Cavity wall extraction
Does cavity wall insulation reduce your heating bills? Yes. Does it always work? Unfortunately, no. There are three reasons your cavity wall insulation may not work: poor choice of materials, installation issues, or property damage. In these situations, you may have to remove your cavity wall insulation.
Why your cavity wall insulation has failed
When cavity wall insulation has been installed properly, it can help you to reduce your heating bills and conserve energy. That is when it has been installed properly and has not be compromised. Before we discuss the various problems, your cavity wall insulation could be having that’s causing it to fail, it’s worth discussing the difference between solid walls and cavity walls and what cavity wall insulation involves.
What if you don’t know if you have cavity wall insulation or not? Generally, if your house was built after the 90’s, it will have wall insulation. However, if it is older, it is possible that it may not have any insulation whatsoever.
Whether you have cavity wall insulation or not, it is worth checking if you need it to help reduce your bills, an upgrade or it extracting. our friendly staff are on hand to talk you through the best decision.
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- Rubble & Debris in the cavity space.
- Timber / steel frame is not suitable.
- Void & missing cavity insulation.
- Old foam shrinks over time.
- Damp & mould & condensation.
- Flood or fire damaged.
- Wall tie replacement.
- Building refurbishment.
- Blocked air vents causes floor rot.
- Upgrading cavity insulation.
- Wet & damp cavity insulation.
Why Remove Cavity Wall insulation?
Rubble & Debris in the cavity space.
Timber framed isn’t suitable.
Steel framed isn’t suitable.
Void & missing cavity insulation.
Old foam shrinks over time.
Damp & mould & condensation.
Flood or fire damaged.
Wall tie replacement.
Wet & damp cavity insulation.
Upgrading cavity insulation.
Blocked air vents causes floor rot.
Fill out our online contact form
Once we get your application through, one of our team members will contact you and discuss your requirements.
Government grant support
Our team will send you via online form, ‘Annex D: Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme Installation Form (V.2.4)’.