Fuel poverty - The benefits of cavity wall insulation

Cavity wall insulation is a great way to make cost savings in heating your home, especially in houses where the external walls are made up of two layers with a small air gap or 'cavity' between them.

If you have cavity walls, insulating them will make a real difference to the warmth in your home and your heating bills.

Did you know that cavity wall insulation will keep your home warmer in the winter but cooler in the summer. It can also help to prevent condensation on the walls and ceilings.

According to the Energy Saving Trust if you live in a typical three-bedroom semi-detached house you could save over £160 a year on your fuel bills and around 800kg of carbon dioxide each year – every little helps towards the environment!

 

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Cavity wall insulation is a great way to make cost savings in heating your home, especially in houses where the external walls are made up of two layers with a small air gap or 'cavity' between them.

If you have cavity walls, insulating them will make a real difference to the warmth in your home and your heating bills.

Did you know that cavity wall insulation will keep your home warmer in the winter but cooler in the summer. It can also help to prevent condensation on the walls and ceilings.

According to the Energy Saving Trust if you live in a typical three-bedroom semi-detached house you could save over £160 a year on your fuel bills and around 800kg of carbon dioxide each year – every little helps towards the environment!


Last Updated on Wednesday, August 09, 2017

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