How does cavity wall insulation work?
Cavity insulation in walls works through taking the heat that is in a house and bouncing it back into the room, therefore allowing the house to stay warm for longer without raising energy bills for the people living there.
Modern insulation is typically mostly water resistant and made of either mineral foam, blown bead, or mineral wool. When installed correctly, there is less of an increased risk and there should be outstanding durability. The special material in insulation acts as a barrier between the outer cavity wall and the internal wall, meaning there should be more heat being kept inside and less of a chance of damp problems.
ECO4 is a government backed scheme
Who are UKES?
UK Energy Support is based in Newcastle but operates throughout the entirety of the UK.
We specialise in the installation and removal of cavity wall insulation and loft insulation to the highest standards as well as providing electric storage heaters.
With the ECO scheme, we have been given the means and funding to provide all of these services for free to anybody who is eligible for work on their property.
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Here at UK Energy Support, we want to help as many people as possible improve their energy consumption. We would be happy to help you in any way we can, so get in touch and start saving on your energy bill starting with cavity wall insulation removal!