Loft insulation professionally installed

Claim 66% off with the Green Homes Grant and save up to £250 a year on energy bills(1) with loft insulation.

from £400 £136 professionally installed(2)

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loft insulation roll between rafters

Waste 25% less heat and save up to £250 a year on energy bills

Loft insulation is one of the most simple, affordable and effective things you can do to improve your home's energy efficiency and lower your energy bills.

For a typical home, loft insulation starts from £136 with the Green Homes Grant applied.

The Green Homes Grant means you could get two-thirds off the cost, so there's never been a better time to consider it.

TrustMark accredited loft insulation installer climbing ladder

Professional installers vs DIY

With the Green Homes Grant taking 66% off prices, getting in a professional removes the hassle, preparation and extra cost:

TrustMark Accredited
TrustMark is the Government Endorsed Quality Scheme covering work carried out in or around your home. TrustMark professionals have been thoroughly vetted to meet standards in customer service, technical competence and trading practices.

Less risk
Our experienced professionals are used to missing floorboards and ensure they stay on the joists to avoid damage to the ceiling below.

Less cost
Our professionals have all the equipment required to protect against the fibreglass material used in loft insulation penetrating skin or being inhaled.

Less hassle
Laying insulation is hot work as the heat from your home rises up into the loft, but our pros are experienced working in these conditions.

a man wearing a facemask unrolls loft insulation inside a loft

What is loft insulation?

Loft insulation is usually glass fibre or renewable wood fibre material that creates a barrier in your roof space to prevent heat from escaping.

Insulation can either be laid between the joists of your loft floor or between the rafters that support the roof. The latter is typically more expensive and your choice will depend on whether you'd like to keep your loft space warm as well as your living space below.

Why is loft insulation a good idea?

With the Green Homes Grant applied, loft insulation could pay for itself after the first year in lower energy bills(3) by preventing heat escaping and cold air coming in.

Save up to £250 on energy bills(4)

Less heat escaping means less energy used to heat your home, saving you money

Reduce your carbon footprint

Wasting less energy to heat your home, means your carbon emissions will drop

Better EPC rating

Your home will be more energy-efficient and more attractive to buyers

Get 66% off now

Claim Green Homes Grant vouchers to cover 66% of the cost

What our customers say

We used to have our thermostat on 25 degrees most of the winter but now we only have it on 15 degrees, any higher and the property gets too warm. Also we are definitely saving money on bills.

Mr and Mrs T, Kingston

How can I fund my loft insulation?

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