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Suspended False Ceiling Insulation We can supply and fit your suspended false ceiling insulation. Suitable for all suspeneded ceiling locations such as schools, offices, showrooms, gyms, public buildings etc. Our polythene encapsulated suspended ceiling pads are supplied for both thermal and acoustic applications, and are ideal products to use where there is the risk of migration of fibres from standard insulation product entering the surrounding environment. Benefits include improved thermal and acoustic performance.
If your project is a new build, flat conversions or extensions and you have a set of plans that you are working to, we can quote for the insulation works from looking at the design plans. This may help you early on in pricing out the project. Please do send them in so we can give you an instant quote. We may still come to site to ensure suitability before going ahead with insulating.
This is our team extracting damp non performing cavity wall insulation from a home to prevent further damp issues. Products such as wool, fibres and foams can all cause problems but we can get them out and replace the insulation with safer and better performing product.
Cornwall and Devon are very exposed counties to wind and rain. With that in mind Arrow Insulation has recently visited many hotels requiring extraction and/or Thermabead wall cavity insulation in these two counties. If you run a hotel you and your guests can befit from a more efficient building without damp issues by updating it with better wall cavity isolation. The same goes for homes too. With a hotel you can reclaim your ROI quickly as you can reduce your bills and retain repeat guests.
Reselling a steel framed house can be difficult because a proportion of lenders and insurance companies will not cover them.
Steel frame is a relatively rare form of house construction that became very popular for a period after World War Two to house people displaced after the war. A large number of them were intended to be built on a temporary basis, and were not built with the idea of them being occupied now.
As such, lenders deem these properties as ‘non-standard’
Due to this, lenders and home buyers should insist on a Building Survey rather than a Home Buyers Report, in order to inspect the condition of the steel frame.
Almost no lenders are prepared to lend on a steel framed house where this survey has not taken place.
However if the steel framed home has inuslation in its cavities the surveyor will not be able to visually inspect the steel frame with a borescope for signs of corrosion. Therefore most lenders will not lend on a steel framed home with insulation in its cavities.
We remove a insulation from many steel framed homes before they go to market on behalf of the seller so they do not loose a sale. With each sale lose, the proeprty sits on the market longer and the owner will almost certainly end up dropping the price of the home more than the cost to extract the insulation.
The headlines are: HOMEOWNERS will receive a £5,000 energy voucher to insulate their homes as part of the government’s “green energy” economic package.
As of today we dont know all the answers as the details have not been released.
However it is said that homeowners will get £2billion of vouchers to make their homes more environmentally friendly.
The grants will be part of a wider £3billion investment in green technology, with the UK aiming to go carbon neutral by 2050.
£1billion of this will be spent on revamping public buildings and social housing, while the extra £2billion will go towards the vouchers and making homes more energy-efficient.
Mr Sunak is expected to unveil these plans fully on Wednesday afternoon (July 8) in his “mini-budget” in the House of Commons.
Under the Green Homes Grant scheme, hundreds of thousands of people will be able to access vouchers of up to £5,000.
The Government will cover at least two thirds of the cost that homeowners in England spend on green upgrades, while those on the lowest incomes will not have to pay anything.
The cash can be spent on a range of environmentally friendly additions to your home.
This includes loft, wall and floor insulation, eco-friendly boilers, heat pumps, double or triple-glazed windows, low-energy lighting and energy-efficient doors.
We perform insulation tasks on a variety of buildings including specialist homes such as the range of Art Deco homes in Lilliput, near Sandbanks in Poole. We have insulated a number of these homes to bring them up to date with modern efficiency. These homes also benefited from a variety of energy saving appliances and efficient heating systems.
Spray foam insulation for underneath your wooden floors works brilliantly to remove draft and hold more warmth within. The open cell foam also allows the wooden floors to breath whilst protecting them from damp. If your homes floors feel cold or you notice a draft coming through them, consider insulating them.
Nearly two thirds of UK homes fail to meet long-term energy efficiency targets, according to data analysed by the BBC.
More than 12 million homes fall below the C grade on Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) graded from A-G.
It means householders spend more on energy bills and pump tonnes more CO2 into the atmosphere than necessary.
The government has said it needs to go “much further and faster” to improve the energy performance of homes.
Experts say retrofit measures are needed because so many homes were built before the year 1990.
Dr Tim Forman, a research academic at the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Sustainable Development, said now only a national project of a scale not seen since World War Two, would be enough to help Great Britain meet its 2050 net zero carbon target, which was signed into law in June 2019.
EPCs measure the efficiency of a house by looking at how well a property is insulated, glazed, or uses alternative measures to reduce energy use.
Homes are given a grade between A and G. The closer to A, the more efficient the home, meaning it should have lower energy bills and a smaller carbon footprint. A grade G is at the other end of the scale. C is just above average.
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We are excited to announce the launch of our new Bristol office.
We are now able to serve the Bristol and Bath region with Thermabead wall cavity insulation, Cavity Extractions, Loft insulation and Lapolla Spray foam.
Call our team on 0117 256 5117 to arrange a survey and quotation.
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