How much money does loft insulation save?

How much money does loft insulation save?

Installing loft insulation can save significant amounts of money on your fuel bills because it improves the thermal efficiency of your home.

A quarter of heat is lost through the roof, meaning improved insulation can reduce this amount significantly.

The savings can vary dependant on the type of house you live in - some households will be able to save up to £225 on their energy bills every year.

Energy bill savings based on insulating a gas-heated house that has 270mm of loft insulation installed having previously has none.

The high average bill savings in comparison to the low install costs means that loft insulation pays for itself within just a few years.

A typical install will cost in the region of £230 to £300 depending on the size of the loft.

In addition, loft insulation can allow for a substantial reduction in your household's carbon footprint, reducing huge amounts of CO2 produced per year.

A detached house has the potential to save up to 80kg of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere every year.

Funding for loft insulation

YES Energy Solutions can provide access to funding for loft insulation as well as industry accredited installers to complete installations.

Our friendly advisors can take you through the eligibility criteria to determine whether you can receive funds from the Government's Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme.

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