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Funding for cavity wall extraction 

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Many households have cavity wall insulation installed as a way of making their home warmer and while it has a number of benefits, there is also a risk of the insulation going damp and damaging the structural integrity of your home!

 

At UK Energy Management (NE) Ltd, we can help you access funding for cavity wall extraction. Our team of certified insulation installers will assess the condition of your home and find the best solution available, completely free of charge! We believe that everyone should have a safe and comfortable home and that’s why we work with low-income or vulnerable households to provide the essential heating upgrades.

 

If you suspect problems with your cavity wall and require cavity wall extraction, look no further with us. After we’ve checked your eligibility, we can get to work by removing the damaging effects of the cavity wall and the great thing is, the cavity wall extraction process is simple! Keep your home warm all year round with help from our expert team today.

THREE SIMPLE STEPS:

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Take 60 seconds of your time to fill out the form

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We’ll let you know whether you’re eligible for a grant

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Our engineers will be in touch to book a survey and installation date

No more days and nights spent battling the cold. Keep your home nice and cosy and keep those energy bills low.

Why should I remove my cavity wall insulation? 

Cavity wall extraction might be the right call for your property and there are many other reasons why you may decide to have your cavity wall removed. Some of the many reasons given by our customers across the UK include: 

  • Issues with the original installation

  • Structural issues that have worsened due to the insulation 

  • Blockages caused by building works 

  • Old, deteriorating insulation that is no longer effective 

  • Insufficient prep of the cavity - was the cavity cleared appropriately?

  • Location - cavity wall insulation is not ideal for properties that are exposed to high winds and rain 

  • Signs of damp spots, condensation, and mould

  • A rise in energy costs

It can often take time for problems with your cavity wall insulation to present themselves. That's why UK Energy Management (NE) Ltd recommends acting proactively, offering funding and alternative solutions that promote your home's energy efficiency without compromise. To discuss your property, please contact our team. We're following the latest Covid guidelines to keep you and our specialists safe.

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