Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity wall insulation is the process of filling the gap between the inner and outer walls of a building with insulating material. This is done to help prevent heat loss, which can help reduce energy bills and increase the overall energy efficiency of a home or building.

The insulation material used can vary, but it is usually made of bonded beads or mineral wool. The installation process involves drilling small holes into the exterior walls to a set pattern, and then pumping the insulation material into the cavity using special equipment.

It is a simple and cost-effective way to improve the energy efficiency of a building and can also help to reduce noise pollution from outside.

Did you know...

Approximately 35% of heat is lost through uninsulated cavity walls and that the most cost effective way to insulate the walls of your home is through cavity wall insulation?

Why have cavity wall insulation?

✔ With an uninsulated cavity, heat can easily escape meaning it requires more fuel to maintain a comfortable temperature
✔ External walls account for 35% of heat loss from the average house
✔ Installation is quick, easy and hassle free for you
✔ A guarantee is provided with each installation
✔ On average, the installation takes no longer than a day to carry out
✔ The Government regards cavity wall insulation as one of the most effective energy savings measures to carry out

Grant Funding

Grant funding may be available for the works and the amount of grant and the cost of the works will vary depending your eligibility and on how much CO2 is saved by installing the measure