Cavity Wall Insulation

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Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity wall insulation is a popular way to improve the energy efficiency of a home and reduce heating costs. It involves filling the gap between the inner and outer layers of brickwork in a cavity wall with insulation material.

Cavity wall insulation can be a highly effective way to improve the energy efficiency of a property and reduce heat loss through the walls.

It can also help to reduce noise transmission, improve indoor comfort, and increase the value of the property.

Cavity wall insulation is suitable for properties that have cavity walls, which are typically those built after 1920.

The insulation material is usually made from mineral wool or polystyrene beads, and is installed by drilling small holes in the external walls and then injecting the insulation material into the cavity using a special pump.

Cavity wall insulation is a relatively quick and simple process that can be completed in just a few hours, depending on the size of the property. It is also a relatively inexpensive way to improve the energy efficiency of a home, and can lead to significant savings on energy bills over time.

However, it is important to ensure that the property is suitable for cavity wall insulation before installation, as poorly installed insulation can lead to damp and condensation issues.

It is also important to use a qualified and experienced installer who can carry out a thorough survey of the property and ensure that the insulation is installed correctly.

Overall, cavity wall insulation is an effective way to improve the energy efficiency of a property and reduce heating costs.

With the help of a qualified installer, homeowners can enjoy the benefits of a more energy-efficient home and reduce their impact on the environment.

You can qualify for Cavity Wall Insulation grants through the government's ECO4 scheme. The scheme aims to bring methods of energy-efficient and affordable heating to households that would struggle to afford it otherwise in an effort to lower the UK's carbon emissions and effectively tackle the issue of climate change.