Loft insulation

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An uninsulated loft space (the area at the top of a house, directly under the roof) will let around a quarter of a home’s heat escape.

Loft insulation involves, quite simply, lining the floor of your loft with a highly thermally-efficient insulation material. The loft insulation can either be rolled out in a layer or blown as loose material onto the floor space. The recommended depth of insulation is 270mm.

It is one of the easiest methods of improving home energy efficiency. Installed in just a couple of hours, it can reduce your heating bills by around £145 per year. With these type of savings possible, the cost of installation will pay for itself time and time again. It also reduces the amount of C02 emitted into the atmosphere.

With energy becoming more and more expensive, there has never been a better time to install loft insulation and start benefiting from reduced heating bills.

Domestic and General are expert installers of various types of loft insulation and can offer advice on exactly which loft insulation material would best suit your property.

What else can I do to insulate my home?

Deciding to insulate your loft space is a great first step to achieving better energy efficiency for your home and the associated reductions in your heating bills. However, to really capitalise on reductions in heating bills through energy efficiency, you should also consider insulating your walls too.

Walls, depending on whether they are solid or cavity-constructed, allow up to around 45 per cent of a home’s heat escape. Domestic & General Insulation offer a range of insulation solutions for any home.

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