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Loft Insulation

Direct Savings have access to UK government ECO funding grants which allows us to deliver up to 100% funded loft insulation to any property which qualifies.

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Uninsulated Lofts

Loft insulation is a cost-effective way to improve the energy efficiency of your home and reduce your energy bills. Installing loft insulation in your home can provide numerous benefits, including:

  1. Reduced Energy Bills: Loft insulation helps to prevent heat from escaping through your roof, which means that your home will retain more heat and require less energy to maintain a comfortable temperature. This can lead to significant reductions in your energy bills, especially during the winter months.

  2. Increased Comfort: Loft insulation helps to regulate the temperature in your home, which means that your home will be warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. This can improve the overall comfort of your home, making it a more pleasant place to live.

  3. Improved Energy Efficiency: Installing loft insulation can improve the energy efficiency of your home, which means that you will use less energy to heat your home. This can help to reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.

  4. Long-lasting Benefits: Loft insulation is a long-lasting solution, with many types of insulation having a lifespan of up to 40 years. This means that you can enjoy the benefits of reduced energy bills and increased comfort for many years to come.

Installation Process

Mineral fibre rolls are laid between the joists at the required thickness. Currently (as of November 2016) building regulations and the Energy Saving's Trust recommend 300mm thickness. However, if you are looking to simply top up the current thickness of the insulation in your loft we can supply insulation material with depths of 100, 150, 170 and 200mm.

Insulation to tanks and pipes are also carried out as part of the insulation process. Installers will also check that their is adequate ventilation between the newly laid insulation and the roof. This is to avoid any condensation forming in the now cold roof space.



A member of our team would be happy to assist!

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