Benefits of WrightWall Natural

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Designed so that your walls can breathe, allowing atmospheric moisture to be absorbed in winter and dry out in summer, avoiding unnecessary moisture build up. This delivers the benefits of traditional, breathable materials in a controlled, contemporary fashion.

Natural and recycled content

The insulation used within the Natural panel is made from recycled newspaper and therefore contains cellulose, the natural fibre of wood. This material also retains the positive characteristics of wood being that it is a particularly good insulator. Approximately 45 per cent of the CO2 stored in the wood remains in the waste paper, from which 90 per cent of the insulation is made and thus, 1kg of the insulation retains around 1.4kg of CO2.

Heat retention and keeping cool

Built with excellent insulation density, WrightWall Natural provides excellent U-values, improving the thermal performance of your walls and roof. This means improved comfort, lower running costs and energy bills.

This is a great starting point for a fabric-first approach to your project. High density insulation reduces the risk of your home overheating, keeping your home at an optimum temperature all year round. Due to this, the panel has an excellent decrement delay factor.

This means the heat from the summer’s midday sun does not penetrate the wall panel until the evening, when the temperature is cooler and much higher levels of comfort can be maintained. This temperature control is particularly advantageous in open plan and vaulted spaces.


Airtightness is an integral feature of WrightWall and WrightRoof Natural and the utilisation of Passivhaus quality sealing tapes ensures draughts and uncontrolled ventilation are virtually eliminated. A mechanical ventilation and heat recovery unit (MVHR) will be required to provide your home with high quality fresh air all year round. This can be run via photovoltaic solar panels to further reduce your home’s reliance on fossil fuels.

Service voids

Both the WrightWall, and WrightWall Natural systems include an internal service void to provide a straightforward solution to installing first fix electrical and plumbing services, prior to plasterboarding.

Data sheet

For more information on our WrightWall and WrightRoof Natural systems download our data sheet using the button below. If you are looking for a more cost effective solution for your forever home, our Wrightwall and WrightRoof encapsulation systems may be a more suitable option for you.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

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