Survey / Energy Advice

Survey Energy Advice by Homeseal NI

Professionally trained surveyors available to call to your home and carry out a free survey. They can also offer advice on grants you may be eligible for

Cavity Wall Insulation

Up to 35% of all heat loss in your home is lost through the walls.

Loft Insulation

Good loft insulation can save up to 25% heat loss through your roof.

Ventilation

Ventilation

Proper ventilation for a quality finish will ensure damp does not build up in your attic.

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For more information on our products and services or to arrange a free energy survey please contact us on 028 7962 7474 or email info@homesealni.co.uk

Survey Energy Advice by Homeseal NI

Survey / Energy Advice

We have a number of professionally trained surveyors who are available to call to your home and carry out a free survey.  This survey will determine what insulation measures are required to take you up to the required standard and to save money on your fuel bills. They can also offer advice on grants you may be eligible for. 

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Cavity Wall Insulation

Up to 35% of all heat loss in your home is lost through the walls. The majority of properties built since the 1930’s are built by constructing masonry walls with an airgap, or “cavity”, of at least 50mm in between. Insulating this cavity is one of the best ways to reduce the amount of energy you need to heat your home. Not only could cavity wall insulation save you around £250 on your annual fuel bills (based on a detached home), it’ll also significantly lower the carbon emissions from your home – by an estimated 1040kgs per year.

Loft Insulation at homeseal NI

Loft Insulation

Without adequate loft insulation you could be losing as much as 25% of your heating costs through your roof. Insulating your loft is a simple and can help you save around £250 per year on your fuel bills and around 1050kg of CO2 a year (based on a detached home).

Ventilation

Ventilation

Adequate ventilation must be present in the loft area before insulation can be installed.  Failure to have adequate ventilation can result in damp and condensation problems in your loft after insulation has been laid.