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Home Insulation

You can reduce the impact your home has on the environment and keep your energy bills low by installing insulation to minimise heat loss in your home

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In the UK, regardless of whether it’s summer or winter, you never know when the temperature is going to suddenly drop and you need to heat your property.

Your insulation should be working at all times to keep the temperature inside your home consistent, without you having to constantly leave the heating on to keep it that way.  

Having efficient home insulation will ensure that the property maintains a comfortable temperature without having to worry whilst also keeping your energy bills low.

Insulation is not made to keep the cold out of your house, it is designed to slow down heat-loss from the building. There are many different ways you can insulate your property bust the most common methods are insulating the roof, walls and floors.

Typically a home that has not been insulated efficiently can expect to lose 30% of heat through the walls and a further 25% through the roof.


Euro Energy Group are professional installers that are on hand to help you make any type of home insulation improvement.

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Benefits of home insulation

Insulating your home is a smart decision with far-reaching benefits. Proper insulation makes your home more energy-efficient by creating a buffer against heat loss and gain. 

This means you’ll save money on heating and cooling costs while enjoying a more comfortable living space all year round. Additionally, insulation helps buffer noise, making your home a quieter sanctuary. 

As an eco-conscious choice, insulation reduces your carbon footprint. And if you ever decide to sell, a well-insulated home is a more attractive prospect for buyers, potentially increasing its value.

Loft insulation fitting

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Mineral fibre material

Installing loft insulation is like unrolling a rug. A mineral fibre material is laid between the joists and then over the joists in your loft or roof space. This thick material captures heat normally lost through the roof and stops draughts getting in. If you already have loft insulation that is 100mm or less, you could still benefit from a top-up. 

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Tanks and pipe insulation

Our installers take care to work around tanks and pipes ensuring they are also adequately insulated as part of the process. Our team will also check there is enough ventilation between the roof and newly laid insulation. This ventilation is necessary as we want to avoid condensation forming in the now cold roof space.

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Average instalation time

Laying insulation is usually a straight-forward job for our experienced installers, but we make sure we cover all bases to ensure there are no surprises when we carry out our initial site-visit.  It roughly takes up to 2 hours to install loft Insulation in an average three-bedroom house. Larger homes and bungalows may take a little longer.. 


Loft Insulation Funding

Heat loss in your home can often be traced to an uninsulated or inadequately insulated loft. Adding insulation is a very simple but effective way you can minimise that loss of heat and ultimately save yourself money.


Room in Roof Insulation, often called Attic/Roof Space Insulation sounds more complicated than it is. It’s basically insulation of an additional room in the roof area that has access via a staircase and one or more windows installed. 

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flat roof insulation

In definition a flat roof is any roof with a pitch of less than 10 degrees and is very easily identified on the basis that in view it is horizontal. Flat Roof Insulation is perfect for houses that do not have a loft or conventional roof space, also applicable to a rood that is pitched (slightly sloped to avoid rain water collecting). 


Owners might also consider insulating basements, foundations, or even the space between the basement and first floor. The type of underfloor insulation that is right for a given home depends on its design, but most houses can benefit from added insulation under the floors of the main living space.

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Most properties built before 1930’s were made with solid walls, meaning they didn’t have internal cavities that could be filled with insulating materials. This leaves solid wall properties with the only option of external insulation to improve the energy efficiency. 


Internal Wall Insulation involves applying insulation to the inside of the walls in your home in an effort to improve the thermal performance of your house. There are a few ways you can insulate your internal walls but the main ones are through Insulation Boards or Stud Walls. Our team can advise you on the best option.

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A cavity wall is made of two separate thin walls with a gap (or cavity) between them. They’re usually held together by metal wall ties. Cavity Wall Insulation is installed by filling air pockets between the walls in your home with insulation material designed to inhibit heat transfer.