Approximately 60% of the heat in our homes escapes through the walls and the roof, meaning that it costs more money and more energy to keep them heated.†
Taking measures to insulate your home will help to increase the thermal efficiency of the property, reducing heat loss and lowering energy consumption. Thorough insulation is an investment for the future, particularly when considering the rising costs of energy bills and the increasing pressures on the environment which will continue to be strained by our high energy demands. In this way, insulating your home will not only save you money off your energy bills but will also lower your carbon footprint, and what’s more, the value of your property will increase should you decide to sell your home.
There are a range of insulation options available which are suitable for the majority of properties.
The details of these measures are listed on this site, and should you wish to enquire further or seek advice regarding the suitability of your home for the installation of any of these measures, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Cavity Wall insulation is a form of insulation which involves filling the air gap between the brick walls of a property with an insulating material, helping to keep the warm air inside the home, and the cold air out..
External Wall insulation is a form of insulation which envelopes the exterior of your house in an insulating, water resistant layer. For properties with solid walls, external wall insulation offers an excellent solution…
Loft insulation involves installing a layer of insulating material between the rafters of the roof, helping to trap the warm air within the house rather than allowing it to escape through the roof…
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