This is a combination of external and internal wall insulation.
In some cases the best solution may be to install a combination of both
external and internal wall insulation. This is especially relevant for
properties in conservation areas or where the outside appearance of
your property cannot be changed, (for example if you live in Victorian or
Georgian terraced housing). External wall insulation would be installed to
the back of your property, and internal wall insulation to the front. Which
will mean it will still look the same but with improved thermal
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Contact your local installer for more details and FREE survey of your property!
Cavity Wall Insulation stores the heat within the inner walls, bouncing it back into the room and holding it for longer.
If you live in a home with solid walls, 45% of your heat is escaping through the walls which is costing you money.
As much as a third of the heat you pay for could be escaping through your roof.
Draught proofing is one of the most inexpensive and effective energy efficiency measures for the home.