It is predicted that around a third of all heat lost in homes without insulation is through the walls. By insulating cavity walls you can reduce heat loss and save around £160 a year on your fuel bills.
Older homes may not be insulated. as cavity walls were popular in construction. by filling the gap between the cavity walls you can increase the heat of your home. which saves energy and costs on heating bills. By insulating your walls you will also reduce the risk of condensation and dampness inside the house. It is estimated that by insulating your walls you could cut your heating costs by as much as 15%. By saving energy. your household will produce less CO2. helping climate change as well as ensuring heat stays indoors.
Solid walls can lose even more heat than cavity walls; the only way to reduce this heat loss is to insulate them on the inside or the outside. External wall insulation is more expensive than cavity wall insulation but it will save you on your energy bills.
Sub classifications of the INSULATION trade classification are Spraying, Glass Fibre, Acoustic, Jackets, Reinsulation, Materials, Electrical, Moulding, Sealants, External Wall, Cavity, Loft, Draught Proofing, Cladding, Flooring, Thermal