Are you tired of paying high energy bills and feeling the chill in your home even when your heating is on?
If so, it’s time to consider insulating your home. Insulation is one of the most effective ways to keep your home warm, reduce your energy bills, and improve your carbon footprint.
A poorly insulated home loses up to 35% of its heating through the roof and walls.
You could be paying £1,280 more per year in wasted heating costs, according to the Energy Savings Trust.
Attic insulation is one of the most popular forms of insulating your home – and for good reason. Up to 25% of the heat in your home can be lost through an uninsulated roof.
By insulating your attic, you can prevent heat loss, reduce your energy bills, and make your home more comfortable all year round. The good news is that there are attic insulation grants available to UK homeowners with the ECO4 funding scheme.
Room in Roof Insulation
Another type of insulating your home that can make a big difference to your energy bills is room in roof insulation. This involves insulating the walls and ceiling of a converted attic or loft space, often called a room in the roof.
This can significantly reduce heat loss, making your home more energy efficient and comfortable. Plus, there are room in roof insulation grants available to help you cover the cost of the installation. Check out the ECO4 funding scheme here.
If you’re looking for a room in roof insulation installer, contact our friendly team at Eclipse Energy. It’s important to choose a reputable and experienced company that has experience with room in roof insulation and can provide you with references from previous customers.
Underfloor insulation is another effective way to reduce energy bills and make your home more comfortable. It involves adding insulation material beneath the floorboards of your home, which helps to prevent heat loss through the floor.
There are different types of underfloor insulation materials available, including rigid foam boards, mineral wool, and polyurethane spray foam. The choice of material will depend on various factors, including the type of floor, the size of the crawl space, and the budget.
It is often a cost-effective solution that can deliver significant energy savings and a more comfortable living environment. Other benefits include:
- Improved thermal efficiency – without making significant structural changes
- Reduced energy bills
- Increased comfort
- Reduce noise levels
- Prevent draughts
- Home more peaceful and comfortable
Finally, it’s worth noting that insulating your home may be eligible for funding under the government’s ECO4 scheme. This provides grants to eligible low-income homeowners, tenants and landlords to help cover the cost of energy-saving measures such as insulating your home.
So, if you’re considering insulating your home, be sure to check whether you qualify for any funding support by contacting Eclipse Energy today.