We are specialists in Cavity Wall Insulation in Leinster
Cavity Wall Insulation is a process that involves injecting insulating material into the gap between the inner and outer “skins” (walls) of a building to prevent heat loss.
Most modern houses, especially those built from the 1990s onwards, have cavity walls. They are characterized by two external brick walls with an air-gap between them.
The installation generally takes just one day, depending on the size of the house.
Yes, the SEAI offer a grant of up to €1700 for Cavity Wall Insulation
Cavity Wall Insulation can significantly reduce the amount of heat your home loses, helping keep it warm and drastically cutting down your heating bills.
Improper installation of insulation can lead to skin, eye, and respiratory irritation. Some insulation materials also pose fire hazards if incorrectly installed. That’s why hiring professionals ensures that installation is done safely and effectively.
Signs of under-insulation include fluctuating indoor temperatures, high energy bills, and walls that are cold to the touch in winter. If your home has these symptoms, it’s a good idea to get an insulation check-up.
It’s installed by drilling small holes in the external wall of your house, through which insulating material is injected. The holes are then filled to maintain the exterior appearance.