New offer from 1st October 2012!
If you’re on certain benefits or someone living at your house is over 70 you automatically qualify for FREE insulation.
Fill in the form to see if you qualify – even if you don’t you only need to invest £150 to get loft and cavity insulation in this Winter and you’ll start saving straight away.
An Engineer will come out to your home and complete a survey to show you how much loft and cavity insulation can save you EVERY YEAR!
• Now it's getting colder and we've all turned up our heating we can start saving immediately.
• Insulating your home can save you up to £310 every year!**
• Do your bit for the planet too at the same time- save over 1000kg of carbon dioxide every year too by installing insualtion.**
• FREE for those who qualify
• Start saving £100s as soon as it’s fitted
• Warm up your home for Winter.
• Improve energy efficiency in your home.
**Source: Energy Saving Trust (Loft insulation can save up to £175 a year, cavity wall insulation can save up to £135 a year)
Installing insulation in your home will help you save power, pounds and the planet! And this helpful guide will tell how much you can save and how you can save it.
Ideally you need to be a homeowner, but if you’re not private tenants should contact their landlord to gain permission to proceed. Council tenants should contact their Local Housing Authority. You can search www.direct.gov.uk to find out how to get in touch with the Council.
Once you have permission simply fill out the form and we’ll put you in touch with a leading energy provider who can supply you with free loft and cavity wall insulation.
To qualify for the free cavity insulation offer you must not have existing cavity wall insulation. To qualify for the free loft insulation you must have less than 60mm of loft insulation already. Free insulation products are subject to survey.*
Why isn’t my home suitable for loft insulation?
Unfortunately, homes with loft conversions cannot be insulated and loft insulation cannot be fitted in flats or apartments.
Why isn’t my house suitable for cavity wall insulation?
Cavity wall insulation can only installed in homes built to a standard construction from brick and that have a cavity wall. Cladding, tiled, rough stone, timber or metal framed homes are not suitable for cavity wall insulation. Most homes built after 1930 will have a cavity wall.
How much can I save?
Cavity Wall Insulation typically saves you up to £135 a year on your energy bills**.
Loft insulation typically saves a homeowner around £175 a year on their energy bills**.
Making a total saving of over £310 every year.
**Source: Energy Saving Trust
Have you got a friend or relative who might qualify for FREE loft insulation or FREE cavity wall insulation? Send them to this page!