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Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation

Homes built from the 1920s onwards were likely to be built with two layers of wall. The two layers were designed to prevent rainwater from penetrating the external wall reaching the inside of the property. The space between the two layers is known as the ‘cavity.’

It has been found that unfilled cavities could be the reason for up to 35% of heat escaping the property, which means not only is the property losing heat, you’re likely to be spending excessively on central heating.

How is the work carried out?

Many cavity walls can be insulated by injecting insulation material into the cavity from the outside. To insulate your cavity walls, we will drill small holes around 22mm in size at intervals of around 1m in the outside wall of your home.

We then blow insulation into the cavity using special equipment. Once all the insulation is in we will fill the holes in the brickwork so you barely notice them.

The Benefits

Under the ECO scheme you could qualify for full or part funding for Cavity Wall insulation

Making your home more energy efficient won't just make it a warmer, more comfortable place to live, it can also improve its value

Reducing your carbon footprint could lead to lowering your energy bills whilst being kinder to the planet

Cavity Wall insulation prevents moisture from travelling through your home therefore reduces the chances of mould developing

As Cavity Wall Insulation is installed from the exterior of your property, normally there is very little disruption in your home

Party Wall Insulation

Party Wall Insulation

The ‘party wall’ of a property is the wall which separates you and your neighbour's home in semi-detached and terraced properties.

Filling the cavity in the party wall will reduce the circulation of cold air between the properties, regulating the heat of your property better.  Party Wall Insulation will also help reduce noise between the homes, giving you more privacy.

How is the work carried out?

Thanks to advanced techniques insulating the party wall is as straightforward as filling the other cavities in your property.

However if you’ve had Cavity Wall Insulation in the past and the work was not carried out to your party wall, we can insulate the party wall on its own, further reducing heat loss from your property.

The Benefits

Under the ECO scheme you could qualify for full or part funding for Cavity Wall insulation

Making your home more energy efficient won't just make it a warmer, more comfortable place to live, it can also improve its value

Reducing your carbon footprint could lead to lowering your energy bills whilst being kinder to the planet

Party wall insulation will help maintain the heat of your home as it will reduce heat loss neighbouring properties

Like cavity wall insulation, party wall insulation is also a fairly straight forward install, which should cause little disruption

Insulation Price Guide

Staff are professional and courteous. Making arrangements for the work was effortless. Insulation team arrived on time and were first rate throughout. All areas were protected during the works and left clean and tidy upon completion.

CiaranE-2 | Yell.com

Our Obligation,
Your Peace of Mind...

We take great pride in the work that we do. By taking the whole house approach we aim to maximise the potential of your property, which could significantly reduce its carbon footprint and lead to lower energy bills.

But the whole house approach doesn’t stop there, it also includes you, the customer.  We want to make sure you understand every step of the process and how the improvements will benefit you and your home.  Our goal is to meet and exceed your expectations where possible. 

With all our services, not only will we be using market leading products, we may be able to access enhanced warranties underpinned by our 2 year workmanship guarantee.

Contact us today to find out how we can help keep you warm.

Elite Energy Group Obligation

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