Cavity Wall Insulation
Cavity Wall Insulation is a quick, hassle-free way of insulating your home and reducing your energy bills. But is it right for you and your home? Find answers to your questions about an excellent method to save money and generate free energy.
What is Cavity Wall Insulation?
Cavity wall insulation is a type of insulation that is inserted into the gap between the brickwork exterior and the brickwork interior of a property. Holes are drilled into the exterior wall in specific locations to create an injection pattern. This pattern makes sure that the gap between the walls are filled and heat loss is minimised.
Installing Cavity Wall Insulation
How much does cavity wall insulation cost?
The cost of filling cavity walls with insulation depends on the size of your home. On average, it'll cost around £1,900 for an average 3-bed semi-detached house, meaning that it's one of the cheaper options for insulation. There are currently Government energy schemes that are available for cavity wall insulation and many other types of insulation. If you are in receipt of benefits or have a low income, you will be accepted and possibly receive cavity wall insulation for free.*