Insulating under floor boards on the ground floor of your home will help you save money on your energy bills. It could also help to reduce draughts. Underfloor insulation is most suitable for properties that have suspended timber floors or cellars where the floor can be accessed easily. Older homes are most likely to have suspended timber floors. If you have air bricks or ventilation bricks on the outside walls below floor level, you probably have suspended timber floors. If you are unsure if your property has sufficient insulation, book a free survey and our trained surveyors will confirm this for you.
Typically underfloor insulation might cost around £700 HOWEVER many homes in the UK are eligible for government grants which could make it 100% FREE (Subject to survey). Most benefits entitle you to a government grant, take our GOVERNMENT FUNDING ELIGIBILITY CHECKER now to find out if you qualify.
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A standard installation will take 3-4 hours. All work should be agreed at survey stage so that you are fully aware of every element of the work that is being undertaken. The install teams just need access to a power supply and to have clear access to the floor area’s to be treated. Once completed the team will clean any dust and debris created during the install making sure that your property is left in the best possible condition.
If there is access to the underfloor via a cellar, the install team will install mineral fibre in between the floor joists and will secure it using netting. If the property has suspended timber floors, we will peel back carpet and cut an access hatch in the floor boards. The install team will then work to install the mineral fibre between the floor joists and secure with netting before replacing the floor boards and re fitting the carpet. The install team will use dust sheets on any area’s where they will be working. Once completed the team will clean any dust and debris created during the install making sure that your property is left in the best possible condition.