Free Insulation Grants
No Central Heating? No Problem!
Are you a Landlord/Tennant or Homeowner?
Have you got Plug-in Heaters/Storage Heaters or an Electric Water Tank?
Tired of paying for overpriced electric?
Are you, as a tenant or homeowner in receipt of ANY benefits? **
If you answered YES to all questions above
You should be eligible for a FREE GAS CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM
**This funded scheme doesn’t require being on Benefits in Greater Manchester or some Merseyside areas.
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IWI - internal Wall Insulation
At Energi Haven we offer IWI Internal Wall Insulation for:
If you live in a flat or apartment with cavity walls, then it is most likely that your cavity was never insulated. Similar to solid wall, you probably find that no matter how much you spend on central heating or electric, the property always feels cold.
IWI (internal Wall Insulation) is a technology to fit in robust and firm insulation boards to your walls. An internal wooden frame is built that allows a mineral fibre insulation to be filled within it.
What walls do I have?
Why You Should Apply Today?
How It Works
Room in Roof
Many older properties that were originally built with a loft/attic room or ‘Room-in-Roof’ were not insulated at the time. If insulation was installed, it is often inadequate by modern standards. Loft conversions that were carried out more than 30 years ago are also likely to be poorly insulated, if at all. Many loft rooms are therefore cold and difficult or impossible to heat.
100% grants are subject to a free, no-obligation survey. In most cases it is free but you may be asked to pay a small contribution, depending on the size and efficiency of the property.
What is Room In Roof Insulation?
Insulating batts are secured to the walls and the sloping part of the ceiling. Slabs of insulating material are fitted between the batts and plasterboard is secured over the insulation. The room is then skimmed ready for decoration. In some circumstances, insulation boards can be pushed up into the roof behind the sloping part of the ceiling and also secured behind the walls.