Insulation Measures

Loft Insulation

If your loft is uninsulated you are currently losing a large amount of your homes heating through the roof, so this quick and easy process is one of the most effective ways to reduce your monthly fuel bills. If you have no loft insulation or your current insulation is below 100mm your home could qualify for funding to bring it up to the required 300mm level. Our technical team are well experienced with loft insulation installations and pride ourselves on an average installation time of 1-3 hours - once the insulation has been laid it does not require any upkeep or maintenance and will save you money year on year.

Room in Roof Insulation

Room in Roof insulation is a great way to keep the room in your loft warm as a lot of all heat can be lost through the roof of an uninsulated property. Households can save money on fuel bills by insulating their roof to the suitable amount. There are 3 different types of Room in Roof insulation, these are; Loft Room Insulation, Dormer Roof Insulation and Attic Room Insulation. Room in Roof insulation is installed by over-boarding the sloping ceilings with insulation boards which is then plastered and then skimmed.

Underfloor Insulation

Engineer installing Undefloor Insulation

We can install Underfloor Insulation if there is a big enough space underneath your floorboards (we are only able to install insulation to suspended floorboards). This can help you save money as a lot of heat can be lost through the floor. Our installers fit the insulation by packing it tightly between the joists in nets to prevent the heat from passing through. Please note: Not all suspended floorboards are suitable to install underfloor insulation, this is subject to survey.


Internal Wall Insulation

Internal Wall Insulation is for properties with solid walls to make the homes more efficient and warmer as solid walls can make a house very cold because there is so much heat loss. Insulation boards are fitted to the walls inside the property that are heat loss walls. This type of insulation can make a huge difference to your energy bills each year. While it does decrease the size of the rooms by a couple of inches and will need painting afterwards, our customers are happy to have fresh, straight walls that have been skimmed by our expert installers.


Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Insulation Drill Hole

Properties that were built within the last 100 years are most likely to have cavity walls, two layers of brick with a small space between. If the cavity has not been filled it could be responsible for significant heat loss from your home depending on the surface area of your walls - the easiest way to see if the cavity has been filled or not is to look for these small drill holes in the wall that would have been made to fill it (see right). There are different types of cavity wall insulation, our technical team exclusively uses polystyrene beads as it is deemed the most effective at stopping heat from escaping through the walls.

Can I benefit from more than one type of insulation?
Yes. Once your funding has been approved our technical team will come and do a free technical survey, and they will give any recommendations that your property will qualify for subject to your agreement.
Is there any risk involved?
Our partner installers are experts in their field and all of our work is fully covered by their insurance so in the extremely unlikely case, any damage to your property which is our fault will be made right.
Is my property eligible?
We carry out Free property technical surveys and tenant checks to establish whether Grants are available. This can be completed within days of an initial enquiry.