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Cavity Wall Insulation

Did you know that around a third of all the heat lost in an uninsulated home goes through the walls? Heat will always flow from a warm area to a cold one. In winter, the colder it is outside, the faster heat from your home will escape into the surrounding air.

Most houses built from the 1990s onwards were built with insulation in the walls to keep the heat in, but if your house is older than that it may not have any wall insulation at all. If this is the case then you're paying good money to heat the outside air, instead of just heating your home. Luckily most types of wall can be insulated in one way or another. If you have a typical house with cavity walls you could save up to £135 per year in heating bills just from insulating the walls.
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Around half the heat lost in a non-insulated house is through the walls and loft. Up to a quarter of the heat lost in a non-insulated home is through the roof.

Select your property type below to see how much your estimated savings could be with Cavity Wall Insulation.



Green Deal Centre are holding a SPECIAL OFFER on Cavity wall Insulation. We are Currently able to offer Cavity wall insulation for absolutely NO COST on certain properties. *Subject to survey and excess meterage charges may apply


Under the governments Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme there is funding available for eligible customers. ALL home owner/occupiers and private tenants are now eligible for grant funding of 50% - 100% towards Cavity Wall insulation. Grants of around 50% and above, are available for all home owners and private tenants - whatever your income - and of 100% if you satisfy the eligibility criteria.

The list of eligibility criteria below allows you to see if you are eligible for FREE Cavity Wall Insulation. Remember, by insulating your home to modern standards, you save money and energy, reduce your carbon footprint - and stay warmer for less!

FREE for all houses, with hard to treat cavity wall.

Attendance Allowance
Child Tax Credit (annual income of £16,040 or less)
Council Tax Credit (which must include a disability premium)
Working tax credits
Disability Living Allowance
Disability Pension
Housing Benefit (which must include a disability premium)
Income Support (which must include a disability premium)

Also FREE for certain postcoded areas, for more detail Contact Us.

More Information

Is Cavity Wall Insulation Suitable For Your Home
Your home will usually be suitable for cavity wall insulation if:
its external walls are unfilled cavity walls
the masonry or brickwork of your property is in good condition
it is more than ten years old (most newer houses will have insulation already)
the walls are not exposed to driving rain.

Are your Cavity Wall Unfilled?

If your house was built in the last ten years or so, its walls are probably insulated already. To find out whether they are: Ask a registered installer for a boroscope inspection. They will drill a small hole in your external wall to see if your walls are hollow or filled. Check with your local authority's building control department - they might know if your cavity walls have been filled already


Green Deal Centre have used the following web sites to obtain specific and accurate information

Energy Saving Trust




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