Cavity Wall Insulation

Save money and reduce your energy consumption with bespoke cavity wall insulation using spray foam, thermabead or fibre insulants.

Cavity Wall

What is Cavity Wall Insulation?

A cavity wall is a wall in your property that consists of a spacing in between another wall. For example, the exterior wall of your house may be a cavity wall which is two walls together separated by a gap. This is a relatively modern form of construction for residential and commercial properties. Traditionally walls were singular which cannot be insulated as well as a cavity wall. Cavity wall insulation simply fills this gap between the two walls allowing for a more insulated, sound proof and robust structure.

Do you have a Cavity Wall?

Unsure if your home has a cavity wall? Check out these factors below that can help you assess whether or not your home has a cavity wall.

Brick layout pattern is even.

If all properties of the wall are the same length.

Brickwork is more than 260mm thick.

Majority of homes built post-1920s have cavity walls.

If you can look down the cavity from the attic.

If the length of the bricks are similar.

If you have round holes in between bricks, where insulation has been blown in.

Narrow walls are usually solid not cavity walls.

Our Products for Cavity Wall Insulation

We offer a variety of products to insulate your cavity wall but we highly recommend spray foam insulation to perform the best job possible.

Spray Foam Insulation

Icynene spray foam insulation is an advanced solution that can provide superior heating and cooling insulating properties. Save up to 35% on monthly energy bills by reducing heat loss through your walls.

Spray Foam

EPS Beading Insulation

EPS beading is an insulator that is only applicable to cavity walls. It is a traditional method of insulation and has been widely used throughout. It is one of the more common methods and has proven to be successful. Through either internal or external applications.

Fibre Insulation

Blown mineral fibre is an entirely dry insulator for cavity walls. This solution has an array of benefits such as simplified planning, speed of installation and it is also one of the more cost-effective insulation methods. Additionally is a eco-friendly alternative to the likes of copper cables.

Fibre Insulation

Why Insulate your Cavity Wall?

It is important to professionally insulate your cavity wall for a variety of reasons. You can save money on energy bills, reduce your carbon footprint, reduce noise pollution and more.

1 Save Money

Over 1/3 of heat is typically lost through walls in the average persons home. By reducing this figure using insulation, you can keep your internal temperature cooler in the summer and warmer in the winters. This reduces your reliance on energy consumption, saving the average household owner up to 35% in energy bills per month.

2 Reduce Carbon Footprint

As you use less energy you are, in turn, reducing your carbon emissions output and reducing your overall carbon footprint. Over the average lifespan of a property, with cavity wall insulation, you can save more than one tonne of carbon dioxide. Foam insulation also lasts as long as your properties lifespan.

3 Soundproofing

Open cell foam insulation can create a soundproofed wall, reducing unwanted noises and creating a harmonic internal atmosphere and a better place to live or work. The composition of open cell insulation is less dense than other insulations, flexible and easily applied, a perfect solution to soundproof your walls.

4 Prevent Mould

Cavity wall insulation can prevent the passing of water, toxins, pollutants and other nasty surprises. Due to the cell composition of certain insulations such as spray foam, your home or commercial property can prevent the growth of mould. Insulation keeps your property healthy for longer and requires less maintenance.

Other Types of Wall Insulation

View some of our residential and commercial wall insulation services.

Residential Wall Insulation
Cavity Wall
Commercial Wall Insulation
Cavity Wall