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Room In Roof Insulation Grants

Room in roof insulation is a crucial enhancement for your home, serving as a barrier that curtails heat loss through the roof. Upgrade your home with Room in Roof Insulation and enjoy the benefits of a warmer and more comfortable living space.

Room in roof insulation grants​​

Rise and shine with the best room in roof insulation.​

Room in roof insulation is designed for lofts that are converted into living areas, bedrooms, and home offices. It works its magic by keeping the space comfortably warm in the winter and refreshingly cool in the summer.

Forget about those uncomfortable days and nights when the weather dictates the temperature of your loft. Room in roof insulation is your home’s barrier to whatever’s going on outside.

How does it work?​

Room in roof insulation is a smart solution that involves adding special insulation to your room in the loft, making it a toasty haven in winter and a cool retreat in summer. The installation process is surprisingly simple. A professional team will carefully fit insulated boards into the walls and roof of your loft space.

The boards create a protective barrier that traps heat inside during the winter months, keeping your room warm and comfortable. And during the sweltering summer, it works its magic to keep your space cooler, shielding you from the heat outside.

How much money can I save with room in roof insulation?

Your potential savings are as unique as your home! They depend on your current energy consumption and the size of the space you’re insulating.

On average, people in a detached house or bungalow can enjoy annual savings around £400. And here’s the exciting part: with this system’s lifespan extending over at least 25 years, you’re looking at £10,000 in savings over its lifetime!

That’s some serious cash you can put to good use.
As a rough guide you could save between £225 to £415 per year based on your energy use.


The benefits don’t stop there! Not only does it make your room a comfortable space, it’s also a fantastic energy saver meaning you’ll spend less on your heating bills. It’s good for the planet too, by reducing your energy consumption you’re dramatically lowering your carbon emissions.

Room in roof insulation is a home upgrade that keeps on giving! Keeping you comfortable, saving you money, and making the world a little greener.

Lofty savings​

Are you tired of not being able to use your loft room because it’s too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer?

Is your space up there being used for storage or forgotten about because it’s just not a comfortable space?

Room in roof is your answer to quickly and affordably transform your loft back into what it was meantfor in the first place, a cosy, comfortable and useful room.

The Benefits of Room in Roof Loft Insulation

  1. Enhanced Comfort : Your attic is no longer a drafty, temperature volatile space. With room in roof insulation, it becomes a true extension of your home, maintaing a consistent and comfortable temperature year-round.
  2. Energy Savings: Reducing heat loss through your attic, results in lower energy consumption and decreased utility bills.
  3. Increased Property Value: A Well-insulated attic is an attractive feature for potential buyers, potentially increasing the resale value of your home.
  4. Enviornmental Impact: By reducing energy consumption, room in roof insulation helps lower your carbon footprint.
  5. Quick Installation : Most installations can be completed in a day, causing minimal disruption to your daily life.

Apply For Your Government Backed Heating Grant

Following your successful application, we will arrange a free, no obligation survey to ensure the maximum grant is obtained and advise you on the best products to reduce your homes energy usage.

Who qualifies for room in roof insulation grant?

To qualify for Room in Roof Insulation Grants in the UK, individuals must meet certain criteria. Here is a summary based on the provided search results:

Qualification Criteria:

Property Eligibility: The property must have originally been built with roof rooms or have a converted loft.

Insulation Requirement: The loft rooms should have minimal or no insulation and be accessed by a fixed staircase, not a pull-down loft ladder.

Ownership/Rental: Applicants must own the property or rent it from a private landlord. Council or Housing Association tenants may qualify if they own half or more of the property.

Income-Based Benefits: Grants are available to those receiving income-related benefits or tax credits.

  • Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
  • Income-based jobseeker’s allowance (JSA)
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Income Support
  • Income-related employment and support allowance (ESA)
  • Working tax credit
  • Universal Credit  

Grants are available to cover the entire cost of the process and are available to homeowners who are receiving income related benefits, disability related benefits or tax credits. 

Apart from this, SEG payments are not linked to other financial support regarding renewable energy installations. This means that you could potentially combine SEG payments with other forms of financial support. For example, in Scotland, it is possible to combine SEG payments with the Home Energy Scotland Grant and Loan.

In addition to the SEG, there are other schemes like the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme, which focuses primarily on homes occupied by their owners. It also extends support to energy-inefficient social housing and privately rented properties, subject to certain conditions like landlord approval. The ECO4 grant, for instance, is part of this scheme and offers support based on specific eligibility criteria related to household income and benefits received.

Apply for a grant today

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Room in roof insulation is a specific type of insulation designed for loft spaces converted into living areas, bedrooms, or home offices.

It insulates the walls and ceilings of the loft to create a thermal barrier, making the space comfortable and energy-efficient.

Warma’s professional installers fit insulated boards into the walls and roof of the attic, creating a thermal envelope.

Installation is relatively quick and doesn’t require major works, causing minimal disruption.

No, it won’t. Room in roof insulation is discreet and is designed to fit behind existing walls and ceilings, with plasterboard added on top ready to be decorated.

It significantly reduces heat loss, leading to lower energy consumption and decreased utility bills.

Absolutely, it ensures consistent temperatures in your attic space, making it more comfortable year-round.

While it’s primarily for temperature control, it can also act as a sound barrier.

It’s best leaving this one to the professionals to ensure total coverage and suitable ventilation.

In most cases, it can be completed in a day, depending on the attic’s size and complexity.

Yes, depending on your circumstances you could be eligible for a grant to cover all or part of the cost of room in roof installation. Speak to our team or complete our enquiry for to see if you could save even more.

It’s likely, an insulated attic can make your home more attractive to potential buyers, potentially increasing its value.



Yes, it can prevent condensation on attic walls by raising the temperature of the space, reducing the risk of mould growth.

Room in roof insulation makes your home more energy-efficient, reducing the workload on your heating and cooling systems.

Straight away! But you may want to decorate if new plaster boards have been added.

Yes, it typically pays for itself through energy savings and offers long-term benefits.

 Room in roof insulation is considered ‘permitted development’ so you do not need planning permission. You also don’t need a building regulation certificate however you must consider key criteria before insulation. These are

  • Insulation Thickness: Your insulation should meet the current building regulations in terms of thickness and thermal performance.
  • Fire Safety: Warma UK only use insulation that complies with the latest fire safety regulations
  • Ventilation: Adequate roof ventilation is essential for the health of your roof and to prevent issues like condensation.

All Warma UK room in roof installations comply with these criteria and you can just sit back and relax and enjoy your new warmer room.

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