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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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Internal wall insulation (IWI) is installed in your home to reduce coldness to your walls and reduce your energy bills. It’s a very simple and clean process which adds high value to your property, the insulation material is laid on the inside walls or within a wooden frame, making your house warmer and keeping your heating costs down.

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?

A solid wall is usually made of concrete, stone or brick. A solid wall property means there is no cavity. You can quickly check if you have a solid or cavity wall from the way that the bricks are laid – see image above. If solid brick wall, then you can see both the brick ends and the lengths. For cavity wall you only see the brick lengths.
Insulation Wall Diagram
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How It Works

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Free Survey Booked
Insulation Installed
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100% grant to pay for Room in Roof

Room in Roof
Insulation Grants

Room in Roof Insulation grants are available to pay for the entire cost of having loft or attic rooms insulated. If you receive a benefit that qualifies, then you should be entitled to a 100% grant to pay for Room in Roof Insulation, depending on the type of heating system you have installed. The grant funding is part of the Government’s Energy Companies Obligation scheme The main Energy Suppliers such as British Gas, NPower, etc. have to pay for Insulation in private, domestic households.

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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.

room in roof insulation
If there is a traditional loft space above the rooms, this will also be insulated by laying rolls of glass fibre insulation on the floor of the loft. There is little disruption and the whole process is usually completed in a day or two.
under floor insulation

Free Under Floor Insulation

Insulating under the floorboards on the ground floor of your home could save you around £40 a year from your heating bills. At the same time as installing under floor insulation, the installer will seal the gaps between the floors and the skirting boards to reduce draughts. However, many newer homes have concrete ground floors and we cannot insulate those under the Under Floor Insulation Grants Scheme.
The ground floor of your home MUST have suspended wooden floors. The easiest way to check is to turn back the carpet in a corner of a GROUND FLOOR room to see whether the floor is concrete or wood. It could be wooden floor boards or wooden sheets. Another way of checking, is by looking at the external brickwork of your home. If you have air bricks below the damp proof membrane at ground level, your home will have suspended wooden floors. This is because the air bricks allow ventilation below your ground floor, something not possible with concrete floors.

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