Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation

Put the coat to your home! – Finance Available

Un-Insulated walls are responsible of the 35% of the heat loss in your home, provoking a huge squandering of energy and ever more expensive bills.  The Un-Insulated walls in UK are responsible for around the 27% of the Carbon Dioxide emissions.

To solve these problems, many of our houses do not need a big overhaul, but just a small intervention known as Cavity Wall Insulation.

In fact, in many houses built after 1920s there is a big chance that there is a gap or a ‘cavity’ between the external bricks and the internal walls.  Cavity Wall Insulation just means that this gap will be filled with an eco-friendly insulation material.

How does it work?  Our Cavity Wall Installation team will drill a series of little holes in your external wall, to inject the insulation into cavity from outside.  It is a simple process that will take some hours and will last approximately for 20-25 years.

Cavity Wall Insulation is a simple and profitable solution.  You can save up to £140 per year with a payback period under four years (even if you are not eligible for any governmental funding).


Annual saving

Installation Cost

Payback Time

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) saving per year

Cavity Wall Insulation

Up to £140

£450 to £500

Under 4 years

Around 560 kg

                                                                                                            Source: Energy Saving Trust 


Features of Finance Available:

 * Finance at Fixed Rate Interest of 9.4% APR, including free Life Insurance cover for the loan amount for the lifetime of the loan.

* Loans available £500 - £7,500.

* No hidden interest rate under so called 0% finance.

* Flexible loan terms from 1 year to 5 years.



* Subject to survey.

* Finance subject to credit check.  Competitive Set-up fees added to loan. (Life Insurance for applicants over 80 years is subject to terms)





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