Keep your home warm with insulation.

Get insulation installed and save up to £530 a year on your energy bills.

Waste less. Save more.

Keeping the heat in.

Insulation helps to prevent heat being lost through the roof and walls and stops cold air coming in.

Good for your wallet.

By keeping the heat in your home, you’ll need to use less energy to heat your home - saving you money.

Greener choice.

Wasting less energy will be good for your wallet and the planet as your carbon emissions will go down.

Types of insulation explained.

Save up to £250 a year*

Loft insulation

Loft insulation is usually glass fibre or renewable wood fibre material that creates a barrier in your roof space to prevent heat from escaping.

Insulation can either be laid between the joists of your loft floor or between the rafters that support the roof. The latter is typically more expensive and your choice will depend on whether you’d like to keep your loft space warm as well as your living space below.

*Estimates based insulating a gas-heated home with a totally uninsulated loft (0mm) with 270mm of loft insulation. The recommended depth of mineral wool insulation is 270mm, but other materials need different depths.

For more, visit the energysavingtrust.org.uk

Save up to £280 a year*

Cavity wall insulation

Cavity walls are made of two layers with a gap or ‘cavity’ between them. If your home was built after the 1920s, it’s likely to have cavity wall.

Cavity walls can be insulated by injecting insulation into the cavity from the outside through drill holes in the outside walls. Insulation is usually mineral wool or polystyrene beads or polyurethane foam.

*Estimates based on a gas-heated home.

For more, visit the energysavingtrust.org.uk

Save up to £375 a year*

Solid wall insulation

It’s more likely that homes built after the 1920’s have external solid walls rather than cavity walls.

With solid walls, the walls have no gaps which means they can’t be filled with cavity wall insulation. Because solid walls do not have a cavity that can be filled, they tend to be insulated from either the inside or the outside.

Internal insulation for solid walls can include the fitting of rigid insulation boards to the walls or a stud wall is built and filled with insulation material. External insulation involves fixing a layer of insulation material to the wall which is then covered with a special type of render (plasterwork) or cladding. There’s loads of finishing options including smooth, textured, painted, tiled, panelled, pebble-dashed or even finished with brick slips.

*Estimates based insulating a gas-heated home. Costs vary depending on the work required. The savings above are based on a typical install for a large detached home. Savings are based on fuel prices as of April 2019.

For more, visit the energysavingtrust.org.uk

Save up to £250 a year*

Underfloor insulation

Underfloor insulation can be installed if you have either a timber or concrete floor. It helps with eliminating drafts and prevents heat loss. Plus, it can reduce moisture and helps to keep underfloor piping from freezing.

If you have a timber floor, solid insulation boards or rolls of mineral fibre are fitted between the flooring joists. This fills any gaps, so heat is unable to escape and drafts are reduced. If you have a cellar or basement, plasterboard can be fitted to the ceiling of the space too.

If you have a concrete floor, insulation is applied on top of the concrete slab (below any carpet or underlay).

*Estimates based on a gas-heated home. Costs vary depending on the work required. The savings above are based on a typical install for a detached home. Savings are based on fuel prices as of April 2019.

For more, visit the energysavingtrust.org.uk

Am I eligible?

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme helps people on certain benefits to cut their energy costs through home improvements. To check if you’re eligible for the ECO scheme, complete our quick online questionnaire.

What improvements are you interested in?

Get Started

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our engineers will wear full PPE to keep you and themselves safe. If you begin to show symptoms of COVID-19 or have been asked to self-isolate prior to a surveyor or engineer visit, please contact us as soon as possible to re-schedule your appointment.

How it works.

Step 1

Check if you’re eligible

Answer some quick questions on our online questionnaire to tell us about your home.

Step 2

We’ll call you back

Once we’ve received the information about your home, we’ll call you back to discuss the options you’re eligible for.

Step 3

Home visit

If you’re happy to proceed, we’ll provide your details to our trusted install partner who will book a visit to assess your home and get to work on the improvements. They will support you throughout the process and let you know if there are any costs involved before work begins.

Step 4

Sit back and relax

Once your new insulation is installed, you can have peace of mind that your home is now more energy efficient - saving you money.