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INSULATION INSTALLERS

Installing loft insulation is tricky work, but that’s where we come in to help. Our friendly team members are universally experienced, competent and efficient in this field of work. After a FREE home visit and assessment of your property, they will make sure that the right amount of sustainable loft insulation is installed, all for a reasonable price and with funding options available.

Insulation is the process of trapping as much heat as possible inside an enclosed location. In the business of home improvement services, loft insulation installation is one of many applications of this simple principle.

By creating a thermal barrier between a loft ceiling and the rest of a house, rising hot air created by heating appliances such as radiators, fireplaces and electric fans can be prevented from escaping through the roof. If a building is not adequately insulated, that excess heat floats up into the sky and gets lost in the atmosphere. By getting loft insulation installed, you can be doing your bit to help the country meet its CO2 reduction targets.

 

  • Lower energy bills
  • A warmer home, even during cold weather
  • Less condensation build-up
  • Less condensation build-up

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SUSTAINABLE LOFT INSULATION



Loft Insulation Installer offer a wide range of different eco-friendly loft insulation materials, including recycled plastic, sheep wool, and foil. But what is actually used as loft insulation? Most materials used for loft insulation are mechanically woven into wool-like patterns and flattened into rolls of thick padding, though you may be astounded by the variety of ‘origin stories’ these materials can have. Insulation fibre can be taken from organic sources such as sheep wool, recycled plastic… or even aluminium foil!


RECYCLED PLASTIC LOFT INSULATION (SUPASOFT)

Each pack made out of thousands of disused plastic bottles, SupaSoft is a leading brand of recycled plastic loft insulation. Easy to install, safe to handle and silky to the touch, SupaSoft is a reliable, environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional loft insulation material.


RECYCLED PLASTIC LOFT INSULATION (SUPASOFT)

Each pack made out of thousands of disused plastic bottles, SupaSoft is a leading brand of recycled plastic loft insulation. Easy to install, safe to handle and silky to the touch, SupaSoft is a reliable, environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional loft insulation material.


RECYCLED PLASTIC LOFT INSULATION (SUPASOFT)

Each pack made out of thousands of disused plastic bottles, SupaSoft is a leading brand of recycled plastic loft insulation. Easy to install, safe to handle and silky to the touch, SupaSoft is a reliable, environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional loft insulation material.

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QUALIFIED & APPROVED LOFT INSULATION INSTALLERS

ll of our expert loft insulation fitters are acclaimed by many professional organisations. Loft Insulation Installer are proud to have received awards and certifications for the excellent loft insulation fitting service we provide. Here are just a few of our accreditations:

 WHY CHOOSE PROFESSIONAL 

LOFT INSULATION INSTALLERS

  • Less stressful – For a guaranteed high-quality standard of work, a professional service like ours is always a safer bet compared to the likely stressful task of attempting to install insulation yourself.
  • High quality -With all of our experienced installers extensively trained and fully equipped, the risks of faulty fitting, personal injury or damage to your property are minimised when they are on the job.
  • It’s safer – Installation of insulation can be messy, uncomfortable and dangerous work due to the sharp, easily inhaled particles that shed from allergenic materials such as fibreglass, which may already be installed in your home and need replacing.
  • Less risky – We enforce the use of proper equipment to ensure everyone’s safety, such as goggles and face masks, to prevent particle inhalation and other injuries.
  • It’s tidier – Our loft insulation fitters are able to thoroughly survey your property to assess any potential hazards before the work begins, and will even tidy up any mess after the work is done for good measure.


OUR LOFT INSULATION PROCESS

Discover more about the steps we’ll take in the loft insulation process. Our simple, hassle-free process is designed to take you smoothly from initial enquiry to installing your loft insulation.


01

FREE SURVEY

Before beginning the installation work, our professional surveyors will review your property to get a feel for the building’s dimensions and whether it is suitable for loft insulation. This is a great opportunity for us to create a brief project overview, assessing the ventilation, lighting, potential hazards, stability of the loft floorboards, and more.


02

FREE SURVEY

Before beginning the installation work, our professional surveyors will review your property to get a feel for the building’s dimensions and whether it is suitable for loft insulation. This is a great opportunity for us to create a brief project overview, assessing the ventilation, lighting, potential hazards, stability of the loft floorboards, and more.


03

FREE SURVEY

Before beginning the installation work, our professional surveyors will review your property to get a feel for the building’s dimensions and whether it is suitable for loft insulation. This is a great opportunity for us to create a brief project overview, assessing the ventilation, lighting, potential hazards, stability of the loft floorboards, and more.


04

FREE SURVEY

Before beginning the installation work, our professional surveyors will review your property to get a feel for the building’s dimensions and whether it is suitable for loft insulation. This is a great opportunity for us to create a brief project overview, assessing the ventilation, lighting, potential hazards, stability of the loft floorboards, and more.


05

FREE SURVEY

Before beginning the installation work, our professional surveyors will review your property to get a feel for the building’s dimensions and whether it is suitable for loft insulation. This is a great opportunity for us to create a brief project overview, assessing the ventilation, lighting, potential hazards, stability of the loft floorboards, and more.

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Why is loft insulation a good idea?



Loft insulation is effective for at least 40 years and it should pay for itself many times over by preventing heat escaping and cold air from coming in.

Save up to £415 on energy bills



Less heat escaping means less energy used to heat your home, saving you money

Save up to £415 on energy bills



Less heat escaping means less energy used to heat your home, saving you money

Save up to £415 on energy bills



Less heat escaping means less energy used to heat your home, saving you money

Save up to £415 on energy bills



Less heat escaping means less energy used to heat your home, saving you money

Frequently Asked Question

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4) is a government energy-efficiency scheme in Great Britain, designed to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions. ECO is an obligation placed on energy companies to deliver energy efficiency measures to domestic premises. ECO is not a grant scheme; it is up to the energy companies to determine which retrofit projects they choose to fund, the level of funding they provide, and the Retrofit Coordinator and installers that they choose to work with.

ECO4 focusses on improving the least energy efficient homes and households in fuel poverty, as only properties in bands D-G can be treated. It also aims to deliver a more complete upgrade of those homes, shifting to a multi-measure whole-house retrofit approach. Furthermore, a minimum number of private tenure homes in energy efficiency rating band E, F and G must be upgraded throughout ECO4, ensuring the least efficient homes are treated.

There is a new Minimum Requirement (MR) to improve the energy efficiency rating of band D and E homes to at least a band C and band F and G homes to at least a band D. ECO4 aims to encourage the installation of various energy efficient measures such as insulation measures, first time central heating, renewable heating, and district heating connections.

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4) is a government energy-efficiency scheme in Great Britain, designed to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions. ECO is an obligation placed on energy companies to deliver energy efficiency measures to domestic premises. ECO is not a grant scheme; it is up to the energy companies to determine which retrofit projects they choose to fund, the level of funding they provide, and the Retrofit Coordinator and installers that they choose to work with.

ECO4 focusses on improving the least energy efficient homes and households in fuel poverty, as only properties in bands D-G can be treated. It also aims to deliver a more complete upgrade of those homes, shifting to a multi-measure whole-house retrofit approach. Furthermore, a minimum number of private tenure homes in energy efficiency rating band E, F and G must be upgraded throughout ECO4, ensuring the least efficient homes are treated.

There is a new Minimum Requirement (MR) to improve the energy efficiency rating of band D and E homes to at least a band C and band F and G homes to at least a band D. ECO4 aims to encourage the installation of various energy efficient measures such as insulation measures, first time central heating, renewable heating, and district heating connections.

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4) is a government energy-efficiency scheme in Great Britain, designed to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions. ECO is an obligation placed on energy companies to deliver energy efficiency measures to domestic premises. ECO is not a grant scheme; it is up to the energy companies to determine which retrofit projects they choose to fund, the level of funding they provide, and the Retrofit Coordinator and installers that they choose to work with.

ECO4 focusses on improving the least energy efficient homes and households in fuel poverty, as only properties in bands D-G can be treated. It also aims to deliver a more complete upgrade of those homes, shifting to a multi-measure whole-house retrofit approach. Furthermore, a minimum number of private tenure homes in energy efficiency rating band E, F and G must be upgraded throughout ECO4, ensuring the least efficient homes are treated.

There is a new Minimum Requirement (MR) to improve the energy efficiency rating of band D and E homes to at least a band C and band F and G homes to at least a band D. ECO4 aims to encourage the installation of various energy efficient measures such as insulation measures, first time central heating, renewable heating, and district heating connections.

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4) is a government energy-efficiency scheme in Great Britain, designed to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions. ECO is an obligation placed on energy companies to deliver energy efficiency measures to domestic premises. ECO is not a grant scheme; it is up to the energy companies to determine which retrofit projects they choose to fund, the level of funding they provide, and the Retrofit Coordinator and installers that they choose to work with.

ECO4 focusses on improving the least energy efficient homes and households in fuel poverty, as only properties in bands D-G can be treated. It also aims to deliver a more complete upgrade of those homes, shifting to a multi-measure whole-house retrofit approach. Furthermore, a minimum number of private tenure homes in energy efficiency rating band E, F and G must be upgraded throughout ECO4, ensuring the least efficient homes are treated.

There is a new Minimum Requirement (MR) to improve the energy efficiency rating of band D and E homes to at least a band C and band F and G homes to at least a band D. ECO4 aims to encourage the installation of various energy efficient measures such as insulation measures, first time central heating, renewable heating, and district heating connections.

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4) is a government energy-efficiency scheme in Great Britain, designed to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions. ECO is an obligation placed on energy companies to deliver energy efficiency measures to domestic premises. ECO is not a grant scheme; it is up to the energy companies to determine which retrofit projects they choose to fund, the level of funding they provide, and the Retrofit Coordinator and installers that they choose to work with.

ECO4 focusses on improving the least energy efficient homes and households in fuel poverty, as only properties in bands D-G can be treated. It also aims to deliver a more complete upgrade of those homes, shifting to a multi-measure whole-house retrofit approach. Furthermore, a minimum number of private tenure homes in energy efficiency rating band E, F and G must be upgraded throughout ECO4, ensuring the least efficient homes are treated.

There is a new Minimum Requirement (MR) to improve the energy efficiency rating of band D and E homes to at least a band C and band F and G homes to at least a band D. ECO4 aims to encourage the installation of various energy efficient measures such as insulation measures, first time central heating, renewable heating, and district heating connections.