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Protecting Home Energy

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Protecting Home Energy is an experienced, professional, reliable and competitive service assisting you in saving money and...
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Advantage Environmental & Construction Ltd are a professional company that predominately deals with all types of Asbestos ...
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THERMAHOME

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thermaHome offers domestic property assessments for many types of roofing work. We also provide free home assessments and ...
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BLUE SKY DEVELOPERS

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Blue Sky Developers is a registered company in the UK that specialises in all building services you could require. We are ...
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ZNS CONSTRUCTION

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ZNS Construction is a family owned honest, reliable, reputable building and construction company. We take pride in our wor...

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09 Aug

Building work | Sound Proofing

Ilford - IG2

Enquiry from: Sophie P

Start Date: Immediate

sound proofing existing window are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: other how many rooms are you looking to have sounds proofed: 1 room what level of service do you require...

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09 Aug

Insulation | Cavity Wall

Thornton Heath - CR7

Enquiry from: Daphne A

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customer made an online enquiry for cavity wall insulation and confirmed on email they would like a call with a builder to discuss prices.please call to arrange an appointment to quote. are you the pr...

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31 Jul

Insulation | Loft / Roof

London - SW6

Enquiry from: Mo M

Start Date: Immediate

Loft insulation. About 6 rolls. easy access, natural light. Empty loft

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26 Jul

Insulation | Cavity Wall

Southall - UB1

Enquiry from: Raza A

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*Homeowner Cavity wall insulation Please call to appoint

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18 Jul

Insulation | External Wall

London - E10

Enquiry from: Razia C

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I am looking for flat roof insulation prices.

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09 Jul

Insulation | Cavity Wall

New Malden - KT3

Enquiry from: Chris W

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price for installing cavity wall insulation to a 1930s chalet style semi-detached house. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many bedrooms do you have: ...

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24 Jun

Insulation | Loft / Roof

London - SW19

Enquiry from: Juliet W

Start Date: Immediate

Cash back. Juliet Wall

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20 Jun

Insulation | Loft / Roof

London - W5

Enquiry from: Roger K

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​the sloping loft room ceiling, ashlar wall and eves void floor are uninsulated and i’m interested in a quote. thanks a lot, roger are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: ...

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20 Jun

Insulation | Cavity Wall

London - SW20

Enquiry from: Moein T

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customer has a insulation project they are looking to have done, specially they want quotes for cavity wall insulation. they are unsure of options so would like to discuss with a builder.confirmed int...

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14 Jun

Insulation | Loft / Roof

Beckenham - BR3

Enquiry from: David P

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customer made an enquiry for loft & roof insulation and confirmed on the quotatis site they would like quotes from a builder.mr lives in the beckenham area and would like a call to discuss options.see...

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14 Jun

Insulation | Cavity Wall

Beckenham - BR3

Enquiry from: David P

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mr requested quotes for cavity wall insulation from a builder around beckenham. they are considering a couple of projects at the moment.call anytime to arrange appointment to discuss. the information ...

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08 Jun

Building work | Sound Proofing

Harrow - HA2

Enquiry from: Tony M

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ceiling in frontroom and kitchen soundproofed are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: other how many rooms are you looking to have sounds proofed: 2 rooms what level of ser...

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07 Jun

Insulation | External Wall

London - N16

Enquiry from: Martin S

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i am looking for retrofit insulation of the pitched roof on our end-of-terrace house (no loft, the upper floor ceiling is the pitched roof), ideally as non-intrusive as possible, something that can be...

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07 Jun

Insulation | External Wall

Beckenham - BR3

Enquiry from: David P

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outside walls at the back of the semi detached house need insulatiing are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 bedrooms propert...

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05 Jun

Insulation | Cavity Wall

London - SE8

Enquiry from: Debbie T

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Cavity Wall Insulation 2 Bed flat

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26 May

Insulation | Cavity Wall

Southall - UB1

Enquiry from: Raza A

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*Homeowner Cavity wall insulation Please call to appoint

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23 May

Insulation | Cavity Wall

Southall - UB1

Enquiry from: Raza A

Start Date: Immediate

Send me quote as wants to do Eps or PuF, or visit me to check and give me suggestions

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29 Apr

Insulation | Loft / Roof

London - NW1

Enquiry from: Alice G

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customer in london areas is looking to do a couple of projects at the moment, and would like quotes for loft & roof insulation.confirmed interest via email at 29/04/2022 08:53.please call to arrange a...

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29 Apr

Insulation | Cavity Wall

London - NW1

Enquiry from: Alice G

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customer has a insulation project they are looking to have done, specially they want quotes for cavity wall insulation. they are unsure of options so would like to discuss with a builder.confirmed int...

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18 Apr

Insulation | Loft / Roof

Northwood - HA6

Enquiry from: Amit T

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Looking for full insulation of roof. Currently only partly insulated

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How much do Insulation Installer services cost?

How much do Insulation Installers in London County cost?
Costs for Insulation Installers around London County can be very different depending upon the sort of work that you need to have carried out in your home. It's the inquiry we get asked a great deal "how much do Insulation Installers in London County cost?". It's always good to have an idea of how much a Insulation Installer are going to likely charge for their services. Prices will probably change based upon the products and the tradesperson chosen. The list reveals the kinds of work that Insulation Installers generally do and also the average cost variety of these jobs. Some projects take longer to complete than others so costs do be very different by job.

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The average price
of an Insulation Installer in London County is:

£4,300

Insulation Installer job Insulation Installer cost in 2022
Loft insulation in London County £450-£690
Cavity wall insulation in London County £400-£820
Roof insulation in London County £7,500-£11,500
Soundproofing in London County £900-£1,380
External wall insulation in London County £6,000-£15,000

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Insulation Installer FAQs

how thick should loft insulation be?

Over the years there has been an increase in the recommended thickness of loft insulation by the government. Obviously, the reason behind this is pretty simply - the thicker the layer of your loft insulation the bigger your savings. The UK government is very keen to every house in the country to have loft insulation fitted where possible as it helps to minimize the heating demands of these properties. Households get to benefit from loft insulation in so many ways which includes reduced energy energy bills as well as having a home that stays at a more comfortable temperature for longer.

 

Generally, for the government energy efficiency is crucial as it implies that the highest demand ( which is usually the time of the day when gas or electricity use is at its peak ) reduces, since each building requires slightly less energy. Overall, that ultimately implies that new power plants don’t have to be built which is some nice cost savings for the government.

 

In the 1980’s, any thickness of loft insulation from 25 mm to 50 mm was considered the standard. But then, building regulations stated that homes should have as much as 100 mm of loft insulation. Over time, this gradually increased to 270mm for new builds and also recommended for other properties, although not essential. As a result of this, there’s always a need to check how much insulation you currently have in your loft before you decide to purchase more. You may discover that you already have something within the range of 20 mm to 200 mm up there and knowing this and the insulation values will assist in determining how much more you’ll need to purchase, if any at all. You should also note that some modern materials can offer the same thermal insulation whilst not being as thick.

How to fit external insulation?

With the title of this blog, do not be deceived into thinking the purpose is to encourage you to install an external insulation by yourself. Even as a competent DIYer, it’s not advisable to buy a couple of materials and start slapping it into the wall hoping for the best outcome. External insulation is by no means a DIY job and without the proper training and experience, it can easily turn out disastrous resulting in loss of time, effort and money in such a valuable project. This blog, however, will give you a great insight on how the installation process works and help maximize knowledge ensuring you do not spend more than necessary.

External Insulation Installation

lRender Test

• This is done to ensure the existing render is good enough for insulation support.

• If positive, the insulation can be applied directly onto it.

• If negative, ensure removal of the old render before fitting the insulation.

lPipework Adjustment & Removal

• Remove all pipework prior to insulation fitting

• Install temporary downpipes to ensure water is not wasted and everything continue to function normally during the insulation fitting process.

lWindow Protection

• Protect the window with a protective layer or film.

lStarter Track Fitting

• Determine level you want the insulation to start (height).

• Fit the aluminium start track or carrier tray at the identified level.

lInsulation Boards Fitting

• Apply a layer of adhesive to the board and glue them to the wall in a staggered pattern.

• Cut to fit round all obstructions and windows.

• File off the edge of the board where necessary using a rasp upon successful fitting of the boards

lMechanical Fixing Inclusion

• Hammer around 10 fixings per square metre into the board.

• This is to secure the insulation boards.

lBeading Fitting

• Add corner beads and stop beads to ensure the insulation is secure and to prevent it from making contact with other materials.

lReinforcing Mesh & Render Addition

• Apply two layers of strengthening properties and between the two layers of render, include a fibre glass mesh.

lPrimer Application

• Paint on the primer

lFinal Render Application

• Choose your most preferred texture and colour as this will be the last coating of the installation process.

lPipework Re-installation

• Re-install all detached pipework at the start of the installation process.

what is the best loft insulation?

If you have a loft, then the next thing that’s crucial is a loft insulation. Asides from cutting down on your carbon footprint, when you’re able to install an effective loft insulation you can slash your heating bills by up to £250 per year. What’s more? Besides making your home more energy efficient, it can also increase the value of your property a great deal. So if you’re also considering the insulation of your loft, one of the few things that comes to mind is, what loft insulation is the best to incorporate? In order to help you make the best informed decision possible, this post is going to address this issue and put you on the right path.

 

In truth, there’s no way to say exactly which type of insulation is the best as all types usually have a different purpose as well as usage. The insulation you choose for your home’s loft is be based largely on the how you’re going to make use of the space as well as any unique challenges you might face given the shape of your home’s loft. Below are some types of insulation to give you a better idea:

  • Blanket insulation. This is the most common type that comes in rolls of rock, glass or mineral fibre ( or foil-backed felt ). It normally the most affordable and also a good all-purpose insulation which is easy to fit although not suitable for the roof.
  • Loose-fill insulation. This type of insulation features a loose, lightweight material such as cork granules, cellulose fibre, mineral wool etc. It can either be incorporated as a top up or on its own. The primary drawback is it isn’t very secure and can also be very messy.
  • Sheet insulation. This is the best solution for the roof’s underside as it offers a highly effective insulation for your loft space and can also be decorated over. The drawback here is that it’s usually the most expensive type to purchase and install.
Which type of insulation is best?

The best type of insulation for your property will depend on the type of walls and any insulation that’s already present. It’s usually a good idea to have some form of wall insulation as well as loft insulation, as this helps to prevent heat loss in both areas.

does loft insulation cause condensation?

The short and simple answer to this question is yes, loft insulation does cause condensation. Over the years, problems with condensation in loft spaces have become increasingly common. While this may not be harmful in anyway, when the condensation becomes excessive it can lead to more serious issues taking root in your loft like wet rot, dry rot as well as black spot mould. Generally, the best thing to do if you’re concerned about the condensation in your loft space and that it may rapidly become a bigger problem is to get in touch with a damp specialist as soon as possible.

 

Even though insulating your loft space comes with a wide array of benefits like making the top floor rooms warmer, it’s however comes at the cost of making your loft or room space cooler. Condensation in lofts take place primarily due to the humid air making its way through insulation or other gaps into the loft space and touching a cooler surface which in turn results in beads of moisture on the timbers, lintels as well as the underside of the roof. This is why its always a great idea make use of thermal insulation with a vapour barrier that’s installed on the warmer side of the insulating material.

 

Condensation in loft is caused by excess moisture in the air and lack of adequate air ventilation. Here are some top reasons that gives rise to this in the loft:

  • Extra insulation has been installed in the loft leading to a restriction on the natural air circulation in the property.
  • When the storage boxes or other items that has been stockpiled in the loft blocks the roof vents.
  • The release of steam and moist air into the loft space by hot water tanks.
How long does it take to install insulation?

How long it takes to install insulation will depend on the size of your property. In general, loft and cavity wall insulation can be installed in a day or two. External wall insulation will usually take longer to install. The rep or installer will be able to advise you when quoting for the job how long this will be.

How to get free external wall insulation?

This is a very great opportunity to not only get free external wall insulation, but also cut down your energy bills depending on the type of property you live in. Generally, to enjoy free external wall insulation you must at least be part of the group receiving one of the benefits listed below and also depends on the amount of money you earn. The benefits include:

• Income based jobseeker’s allowance (JSA)

• Income support

• Income-related employment and support allowance (ESA)

• Tax credits

• Pension credit guarantee credit.

• Universal credit.

There are also other important factors that determines if you can have a free insulation fitted on your property. These includes the place you reside, the carbon level of your home and according to some suppliers, the level of beneficial impact the insulation will have on your home. In order to have a free external wall insulation installed, you must either be the owner of your home or at least obtain the go ahead from your landlord before any external wall insulation activity can be made.

Good news is, if you fit the aforementioned criteria and you’ve already installed an external wall insulation, you just may be entitled to receive a refund for the good job done. However, to really find out if you’re eligible, we’d recommend you get in touch with your supplier directly. Also, the Energy Saving Trust (EST) can direct you to some organizations who can assist you in the determination of your eligibility.

As a home and property owner living in England, you can also check out the Each Home Counts Advice Website which is committed to giving impartial energy efficiency advice.

At the end of the day, if it turns out you happen to be ineligible for a free external wall insulation, you can still go ahead to contact a professional installer for a help at a competitive price to enjoy the several benefits that comes with home insulation.

how does loft insulation work?

A lot of an uninsulated property’s heat is lost through the roof and that’s even more alarming, when you realize this figure is up to a quarter of the total heat of the house. Hence, the tremendous importance of preventing this heat loss through loft insulation which will go a long way to help you against spending unnecessary thousands of pounds on heating bill as well as energy loss.

 

Loft insulation is an effective method to achieve the desired result, however the question is, how exactly does it work? Well, it’s time to find out!

 

Using either a fireplace or central heating to heat up your home, a large quantity of that heat would be lost through the roof of your home. Generally, heat rises and when it does, there’s simply no way to prevent it - it’s just science. Escaping by both the conduction and convection methods via your roof, the heat escaping through your ceiling, into the loft space and out into the open air outside can only be significantly reduced by laying loft insulation.

 

Generally, the added layer of insulation works by trapping the heat inside the room below the loft so as to enable the air within your house to stay warmer for longer. What’s more? The layer of insulation also keeps cold air from the outside from entering your home. As a result, you don’t have to heat your home as much in order to achieve the same temperature for each individual room. Over time, just by doing this you can potentially save hundreds pounds. Getting it installed in your home may actually seem a bit expensive at first, but it’s something that’ll eventually pay off.

Insulation Installer help and advice

6 Essential Tips for Installing Insulation Published: 16/02/2017 If you think your home needs new insulation, you have two choices. You can either hire a contractor to install it or have a go at doing it yourself. Insulation needs installing properly to ensure that it’s safe and effective. Hiring a professional to fit it is a reliable way to make sure this happens. […] Read this article
Your Loft Insulation Questions Answered Published: 06/09/2016 You might have a few loft insulation questions if you’ve never had insulation before. And even if your loft is already insulated, you might not know all the ins and outs of the process. So here we are – we’ve answered some of the most popular questions about loft insulation so you can make sense […] Read this article
How to Draught Proof your Home and Save Money Published: 07/07/2016 If you want to save money on your energy bills but don’t want to spend too much money, you could draught proof your home. Draught proofing is very efficient and will reduce your energy bills without you having to spend much money on materials. You’ll need to find all the unwanted gaps in your home […] Read this article

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