Insulation

Draught Proofing Insulation

Draught proofing is a cheap and effective way that someone can insulate their home. All it takes is a bit of preparation and an afternoon to get it done. If you're not comfortable, you could always have a professional come in and do it. Let's find out how now.

What is Draught Proofing Insulation?

Draught proofing insulation refers to insulation that is applied to windows, doors and a chimney if you have one. 

Installing Draught-Proofing Insulation

How much does draught proofing cost?

The cost of draught proofing with insulation depends on how many windows, the size of them and how many doors to the outside you have. On average, it'll cost around £50 for an average 3-bed semi-detached house if you do it yourself. If you have a professional come in to do it, the added labour cost plus and glazing you'll have. This could range from anywhere to £100 to £500 in the same house.

At this moment in time, there is not grant funding offered towards draught-proofing measures unless you live in the council of Cheshire East. If you are interested and live in Cheshire East, please email us at info@energygrants.org.uk