Underfloor Insulation grants


Underfloor Insulation

With inadequate or no underfloor insulation, your home will be suffering 15% heat loss

If you are living in an old house, built with suspended timber floorboards instead of a concrete foundation, installing underfloor insulation is the best method to stop draughts, allowing your home to preserve more heat.

You can save between £50 - £120 every year in energy costs with professionally fitted floor insulation.

Underfloor insulation is an excellent addition to boiler replacement measure, installed together they will significantly improve the energy efficiency of your house. 

Moreover, your CO2 savings could reach above 1900kg per year, meaning your home will be more environmentally friendly too.

Is underfloor insulation right for my home?

If the ground floor is built on wooden joists with a gap underneath, then underfloor insulation is a straightforward job.

Older houses are built with a suspended floor using timber joists and floorboards over the top, and a small gap underneath.

If you have a suspended floor, then lifting the floorboards and insulating between the joists is comparatively simple. Our installers remove one board every metre to pin the insulation underneath.

Any floorboard removed are replaced with brand new floorboards.

If any damp problems are affecting the floor or any signs of rot or insect damage, you must resolve this issue before any underfloor insulation can take place.


3 Simple Steps

Use our simple online eligibility checker or call us on 0333 577 5852 and one of our friendly advisors will go through a straightforward evaluation process and advise you if you qualify for any ECO3 funding.
Once you've meet the criteria, we will arrange a free, no obligation home assessment survey, they will recommend the best eco measures to reduce your homes energy usage.
The installation of your free energy efficiency measures will be carried out by our experienced heating engineers, on a date to suit you.
Fully certified gas safe heating engineers perform all our boiler installations.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Do I need to insulate underneath the floorboards upstairs?

You don't need to insulate the floors of upstairs rooms in your house if they're above heated spaces, like your living room.

It would help if you considered insulating any floors that are above unheated spaces, as you could be losing a lot of heat through those.

Check your eligibility

Use our simple online form to find out if you qualify for government-backed ECO3 grants. 

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