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Cavity Insulation

Cavity wall insulation is a method used in the United Kingdom to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. It works by filling the space, between a building's outer walls with insulating materials like foam boards, mineral wool or injected foam.

Many homes in the UK constructed from the 1920s have cavity walls making insulation crucial for thermal performance. This insulation acts as a barrier against heat transfer through walls helping maintain a temperature.

The benefits of cavity wall insulation include reduced energy consumption, lower utility bills and enhanced comfort within homes. It is particularly effective in regions with varying temperatures ensuring an environment throughout.

Installing cavity wall insulation typically involves drilling holes in walls and injecting insulation material into the gap. However, it's essential to assess property suitability and seek advice, for installation that complies with building standards.

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