Having adequate insulation is vital to reduce your home's heat loss. By insulating your property to the recommended level, you will see a huge reduction in your heating bills.
35% of the UK's CO2 emissions come from domestic heating. By properly insulating your home you'll be helping to reduce carbon emissions and helping fight climate change.
Benefits of insulation;
Reduced energy bills
Reduced carbon footprint
Reduced effects of severe weather
Increased value of your property
Increased EPC Rating
25% of your home's heat escapes through your loft or roof. Loft insulation is one of the easiest types of insulation to install, as it usually just involves rolling a layer of insulation across your loft space. If you have a flat roof, you can have an insulation unit installed on top of your roof with a weather proof material on top.
The UK government recommends every home has 270 mm of loft or roof insulation.
Cavity Wall Insulation
If your home was made after the 1930s, most likely, you will have a cavity wall. A cavity wall is an air gap in between your two external walls. There are various methods to fill the cavity,such as; microbeads, foam and Celotex boards.
35% of your homes heat is lost through the walls, so filling your home's cavities will make a huge difference.
Internal & External Wall Insulation
If you have an old home, most likely, you will have solid external walls. Solid external walls loose heat quicker than cavity walls, as they are in direct contact with the outside climate. Insulating a solid wall involves adding a layer of Celotex to the existing wall and then plastering over the Celotex leaving it decoration ready.
If you have a traditional property, or a listed building, you may not want to/be able to have external wall insulation, as it will change the appearance of the outside of your property. As a result, internal wall insulation will be the best option for you. The only difference is that you will add the insulation to any external walls from the inside of the property.
Our team work with a variety of insulation installers across the Southwest region. Our installers cover the whole of Devon and Cornwall- including; Plymouth, Torquay, Exeter, Truro, Callington, Newquay and Falmouth. Our expert will complete a full insulation assessment to determine which insulation will be the best for your property. After this, we will liaise with the installers on your behalf and provide them with all of the data required for them to provide you with a quote and arrange the installation.
Our service is a completely free, no obligation service.
Our office is located in Callington, on the Devon and Cornwall border. Our installers can travel to jobs across the whole of the Southwest region.
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