Cero insulation

In this day and age insulation is vitally important for any home. As the National Grid gas and electricity prices continue to rise year-in year-out, ensuring your property is adequately insulated remains of highest priority.

And insulation comes in many shapes and forms, covering a range of areas in the home. Effectively, with insulation fitted you’ll be able to prevent heat loss, locking more heat in your home and reducing the amount you need to spend to warm the property.

So where can you expect to see insulation?

Depending on your home, one of the best areas to ensure insulation’s fitted is in the loft. Heat naturally rises and without loft lagging installed to a required depth, it’ll simply escape the home.

You should also consider the walls, whether they have a cavity or are instead solid. Most homes built after 1920 will have cavity walls and this can be filled with an insulating foam to prevent heat passing through.

The windows are also an important area when it comes to energy efficiency, and double glazing should always be considered to make the most from heat retention.

But some properties are a lot more difficult than others to insulate, and to do so would set you back more in the way of an investment. For that reason there’s the CERO insulation scheme, specifically designed to help those with hard-to-treat properties.

The CERO insulation scheme has eligibility criteria and covers a range of insulation materials. It’s part of the much broader ECO scheme and the DECC outline some of the hard-to-treat criteria below:

  • Properties that are more than three storeys tall
  • Homes with narrow cavity walls, less than 50mm wide
  • Buildings with uneven cavity walls which have been constructed from natural stone
  • Properties with an uninsulated timber frame cavity
  • Any flat roof property
  • Lofts or roofs that are deemed as hard-to-access.

Essentially, with the CERO insulation scheme you’ll receive a grant to help cover the energy efficiency improvements so make sure not to miss out. It’s a fantastic chance to get help with the insulating of your home.

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Local Cero insulation Projects

Project: detached house with cavity filled side walls and timber framed front and rear on ground floor with solid rendered wall on the first floor to have external wall insulation on the rendered walls Time...
Project: Home owner Detached 1930 Cavity insulation Supplied and fitted Immediate Please call to appoint
Project: External wall insulation house owner 1930 demi detached house without rendering. please contact to appoint
Project: External wall insulation, semi detached chalet house. Only the original walls of the house, not the dormer extension. Time scale: 3-6 months
Project: Currently cavity walls currently empty. Looking for somewhere that is providing the govt. funded insulation work. Let me know if you're able to provide. Homeowner Please contact to appoint
Project: We need wall external insulation under the government grant. The installation has to be totally free. No hidden costs, please. Emails only, please. Time scale: Immediate Homeowner Please contac...
Project: I got an extended single brick kitchen of 4*3 m size which I would like to do external wall insulation. I would like to have a quote to proceed further Time scale: Immediate
Project: Homeowner External wall insulation - FREE government scheme Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
Project: Homeowner Quotation for External (or internal) insulation to be applied to 3 exterior walls of bungalow. Time scale: Immediate Supplied and installed Please contact to appoint
Project: Homeowner CERO insulation End of terrace exterior wall insulation, front and rear of brickwork to be insulated Time scale: 1-3 months Supplied and installed Please contact to appoint
Project: BALL PARK FIGURE Quotes in view of a purchase Customer wanted to find out how much they'd need to spend on bringing the energy efficiency up to date, and if we were eligible for a grant. It i...
Project: Cavity wall insulation using eps beads on a bungalow. ONLY interested in EPS beads. Time scale: 1-3 months Please contact to appoint
Project: I am in the process of buying my grandmothers ex local authority 3 bed house. It has no central heating or loft or cavity wall insulation and it's costing me a fortune to heat and live in (I've been h...
Project: Home owner Pre 1920's house External wall insulation Supplied and fitted Time scale: 3-6 Please contact to appoint *
Project: We need to re-render the front of our house and to replace some of the windows. We are also hoping to improve the thermal efficiency of the house. I am interested in installing external insulation o...
Project: Home owner 3 bedroom Semi detached External wall insulation Time scale: 1-3 months Please contact to appoint
Project: Customers description : External wall insulation to be carried out on 1.5 sides and front of dorma bungalow. Time scale: Immediate Please contact to appoint
Project: Home Owner Insulation of external walls that are made of solid stone. Time scale: 1-3 months Please call to appoint
Project: Home Owner Out side wall insulation and loft insulation Time scale: 1-3 months Please call to appoint
Project: in process of hopefully buying this house. Waiting for confirmation of accepted offer. Should know in about 10 days if all in place. Looking for loft insulation , cavity wall insulation , or and roof ...

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Cero insulation activity in January 2018

Cero insulation Projects in the UK in January 2018

December 2017 November / December
Yorkshire & Humber 61 281%
East Midlands 48 860%
Wales 39 0%
Scotland 29 -86%
North West 18 0%
Greater London 13 0%
South East 8 -94%
South West 7 -87%
Western Midlands 5 -82%
United Kingdom 228 -56%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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Energy Performance of Houses

The below information demonstrates the energy performance of properties in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating comes into play heavily when attempting to sell your home, as prospective buyers will see how much they're probably going to be paying for their heating bills. Home improvements such as insulation help you to significantly boost a home's EPC rating.