In an uninsulated home, around a third of the heat escapes through the walls. The majority of houses constructed after the early 90’s are insulated but many built earlier may not have sufficient insulation. Cavity wall insulation involves filling the gaps that exist between external walls in order to retain the heat. The process can also help reduce condensation. Cavity wall insulation is typically made from foamed insulants, polystyrene beads or mineral wool. All materials we use are manufactured according to British standards and all work is carried out safely and efficiently. Insulation offers many advantages including a warmer home and reduced energy bills.