Cavity Wall Insulation

Are you interested in cavity wall insulation or want to understand more about it?
This page has all of the information you’ll need to know.

Cavity Wall Insulation

The highest proportion of heat loss from your home is through the walls. Up to 35% can be lost indicating how much energy we consume in excess of what we actually require.

Average utility bill savings on a detached house with a gas boiler can be up to £280 per year. Figures are based on fuel prices as of April 2019 (Energy Savings Trust)

BBA Approved

We offer a variety of BBA approved glass fibre products to suit your requirements.   All work is carried out externally minimising any disruption and mess to the building.

We can offer CIGA 25 year guarantee’s if required.

How to check if your walls are insulated

If you’re unsure if your walls have been insulated, you can view your Energy Performance Certificate here. The EPC will show the description of the walls on the 2nd page.

Most houses built after 1920 have a cavity. If your house is stone or built prior to 1920, it will likely be solid brick or brick tied which means there isn’t a cavity to fill.

If you’re able to see the brick work from the outside, it’s worth checking the pattern of the bricks, below is an example of a solid brick pattern compared with a cavity wall pattern.