Wall & Loft Insulation

Home insulation is material that can be added to different areas of your house to help your house retain heat. Fitting insulation means that less of the heat your heating system produces leaves your house, meaning that less fuel is needed to heat your house to the same temperature. This saves you money on your energy bills – as much as several hundreds of pounds a year!

Free energy assessment!

Are you eligible for free wall and loft insulation?

 

The most effective forms of insulation are:

  • Loft Insulation – This is generally easy and cheap to do and will result in an immediate saving; it’s like putting a woolly hat on your house! Typical saving: up to £175 a year.
  • Cavity Wall Insulation – This is a form of insulation which is injected into the air gap in some types of wall. This is a very cheap but effective way of insulating your house. Typical saving: up to £135 a year.
  • Solid Wall Insulation– If your walls do not have a cavity it is possible to add insulation either on the inside or outside of your house’s walls. This costs a little more but is very effective. Typically saving: around £445 – £475.

There is also funding available for wall and loft insulation under the ECO scheme. Under the HHCRO (Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation) part of the scheme you could get loft insulation and cavity wall insulation installed totally free of charge – see if you qualify for free insulation and apply on our HHCRO Free Insulation page.

Sign up for free insulation now!

 

FAQs

My house is semi-detached/terraced and my neighbour(s) doesn't want cavity wall insulation. Can you still insulate my walls?
Yes, your house can still be insulated. The installer will need to make a hole at the top and bottom of the wall to insert a spacer at the junction between the two houses. This prevents insulation being blown into the cavity of your neighbour's house.
I live in a flat, can I get cavity wall insulation installed?
It's not practical to insulate a single flat in a block. If the property has cavity walls, the whole building should be insulated.
I have lots of rubbish in my loft. Do I need to clear it out or will the installer do this for me?
Yes, you will need to clear the roof of any rubbish or stored objects before the insulation is installed.
I want to use my loft for storage, how can I do that if it is insulated to the depth recommended?
You or your installer can instead lay down innovative loft boards called Space Board. These are insulation boards made from Polyfoam extruded polystyrene designed to be placed on top of the ceiling joists instead of the 170mm mineral wool insulation. You should still aim to lay down 100mm of standard insulation between the joists.
Get more answers ...

Reduce your bills

  • Free no obligation survey
  • Quick - 3 minute home assessment
  • Connect to qualified professionals
Calculate your savings!