Insulation

Lose less energy by installing home insulation and reduce heat loss through your walls and roof to save money, save energy and be more comfortable in your home…

Around a third of all the heat lost in an uninsulated home goes through the walls and a quarter through the roof. The solution is simple; insulate your walls and roof space with the appropriate level and type of home insulation suitable for you. What’s more, there may be home insulation grants and funding options available to you.

At BillSaveUK we have a number of wall and roof insulation measures available;
Cavity Wall Insulation, Loft Insulation and Toptherm Energyseal.

Cavity Wall Insulation

Up to 35% of all heat loss in your home is lost through the walls. Most modern homes are built by constructing masonry walls with an air-gap (or cavity), of at least 50mm in between. Insulating this cavity is one of the best ways to reduce the amount of energy you need to heat your home.

How does Cavity Wall Insulation work?

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Most modern homes are constructed with an ‘air-gap’ or cavity walls, and filling this with insulating material can significantly reduce heat loss. However, not all homes are constructed in this way, and as such, your home will need to be surveyed to make sure it is suitable first.

Once this has been confirmed, our insulation team will drill a series of small holes into the outside wall of your property. Then, they will insert insulating material into the cavity using specialist equipment.

The insulating material can be made from a variety of different materials, but is usually made from recycled granulated mineral wool fibre or polystyrene beads. In effect, this creates a blanket effect that will prevent heat escaping.

This means that you use less energy to keep your home warm, helping you save
money on your bills.

Why choose BillSaveUK?

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BillSave UK is an expert in insulation and energy efficiency when it comes to your home. We pride ourselves on offering excellent service, peace of mind and value for money.

Once you have had your cavity wall insulation fully installed, we will obtain a 25 year guarantee for you, so you know that you’ll have a cosy home for years to come.

Fast Facts
  • Free* Cavity Wall Insulation available for everyone with a suitable home
  • Keep your home warm in winter and cool in the summer
  • Savings of more than £275 per year** off your energy bills
* Your home has to meet a qualifying criteria which will assessed by the surveyor during your home appointment.
** Energy Saving Trust 2016

Loft Insulation

Loft Insulation is a very effective way of preventing excessive heat loss from your property. 25% of the energy used to heat the building is lost through the roof, so it’s easy to see why insulating the rafters can be so effective at reducing energy bills.

Loft Insulation is a quick, cheap way to improve the energy efficiency of your home, so get in contact today to discuss your requirements.

How does Loft Insulation work?

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Traditionally, loft insulation is made from fibreglass, a substance that isn’t necessarily environmentally friendly. Here at BillSave UK, we pride ourselves on the use of modern insulation materials, very different from the traditional. Our loft insulation material is a roll of environmentally friendly mineral fibres that is laid in your loft. BillSave UK loft insulation installers lay one layer in between the joists, and another layer length ways across the joists.

This means that the insulation is up to building regulation standards, and will last indefinitely, so you don’t have to change it every few years.

There are many benefits to installing loft insulation. Not only will it cut your energy bills and make your home easier to heat, it will lengthen the life of your boiler, by creating a consistent living environment. It can also improve the energy rating of your home.

Why have it?

Loft insulation is a quick and relatively cheap way for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home. Not only will it lead to a reduction in your energy bills it will also help to prolong the life of your boiler by creating a consistent, more comfortable living environment in your home. Loft Insulation will also improve the energy rating of your home.

How much does Loft Insulation cost?

The cost of loft insulation varies depending on your property. Here at BillSaveUK, we can install Loft Insulation for free, but it does depend on the results of your property survey. If we need a contribution, we will let you know after a free no-obligation survey.

Government backed Loft Insulation grants are also available through the ECO scheme. The funding available depends on the amount of carbon emission savings predicted for after the insulation has taken place. For more information, take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.

So whether you want to add new loft insulation to your building or just top up your existing insulation, get in contact with us today and find out how we can help you.

Fast Facts
  • You could qualify for free insulation thanks to government-backed funding
  • Save up to £240 per year off your energy bills
  • Help keep your home warm in winter and cooler in summer

Home Insulation Grants

There are various grants that are available to homeowners in the UK to pay for or subsidise energy efficiency measures. As a result, you could receive free loft insulation or free cavity wall insulation. We are proud to offer grants on all insulation products that we offer. During your free no-obligation survey the assessor will inform you of the home insulation grants that you are eligible for. You don’t need to use all of the grants entirely – for example you could just claim Free Loft Insulation and forego cavity wall insulation if you wish.

We have access to the grants that are made available via power companies and can assist you in benefitting from them. The grants are limited so its recommended that you contact us and act quickly so you don’t miss out on free loft insulation or free cavity wall insulation grants.