There are a number of different ways to insulate your home that are guaranteed to make your house warmer and save money on your energy bills.
Find the right insulation for you.
A quarter of all heat is lost in an uninsulated home through the loft.
Loft insulation provides a simple way to reduce this heat loss and is effective for at least 40 years.
Easily installed, it involves laying mineral wool between joists or underneath boards.
Insulating a loft to the required level could slash your energy bills by up to £240 a year.
A third of all heat loss in an uninsulated home is lost through the walls.
Cavity wall insulation fills gaps between external walls via insulation that is blown into the cavity.
By filling every part of the wall with insulation, you could reduce your fuel bills by a staggering £275 a year.
External Wall Insulation fixes a layer of insulation material to the outside wall, which is then covered with a reinforcement and special type of render finish, usually textured, pebble or brick effect.
Installed in a day, external wall insulation improves the external appearance of a property, is weather resistant, prevents damp and most importantly significantly reduces fuel bills.
InsuDry is an invisible insulation barrier that waterproofs and insulates stone and brick walls.
InsuDry is applied by airless spray, penetrating into the outer walls by up to 10mm and creating an invisible insulation barrier. HMRC has classified InsuDry as an insulation product and, as such, it is VAT rated at 5% when applied by an approved installer.
Internal Wall Insulation is achieved by fitting rigid insulation boards to the wall or constructing a stud wall fitted with insulation material.
The most appealing feature is that the insulation has no impact on the external look of a property and slashes energy bills.
If you’ve converted your loft into an extra room, you could save £400 every year on your energy bills with FREE room in roof insulation. To qualify for a totally FREE installation with zero contribution, all you need is a fixed staircase up to your converted room.
Under the Government Help to Heat Scheme, grant funding is available to ALL homes in the UK for loft and cavity wall insulation. A contribution fee of £99 for each measure is applicable.
For customers in receipt of qualifying benefits, you may be entitled to free loft and cavity insulation, as well as room in roof (attic room) insulation. See the eligibility criteria below to see if you qualify:
You, or a family member living at the property, must be receiving at least one of these benefits:
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