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If your home was built before the 1920s, its external walls are probably solid walls rather than cavity walls. Solid walls have no gap, so they can’t be filled with cavity wall insulation. Solid walls can be insulated though – either from the inside or the outside. This will cost more than insulating a standard cavity wall, but the savings on your heating bills will be bigger too. If your home has solid walls, the bricks will have an alternating pattern, with some bricks laid across the wall so you can see the smaller ends from the outside.
IHI install internal wall insulation which involves fitting insulation on the inside of external walls, adding plasterboard and then plastering and decorating the walls that were treated. Insulating your solid walls could cut your heating costs considerably, and make your home more comfortable.
Through the Government’s ECO (Energy Company Obligation) scheme, homeowners and private renting tenants can access central government funding which covers the cost for the installation of room in roof insulation in a property.
Find out how you can save money on your energy bills and whether you qualify for funding today!
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