Cavity Wall Insulation

Homes built from the 1920s onwards are likely to have been built with cavity walls. A cavity wall is made up of two walls (normally single skin and block) with a gap in between the walls which is known as a ‘cavity’. All homes that have been built with cavity walls that have no insulation are currently losing at least a third of heat through the walls which of course can be really expensive and damaging for the environment. By insulating the walls you will save energy, reduce your carbon footprint and save on your energy bills.

  • All technicians are approved and accredited to carry out the works
  • Breathable materials reducing the risk of condensation or damp
  • Save up to £340 per year depending on property type and size
  • You are currently losing around 33% of heat through the walls
  • Improving your homes energy efficiency
  • Insulation will act as a barrier to provide warmer winters and cooler summers
  • Payback within 2-4 years depending on property type and size
  • ECO3 funded