NIA warns householders not to delay on insulating
PUBLISHED: 08:35 29 August 2010 | UPDATED: 17:46 20 February 2013
Improving your home's energy efficiency is a sure way to reduce bills and now is the time to address this before the cold weather returns.
Following the coldest winter for 30 years, householders are rightly concerned about forthcoming winter fuel bills and the National Insulation Association (NIA) warns the public not to be complacent. Improving your homes energy efficiency is a sure way to reduce bills and now is the time to address this before the cold weather returns.
Neil Marshall, Chief Executive of the NIA advised: Home insulation is the single most effective method of saving money on domestic energy bills typically cutting around 265 per year by simply insulating your loft and cavity walls. For those with solid walls the savings are even greater.
Insulating your home is a straight forward and simple process providing dramatic results. To find out if your home is adequately insulated and how you can improve its energy efficiency, contact a member of the NIA for a free home survey. All members of the NIA are governed by a strict Code of Professional Practice and are experienced to recommend the most suitable insulation option for your home as well as information about grants and subsidies you may be eligible for.
Last year more than half million homes had Cavity Wall Insulation (CWI) fitted with help from grants and subsidies. So dont delay and look forward to a warmer winter and healthier wallet too!
For more information or to find your nearest NIA installer visit: http://www.nationalinsulationassociation.org.uk