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Cavity wall insulation is a cavity wall that is made up of two walls with a gap between, which is referred to as the cavity. The outer layer usually consists of brick with the inner layer consisting of a concrete block.

What is Cavity Wall Insulation?

Cavity wall insulation is apparent in homes that are built after the 1920s. Cavity wall insulation can be installed by injecting insulation material into the cavity wall from the outside. Drilling small holes in the outside of the wall for access and then refilling over with cement. It is usually made from mineral wool or polystyrene beads. Cavity wall insulation costs vary depending on a number of factors. It depends on the size and age of your home. However, you should be able to make back the initial installation cost in less than five years due to the energy bill savings you are likely to make. Other cost-saving methods are available such as not insulting the whole home at once.

Making a Choice

When deciding if Cavity wall insulation is for you, several important factors should be taken into consideration. If your home was built in the last twenty years, it's likely that your walls are already insulated. It's also important to note that your masonry or brickwork will need to be in good condition for Cavity wall insulation to take place, the walls cannot be exposed to direct wind-driven rain as this can further damage your home. It's also important to not have any issues with damp or condensation as this can also effect cavity walls. Cavity insulation will save you numerous pounds in the future and will also help your home become more eco-efficient.

Cavity wall insulation is an important factor for all homes. It's excellent for long term savings and will also help to keep your home very well insulated and warm in colder months while also keeping it cooler in hotter months of the year.

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