We all know that heat rises, but imagine beating energy price rises by saving up to £180* per year on your heating bills and 730kg of CO2 by simply installing loft insulation.
The recommended depth to maximise the energy saving in your home is 270mm. If you have less than this, we can provide insulation top up to help you save more.
Example loft Insulation prices:
|Property Type||No of Beds||
Cost Inc VAT
Cost Inc VAT
|Det - Bungalow||2||£485||£365|
Take advantage of a free home insulation assessment as part of our service which can be arranged at a time to suit you.
Installing loft insulation is easy and hassle free, you´ll also start to feel the benefits straight away!
Our specially negotiated prices include the lagging of all cold water tanks and pipes in the loft and insulating and draft proofing your loft hatch. The insulation is quick and simple to install and can usually be completed within a couple of hours.
The insulation used by the Tesco Home Efficiency is a glass or mineral fibre material and is laid between the joists with additional layers cross-laid at right angles to ensure there are no gaps at the top of the joists.
Please note that insulation available through the Tesco applies only to that laid on the floor of the loft and does not apply to any insulation that may be required under the tiles/slates. Also, unfortunately the insulation that we install is not suitable for converted loft areas or where boards cover over 20% of the floor space.
The installers will lay the new insulation and where necessary over the top of any existing insulation.
The insulation will be laid to allow a gap up to the eaves in order to allow ventilation into the roof space. If additional ventilation is required the installers will discuss the various options with you.
Cold water tanks and water pipes will be checked by the installers to ensure that they meet current insulation requirements. Where necessary additional tank and pipe insulation will be fitted.
The back of the loft hatch will be insulated up to the same depth as the loft insulation. The hatch insulation will be covered in plastic and secured to the hatch. Where possible, draught proofing will be fitted around the edge of the loft hatch.
Once all of the work is complete the installers will remove any surplus debris.