Cavity Wall Insulation

Installing cavity insulation is one of the most effective ways to retain the heat in your home and to save money on rising fuel prices. Up to 35% of a homes heat can be lost through un-insulated walls.

35% Heat Loss through Non-Insulated Walls

Is my house suitable for cavity wall insulation?

Providing your home was built within the last 80 years and does not have a wooden frame, there is a good probability that it has a cavity space between the first two sets of brick or stone. One of our appointed surveyors will be able to determine whether your home has a suitable cavity. This is done by boring a small hole in an outer wall and inserting a boroscope into it. The surveyor can check the suitability and depth of the cavity and check that it has not been filled at an earlier date.

Benefits of Cavity Wall Insulation

  • Cavity wall insulation can save you over £150 annually on the cost of heating your home
  • Cavity wall insulation will improve your homes energy efficiency and helps reduce CO2 emissions
  • Cavity wall insulation can act as a noise and vibration dampener
  • Cavity wall insulation will keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in the summer
How Cavity Wall Insulation Works

Applying for an Insulation Survey and Grant

  1. Simply go to the application page
  2. Fill in your contact information
  3. Fill in the required areas about you and your home
  4. Click on the Submit button

The next step

We will process your application and assign a locally approved insulation surveyor or installer to contact you within 14 days. They will clarify the information previously supplied in your application and arrange with you a suitable appointment to survey your home for insulation. The surveyor will also inform the customer as to the current level of area funding available to assist in the cost of cavity wall insulation. The surveyor or installer will write the job up with the customer and arrange a suitable date for installation.

Our appointed insulation surveyors and installers will be able to advise and provide extra measures such as access equipment, conservatory platforms and core-vents. This is dependable on individual property requirements. All customers will be informed of any extra charges relating to outsized properties and extra measures.