Most modern homes are constructed with an ‘air-gap’ or cavity walls, and filling this with insulating material can significantly reduce heat loss. However, not all homes are constructed in this way, and as such, your home will need to be surveyed to make sure it is suitable first.
Once this has been confirmed, our insulation team will drill a series of small holes into the outside wall of your property. Then, they will insert insulating material into the cavity using specialist equipment.
The insulating material can be made from a variety of different materials, but is usually made from recycled granulated mineral wool fibre or polystyrene beads. In effect, this creates a blanket effect that will prevent heat escaping.
This means that you use less energy to keep your home warm, helping you save money on your bills.