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Cavity wall insulation can save you around £110 each year on energy bills. Government grants provided through cavity wall insulation installers are available to cover the entire cavity wall insulation cost depending on your circumstances. Even if you do not qualify for a cavity wall insulation installer grant covering the full cavity wall insulation costs, you could still receive a partial grant to cover up to 70% of cavity wall insulation costs. This means cavity wall insulation costs as little as £75!

Loft Insulation and cavity wall insulation costs combined are around £149 and can save over £250 every year!

For more information on cavity wall insulation costs, contact us today to arrange for a free, no-obligation quote for your home from accredited loft insulation installers.


Cavity Wall Insulation cost – how much could I save?


Cavity walls are built in two layers with a small gap, or ‘cavity’, in between. Cavity wall insulation installers fill that gap with an insulating material through a small gap (around the size of a 10 pence piece). This reduces the amount of heat lost from your home, saving you money and recouping the initial cavity wall insulation costs.  Estimates show savings of around £110 a year for a gas-heated, semi-detached home with three bedrooms.

Cavity wall insulation is also great for the environment and likely to reduce your carbon footprint by 560kg of CO2 each year. Insulation must be installed by professional cavity wall insulation installers.

For more information on cavity wall insulation costs and to arrange a free quote from accredited cavity wall insulation installers, simply fill in our online contact form.


Does my home have cavity walls or solid walls?

example cavity wallIf your home was built after 1920 then it probably has cavity walls. Cavity walls, rather than solid walls, are built in order to prevent damp from seeping in from the outside. However, modern insulation installed by professional cavity wall insulation installers still prevents damp from entering, whilst also preventing heat from escaping. If you are unsure about whether your home has cavity walls or solid walls, then it’s best to speak to a cavity wall insulation installer, who can also give you information on cavity wall insulation costs.

If your bricks look like the picture on the left, where all bricks are placed lengthways (called ‘stretchers’) then you have cavity walls.

  However, if your bricks look like the image on the right, then you have solid walls. This is where some bricks are placed endways on (called ‘headers’).  example solid wall

 If your house is rendered so that you cannot see the bricks at all, don’t worry. You can also check by the thickness of the walls –most easily done at a window or door. A cavity wall is usually around 30cm wide, while a solid wall is typically only 23cm wide.

If you have any further questions about cavity wall insulation costs, types, or you want a free quote from cavity wall insulation installers, then contact us today. Complete our online form or give us a call!

 

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