Insulation

Step 1 – Insulate Your Home

Insulation

By insulating your home and creating your own sources of green energy you can significantly reduce your energy bills and decrease your carbon footprint. 

If you haven’t already insulated your home, click to view our insulation products as a first step towards saving money and creating your green future.

Loft Insulation

If your home is un-insulated you could be losing around a quarter of all the heat in your home. Your first step to creating an energy efficient and green home is to insulate it. 

With our eco-friendly loft insulation you can save around £175 per year on your fuel bill every year while protecting the environment for future generations. Our loft insulation pays for itself within two years. 

At Alternate Energy  our insulation material is not bound using formaldehyde making it completely safe for your home and family. We do not dye our insulation material and its softer than the material normally used making it easy to handle and install. If that isn’t enough, you can rest assured that our Eco-Friendly insulation also gives you optimal acoustic and thermal performance therefore keeping your house warm and quiet! 

Cavity Wall Insulation

You can lose up to 35% of your home heating through your walls, so it’s easy to see the immediate benefits of wall insulation. In fact some of our customers have saved as much as £140 per year just by having the cavity gap between their walls insulated.

We have insulated hundreds of homes across the UK. Our highly skilled and trained installing team, have a wealth of experience when it comes to fitting insulation safely into your home. Unlike ordinary insulation our unique Thermal Bead insulation system will not only prevent heat from escaping your home it will also draw moisture away from your walls. This can make your walls four more times as efficient when it comes to heat lose and removing damp. 

External Wall Insulation

Similar to cavity insulation, external wall insulation prevents heat escaping through your walls. If your home was built before 1920 then there is a good chance you have solid walls which left uninsulated mean you lose heat and money while increasing the CO2 emissions from your home. In fact having uninsulated solid walls can mean you are losing twice as much as cavity walls. 

Having your external walls insulated can save you as much as £490 every year on your fuel bills. 

External wall insulation involves fixing a layer of insulation material to the wall then covering it with a unique type of plasterwork or cladding. You can choose whether the finish is smooth, textured, painted, tiled, paneled or finished with brick slips – which ever suits your home best. 

If you are unsure about what type of wall insulation you require call us now on 01506 314 970 and we can carry out a quick and simple pre-assessment home efficiency report to be sent to you. We can also arrange for one of our expert Green Deal Assessors to visit you and assess your home. 

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