Follow the Q for... CAVITY WALL INSULATION IN SCOTLAND
Homes built from the 1920s onwards were likely to be built with two layers of wall. The two layers were designed to prevent rainwater from penetrating the external wall reaching the inside of the property. The space between the two layers is known as the ‘cavity.’
It has been found that unfilled cavities could be the reason for up to 35% of heat escaping the property, which means not only is the property losing heat, you’re likely to be spending excessively on central heating.
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Under the new Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme, thousands of homeowners and private tenants across Scotland are entitled to a 100% ECO insulation grant, which could help you save hundreds of pounds a year on your energy bills. Get in touch with us today to find out if you’re eligible and request a free survey.
Free cavity wall insulation in ScotlandAs part of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme, insulation grants are available to a wide range of eligible applicants across Scotland. The scheme is designed to reduce the carbon emissions of homes all over Scotland and take as many people as possible out of so-called “fuel poverty,” helping bring down their energy bills and make their homes much more affordable to run. Free cavity wall insulation is available to people in receipt of qualifying benefits, including child benefits and tax credits. It couldn’t be easier to find out if you’re eligible for a grant – contact us today and we’ll do the rest.