More than a third of all heat lost in uninsulated homes escapes through external walls. The better insulated your home is the less heat you will be losing, meaning you do not need to run your heating as much (saving you money!).
Most properties built prior to 1930 were constructed with solid walls, so they don’t have cavities that can be injected with insulation. These solid wall properties can be insulated with external solid wall insulation. The purpose of insulating in this manner is to slow the movement of heat out through the walls, thereby dramatically reducing heating demand.
Exterior Wall Insulation involves fixing an insulating material to the exterior of a property and covering it with a special type of plaster or cladding, improving the overall thermal efficiency of your home.
Lowers your fuel bills
Improves the thermal performance of a building
The absence of damp, mould, and condensation.
Keeps your home warmer in winter
* All figures are based on the estimates by the Energy Saving Trust.
* The services are Heavily Subsidised by the government funding. Exact quotation will be provided after initial assessment.
* Not all the measures are available for each property.