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Free Cavity Wall Insulation For Homes on Electric, Solid Fuel, Oil & LPG

Benefit from a Free cavity wall insulation grant if you are a recipient of benefits, pension or your home is on electric, oil, solid fuel, LPG or completely without any. About a third of all heat lost from homes in the UK disappears through external walls.  If your home was built after the 1920s it’s likely to have twin exterior walls with narrow holes or cavities between them.  To prevent warmth from passing between them thereby ensuring heat stays in a home they can be filled with insulating material.  This will keep your rooms feeling cosy while reducing the amount of money you spend on your fuel bills.

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Cavity wall insulation can be quite expensive to install, but you may be eligible for free insulation or grants to help you make your home more energy efficient, thanks to the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO)Scheme.

Who Qualifies for A Cavity Wall Insulation Grant?

This government-backed energy efficiency scheme is an effective financial safety net that aims to tackle fuel poverty as well as reduce carbon emissions.  You may be eligible for  a grant if you satisfy certain income requirements and if you receive benefits such as;

  • Disability living allowance
  • Carer’s allowance
  • Child benefit,
  • Income support,
  • Income-based jobseeker’s allowance (JSA) and universal credit.
  • And the others

If you are a tenant living in a house or a flat you may also be eligible for free cavity wall insulation, but you will need to get your landlord’s permission.  The grants are only available in England, Scotland and Wales. Similar schemes are available for people living in Northern Ireland.

If you receive a full grant to cover the costs, you won’t have to pay a single penny.  That’s because under the scheme the bill is footed by the large gas and electricity suppliers.

Who qualifies for an insulation grant without any questions being asked?

Below is a list of our target audiences. The type of homes we are currently working with. Currently, there are millions of homes in the UK without access to the main gas grid. These homes are either on the following;

  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
  • Solid Gas
  • Electric
  • Oil
  • No gas or electric installed
  • Until further notice, we are only able to serve homes that use any of the three heat sources above.

Why is Cavity wall insulation free for homes on LPG, Solid fuel, Oil or Electric?

The scheme is free because larger energy companies in the UK have been given set obligations to install more efficient heating and insulation to reduce carbon emissions and to make heating bills more affordable for everyone, especially for low-income and vulnerable users.

Why is cavity wall insulation Important?

It is perhaps impossible to overestimate the importance of the scheme.  With more than two million British households living in fuel poverty according to government figures, it is clear that something has to be done to help people heat and insulate their homes properly.  Secondly, climate change is one of the biggest threats facing the planet today. The UK along with many other countries in the world is committed to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

What is Cavity Wall Insulation?

In the past, homes were constructed with two walls – an inner wall and an outer one with a cavity between them.  The aim was to stop rain from getting in and to draw away moisture from the inside.  However, it is an imperfect solution because the walls let heat drain away to the outside increasing the demand on the heating system.  In general, UK homes built from the 1990s onwards already have cavity wall insulation, but if your home is older than that it may not have any insulation at all.

Cavity wall insulation involves filling the cavities with an insulating material to reduce heat loss and keep rooms warmer for longer.  The main types of insulation material that can be used are mineral wool, polystyrene beads and urea formaldehyde foam.

Cavity Wall Insulation Benefits

Cavity wall insulation is an ideal way to conserve energy and lower monthly fuel bills.  If you are still deciding whether or not you need it here are the key benefits of having cavity wall insulation installed in your home:

  • Decreases heat loss and therefore lowers energy bills.
  • Gives you a more comfortable home environment.
  • Gets rid of draughts that are coming through the walls.
  • Lowers the wear and tear on your boiler.
  • Releases fewer greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and consequently your carbon footprint is reduced.
  • Minimises condensation and moisture problems and consequently eliminates mould issues.

How Much Does Cavity Wall Insulation Cost?

Regardless of the size or age of your home, you could have your cavity wall insulation installed for free under the government’s ECO scheme.  To find out if you are eligible click here.   But even if you’re not eligible there is still great news because the experts at [Insert Company Name] can keep your home warm and reduce your energy bills from as little as [Insert Price].

Cavity wall insulation costs vary according to the size of properties and the type of insulating material being used.  But whether you live in a small flat or a large detached home you should be able to make back the costs in five years or less due to savings you’ll make in your energy bills, according to the Energy Saving Trust.

The installation costs for a detached home are  £725 and you can expect to make energy bill savings of  £245 per year.  If you live in a semi-detached property, you would pay around £475 for cavity wall installation and make energy bill savings of £145 per year.  And if you live in a flat the typical installation cost will be £330 and the annual energy bill savings will be £70.

How is Cavity Wall Insulation Installed?

Unlike other types of home insulation, cavity wall insulation is a job for the professionals.  It involves penetrating walls in order to correctly position the insulating material.  The registered and skilled technicians at IOD Grants Ltd will drill small holes in external walls through which the insulation material will be inserted.  The holes typically have a diameter of 22mm to 25 mm and once the work is done they are filled in and tidied to match the existing walls.  Our installation process is efficient, thorough and carried out with the minimum of disruption to you. The materials we use for cavity wall insulation are 100% safe. They include;

  • Mineral fiber
  • Polystyrene Beads
  • Urea Formaldehyde Foam

Do not miss this opportunity if you’re on LPG, Electric. Oil or Solid Fuel

Act now and get in touch with us to discover if we can install your cavity wall insulation for free.  Even if you’re not a candidate for a grant, we can provide you with a competitively priced no obligation quote. We look forward to helping you make big savings on your energy bills while reducing your carbon footprint.

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