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Cavity wall insulation

You could be losing up to 35% of the heat in your home through unfilled cavities in your walls. Reduce heat loss and keep cosy with professionally installed cavity wall insulation. Super efficient silver bead insulation is 20% more efficient than white bead and it can be installed in less than a day - a simple way to save on your heating bills.

Benefits of cavity wall insulation

  • Save around £115 a year on your heating bills
  • Your home will feel instantly warmer
  • Expect payback in around 3 years
  • Installers can provide a 25 year cavity wall insulation guarantee (CIGA)
  • Installers can arrange building control

Loft insulation

When the temperature plummets, most of us turn up the heat but if your finding your home still feels chilly, the storage space above your head could be the cause. Make your home feel immediately warmer by placing a deep pillow of insulation in your loft. Any existing insulation can be topped up to the required level of 300mm (12") by a professional installation team.

Benefits of loft insulation

  • Save around £150 a year on your heating bills
  • Stop heat escaping through your roof so your home feels warmer
  • Expect payback in around 3 years
  • Installers can provide a 2 year guarantee
  • Installers can arrange building control

Home insulation installers

There are a range of home insulation installers in Northern Ireland. We recommend obtaining 2 or 3 quotations and checking the specification of what they will provide before agreeing to proceed. The cheapest installer may not be the most suitable, so recommendations from people you trust could be helpful.

Power NI

Power NI can survey your home and provide a quotation for both cavity and loft insulation. If you're happy to proceed you pay a deposit of 25% of the cost. The installation takes less than a day. Then the outstanding balance is paid.
Tel: 0800 0321 894 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) or visit powerni.co.uk

For more information: Call Age NI Advice: 0808 808 7575

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