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Insulation Basics

Insulation Regulations

Installing insulation must comply with building regulations

If you are installing insulation in your home it is probably because you want to reduce your energy consumption and save money on your heating …

Insulation Materials

The instalition of mineral wool is the most popular choice for home insulation

As the cost of energy continues to rise, it is becoming more expensive to heat our homes. Many people are investing in energy saving measures …

Introduction to Home Insulation

Improving the insulation of your property will add value to the home.

The price of electricity and gas is spiralling in the UK and many people are looking at ways to save energy to reduce their utility …

Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation

You will save money on your heating bills by Insulating the Cavity Walls of your home.

Insulating your home helps to keep it warmer and will help you save energy. With the cost of energy continuing to increase it is becoming …

Problems with Cavity Wall Insulation

Poor installiation can cause problems with condensation

Cavity walls are constructed in two layers; an inner wall and an outer wall. The gap in-between is referred to as the cavity. New homes …

Wall Insulation

Reduce your energy usage and heating bills by fitting wall insulation.

Insulating your walls is one of the most effective things you can do to reduce your heating bills and save energy. Up to a third …

Roof Insulation

Roof and Rafter Insulation

Cut home heating costs by installing good roof and rafter insulation.

Heating a property is becoming more and more expensive as the cost of gas and electricity continue to rise. With the government also committed to …

Problems with Roof Insulation

You can insulate your roof without a problem if you have good materials and access.

Installing insulation in your house is one of the most effective ways to save energy and make your home more efficient. With the cost of …