Reduce Your Energy Bills with Home Insulation
With the energy price cap rising to a staggering £2,800 - £3,000 per year on average from October 2022, now is the time to insulate your home. As families tackle the rising cost of living crisis, investing in home insulation is the best way to save you money for years to come, as it can help properties retain up to 60% more heat.
Modern homes are generally built to good insulation standards; however, older homes often require a lot of work to bring them up to scratch. Ignite Property Group offers two of the biggest money savers: cavity wall insulation and loft insulation. The cost to insulate your home will vary depending on the size of your property. To see how much you could save, book a survey today.
Cavity Wall Insulation
Homes built after the 1920s typically have cavity walls. This is essentially a gap between two walls, with the outer wall made of brick and the inner, concrete block - this gap is called a cavity. There are multiple types of cavity wall insulation, however, at Ignite Property Group, we use EvoBead insulation, a market-leading product. Cavity wall insulation of this type could save you up to £1,000 per year alone on your energy bills, making it a favourable investment.
With 25% of heat escaping through an uninsulated loft, loft insulation is an effective way to reduce heat loss and your energy bills. Certain types of loft insulation can make your home un-mortgageable, including the use of spray foam, so it’s important to ensure this is done correctly. We invest in the market leading product, Knauf loft insulation, to improve home insulation and ensure that our installations meet current standards, protecting your property long-term.
Top Benefits to Insulating Your Home
Some of the key benefits to home insulation are:
- Significant reduction to your energy bills
- Better temperature regulation - keeps your home warmer throughout winter, and cooler throughout summer
- Easy and quick to install
- Reduces environmental impact
- Long term protection
Our team are trained experts and make the insulation process seamless. One of the key factors in this is ensuring that the process is quick but mess-free. Both our cavity wall insulation and loft insulation options are structured in a way to ensure minimal disruption and we take care of all the disposal too, allowing you to sit back and relax to enjoy your newly insulated home.
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