Internal Wall Insulation
Reduce your bills and save energy
Internal wall insulation is an option for solid walls (ie walls that do not have cavities), which can provide huge benefits to your home in heat retention and energy savings. With government schemes now available to Scottish home owners, you may be able to have internal wall insulation installed by Firstcall at no upfront cost, or indeed qualify for a no cost energy grant.
The Benefits of Internal Wall Insulation
Internal wall insulation can dramatically reduce your energy consumption and your monthly bills
- Save £490 a year
- Increasing your home’s value
- Helping the environment through reduced carbon emissions
- Cheaper to install than external wall insulation
How to install Internal Wall Insulation
Installing internal wall insulation involves applying insulation to the inside of your walls – this may reduce your floor area by up to 100mm. Wall fittings are removed, including skirting boards and door frames. Dry lining is placed over the wall and mounted with a lattice and plaster board. Our internal wall insulation installers can work from room, to room minimising any disruption to you and your family.
Paying for your Insulation
Scottish home owners have plenty of help available from the government to cover the cost of your insulation.
Green Deal is a scheme which means that you don’t have any upfront costs for energy efficiency measures. The cost of the work is offset against your future savings and this is covered in your energy bills. It is offered to anyone in Scotland who owns property and the agreement is between the property and the energy company, not the individual. There are 45 measures available under this scheme, including internal wall insulation.