Loft Insulation & Installation Costs | Effective Home

Effective loft
insulation

Loft insulation can help reduce your
heating bills as 25% of heat can be
lost through your roof. Insulating it
could effectively save you £215 every year.

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Benefits of loft insulation

  • Reduced heat loss – saving on bills and carbon emissions
  • Feels warmer inside as temperatures drop
  • Increased value of property (EPC)
  • Effective for lifetime of property

You could qualify for free home insulation under the ECO scheme

  • Free loft, cavity wall and
    underfloor insulation
  • Reduce heating bills and energy waste
  • Easy to apply – we can help

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Costs and savings

Insulating your loft, attic or flat roof is a simple way to reduce heat loss and your heating bills, along with your home’s carbon emissions.

Loft or roof insulation is effective for at least 40 years and pays for itself many times over.

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  • Cost of loft insulation
    from £350 for a 3-bed house
  • Insulating your loft could
    save £215 a year on your heating bills
  • Carbon footprint impact
    Save 1030kg CO2 a year Carbon dioxide savings

Insulate other parts of your home for even lower bills including Cavity wall insulation and Underfloor insulation

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Types of loft insulation

For uninsulated
lofts

Rolls of Knauf mineral wool or earthwool insulation – 270mm thick.

The first layer is laid between the joists – the horizontal beams that make up the floor of the loft – then another layer is laid at right angles to cover the joists and make the insulation up to the required depth.

Top up an
insulated loft

Thinner rolls of Knauf mineral wool or earthwool insulation – 120mm to 270mm.

If your current loft insulation isn’t to the recommended depth, we can top it up to 270mm with an extra 150mm layer of mineral wool. This could save you a further £25 a year on heating bills – ask us for a price.

Pipes, water tank and loft hatch

Insulating between the joists of your loft will keep your house warmer, but not the roof space above.

To prevent cooler air in your insulated loft meaning cold draughts come through the loft hatch, we fit an insulated loft hatch and put strips of draught-excluding material around the hatch edges.

Why choose Effective Home for loft insulation?

  • Free, no-obligation home energy survey
  • Installation at your convenience plus easy ways to pay
  • Hassle-free – our experts will leave your home clean and tidy, with minimum disruption
  • Increase your home’s EPC energy rating
  • 25-year guarantee on all loft insulation
  • Over 30 years’ insulation experience
  • Approved installers and certified products

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FAQs

Can all lofts be insulated?

If your loft is easy to access and has no damp or condensation problems, we should be able to insulate it.

What will you do on installation day?

If access is easy and your loft joists are regular, we will install rolls of mineral wool insulation. The first layer is laid between the joists – the horizontal beams that make up the floor of the loft – then another layer is laid at right angles to cover the joists and make the insulation up to the required depth.

Any tanks and pipes that are in the loft would be insulated as part of the install to prevent them from potentially freezing in the future. Also, as part of the installation process, we need to ensure your loft is adequately ventilated. In some cases we might need to add some roof or tile vents and in others where the loft space is already adequately ventilated we would not need to make any adjustments.

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