It is safe to assume that if your home was built after the 1920’s there is a high chance it has got cavity walls and unless it was built within the last 20 years those wall cavities are probably empty. Filling them with cavity wall insulation could be a very cost effective way of retaining heat in your home and save on your energy bills.
Around one third of the heat loss from most homes happens through the walls of the house. Cavity wall insulation could save you up to £160 a year in heating bills.
Cavity wall insulation costs and savings
Cavity wall insulation can vary in cost and this is dependent on the size of your home. Whether you live in a one bedroom flat or a large detached house you will likely recoup the installation cost in 5 years or less. This will be purely down to the yearly energy bill savings you will make by having a properly insulated home.
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The old boiler and tank were removed and the new condensing boiler fitted by the two installers from XL Heating. They were friendly, informative and tidy, working well as a team for two days.
So far very happy.