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The ultimate guide for cavity wall insulation
Cavity wall insulation fills the gap, keeping the warmth in to save energy. It can also help reduce condensation inside the house if this is a problem on your external walls.
Knowing if your home is suitable for insulation
Your home will usually be suitable for cavity wall insulation if its external walls are unfilled and your cavity is at least 50mm wide. The masonry or brickwork of your property should be in good condition.
The process of insulation installation
To insulate your cavity walls, the installer drills small holes around 22mm in size at intervals of around 1m in the outside wall of your home.
With specially designed equipment, they then blow insulation into the cavity. Once all the insulation is in, the installer fills the holes in the brickwork so you’ll barely notice them.
Free home insulation services
We are currently surveying and installing in your area. Our highly trained team offer a hassle free service that will help reduce your energy bills with our completely free Cavity Wall Insulation. Our free Cavity Walls can be insulated from outside and in a matter of hours, with no mess or stress. Click here for more information.
Get The Best Style Out Of Your Roof – Bespoke Rooflights
Rooflights are designed to the highest specifications ensuring that quality is not compromised in these stylish roof fittings.
Roof lights allow extra light in for homes that have flat roofs and are particularly popular with rubber roofs. More benefits of a rubber roof
They use laminated glass in all of their units ensuring that you have a safer, more secure roof light whilst also keeping your home energy efficient. Contact them today and see their types of premium rooflights – all at a competitive price.
Earn £5k over 20 Years – Install Solar Panel on your home
When light shines on the cell it creates an electric field across the layers causing electricity to flow. The greater the intensity of the light, the greater the flow of electricity.
PV cells are referred to in terms of the amount of energy they generate in full sunlight, know as kilowatt peak or kWp.
PV systems are static, silent, non-obtrusive and produce no greenhouse gases. In addition every KWh generated locally and not therefore taken from the National Grid saves 568kg of CO2 emissions.
Is it suitable for my building?
You can use PV systems for a building with a roof or wall that faces within 90 degrees of south, as long as no other buildings or large trees overshadow it.
If the roof surface is in shadow for parts of the day, the output of the system decreases.
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