Cavity Wall Insulation
Most homes built after 1920 tend to have cavity walls. They include a small a gap between two layers of building materials, and cavity wall insulation essentially fills this gap with a material that traps heat.
When your heating system radiates warmth, a significant part of that energy is loft through our external walls. Cavity wall insulation stops a large amount of potentially wasted heat from escaping through your walls – meaning you can use less heat for the same heating effect and cut down on your energy spend. Typically, installing cavity wall insulation can save you around £120 a year (Source: Energy Saving Trust).
In some parts of the country, grants are available for installing cavity wall insulation, including areas where it can be done for free. Contact us via the form below for more information.