Your house will be noticeably warmer when you improve the insulation meaning it will factually hold its heat for longer.
Expect to see a huge reduction in your energy bills. The average savings are over 30% or around £50 a month during winter.
Reducing the amount of energy you use to keep your house warm is one of the most effective ways of reducing your carbon footprint and work towards living sustainably.
Installing modern insulation will add value to your home and improve the EPC rating (Energy Performance certificate). This makes it more desirable for buyers and tenants. Soon it will be a requirement for landlords to improve their property's EPC rating before they can let out.
The Government is considering linking Council Tax bands to energy efficiency, meaning that your Council Tax could be reduced if your home insulation has been approved.
Fuel Poverty is when someone spends 10% or more of their annual income on heating their home. Over 2 million households (rising due to COVID) in the UK are considered Fuel Poor and are probably eligible for free insulation