
Interior insulation of the exterior walls with wall heating
Wall heating offers itself in many ways as a perfect heating system. Because in addition to a particularly comfortable heat from radiant heat and the interior insulation is supported. The wall heater successfully prevents the dew point from being transferred to the building fabric when internal insulation is applied.
This prevents a dew point in the building structure
In principle, what belongs together also grows together here. Because the modern sounding wall heating is by no means an invention of today. Even the Romans used this heating technology. The large tiled stove also uses it. Important is only a good internal insulation of the outer walls, so that not too much energy is lost to radiant heat to the outside.
The insulation is extremely important
Therefore, the interior insulation of the exterior walls should be clarified with a knowledgeable expert or specialist company. Then, the wall heater can be installed on the internal insulation in the register. The installation of a wall heater is easy to perform by experienced DIYers themselves.
Wall heating in the framework: Plastering or drywall
Another important issue is how the wall heating can be further disguised. Of course it makes sense to plaster the wall heating. But drywall also offers special options for wall heating. They are even so good that they are even used in modern energy-saving homes.
Lehmbauplatten as a perfect complement to the wall heating in the framework
The question is of clay. Clay is almost predestined as a wall covering for a half-timbered house (between the registers). It must under no circumstances be plastered directly with clay. Rather, the specialist trade offers special drywall: clay building boards. With these, the inner wall of the half-timbered house can be easily and quickly disguised.
The enormous comfort created by the combination of clay building boards and wall heating not only inspires owners of half-timbered houses. The fact that the exterior walls or their building fabric are so well protected against moisture makes wall heating and clay building boards a perfect system for every half-timbered house.Tips & TricksThe installation of the wall heating and the assembly of the clay building boards are relatively simple. The success of your construction project at the half-timbered house stands and falls with the right interior insulation of the exterior walls.