Wall Cavity Injection

By: Warm Home  09-12-2011
Keywords: Insulation, Walls, Wall Insulation

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Cavity wall insulation insulation involves the mechanical injection of a suitable insulant into the cavity, using a specified system such as non-invasive infared cameras and similar tools designed to ensure a complete fill.

A staggering 35% of domestic energy is wasted from uninsulated cavity walls which means that we are consuming energy far in excess of our needs. Injecting insulation into wall cavities is one the most effective energy efficiency measures in the home.

Using specialized equipment our fully licensed and certified installers can insulate your walls making your home much more comfortable to live in.

Whether your motivations are saving the planet or saving your wallet, there are many advantages to insuring your walls have enough insulation.

Keywords: Insulation, Wall Insulation, Walls

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