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Everyone can now enjoy the benefits of cavity wall insulation with up to 100% Funding
Cavity Wall Insulation

If your home was built after 1920, the chances are that its external walls are made of two layers with a gap or cavity between them.  By filling this cavity with insulation, you can substantially increase your home’s energy efficiency.


Cavity wall insulation acts as a blanket to help stop heat escaping through the walls of your home.  Insulating your home isn’t a one off saving either, it will keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, helping you to save money on your energy bills year after year.  It can also help with condensation build up too.

Source:  Energy Saving Trust

How is Cavity insulation installed? 

To insulate your cavity walls, the installer drills small holes around 22mm in size at intervals of around 1m in the outside wall of your home.  With specially designed equipment, they then blow insulation into the cavity.


It’s simple to install and usually takes less than a day.  Cavity Wall Insulation is blown into the gap between your exterior wall, so there’s little fuss or mess.  Once all the insulation is in, the installer fills the holes in the brickwork so you'll barely notice them.

Why is this Funded?

Due to obligations with the Government, Energy companies in the UK are providing insulation grants through various schemes in order to improve the energy efficiency of homes in the UK. Surveyours use installers that have access to the current scheme for Cavity Wall insulation allowing you to receive up to 100% Funding regardless of your age, income or location.

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