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Why Are Households Installing Insulation
There has never been a better time to take advantage of insulation funding grants
Uninsulated homes experience significant heat loss
With rising energy costs, insulation can be one of the best ways to reduce your bills
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How home insulation will work for you
Insulation will reduce heat loss in the home reducing your demand for heating.
A better insulated home means significant savings on your heating bills.
Be a greener household by reducing the environmental impact of your household.
Free insulation for tenants is well-known and sought after, but what grants are available for landlords looking to improve their properties with insulation to raise
Frequently Asked Questions
As previously mentioned cavity wall insulation can normally save up to £145 per year on energy bills due to its effectiveness of preventing heat from escaping.
Solid wall insulation whether it is fitted internally or externally can save homeowners up to £270 every year on bills and prevent 1.8 tonnes of CO2 emissions, so you can save money and become more environmentally friendly.
Having loft insulation can save you up to £150 per year on heating bills as it stops up to 25% of heat being lost via the roof.
Insulated roof rooms can lower your heating bills by as much as £150 each year by preventing heat being lost through the walls and roof.
Good quality insulation in your home will help you keep the desired temperature in your property all year round, meaning it will be protected from the cold in the winter and from excess heat in the summer.
A house that is well-insulated is normally very energy efficient and will require very little extra heating and cooling. Insulation can also be beneficial in reducing noise pollution which is especially useful to those who live in busy urban areas.
The exact amount of money you will save by getting insulation in your home can depend on various factors such as the type of insulation and the size of your property. As well as this, depending on how old your building is, you may need to incorporate more or less insulation measures. The good thing is that you don’t typically need any planning permission to have home insulation installed and if you are eligible for a grant it won’t cost you anything to get it.
Normally, more modern properties are built to very good insulation standards, but older homes in the UK can need a lot of work. In the latter case, there are likely a range of options to improve the energy efficiency in your home. When it is too cold, heat can be lost in all directions, so you should consider integral insulation to keep the heat within your house. One of the key areas to insulate is the walls as for a standard house the walls will lose the most heat at around 30% to 40%.