Cavity Wall Insulation

Installing Cavity Wall Insulation can give you an annual saving of up to £300 and make your home a more comfortable place to live. Funding is available via the ECO Scheme.

You could qualify for free cavity wall installation, it only takes 60 seconds to check if you qualify and apply.

What is Cavity Wall Insulation?

If your property was built after 1930 then it is likely to have Cavity Walls. A Cavity Wall is where the external wall of a house is constructed of two masonry (brick or block) walls, with a cavity of at least 40mm between. A property with Cavity Walls can usually be identified by its brick pattern which is known as ‘stretcher bond’, where all the bricks are laid lengthways. Another way to identify a cavity wall is by the wall thickness, this is usually over 270mm thick.

Cavity Wall Insulation is installed by drilling a series of holes on the mortar joints of the external wall and injecting a bonded polystyrene bead. Once the cavity is full, the holes are made good and colour matched as closely as possible to the original mortar. All installs are supported by a 25-year insurance backed guarantee.

Installing Cavity Wall Insulation can give you an annual saving of up to £300 and make your home a more comfortable place to live. Funding is available via the ECO Scheme, get in touch today to establish your eligibility and arrange a free technical survey.

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Cavity Wall Insulation

What are the benefits

  • Save money on your energy bills
  • Future-proof your home against rising energy costs
  • Reduce your carbon emissions
  • Make your home a more comfortable place to live
  • Improve your property’s EPC Rating
  • Increase your property value

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