Cavity Wall Insulation Services Glasgow

C Hanlon provide cavity wall insulation services in Glasgow and throughout the Central Belt of Scotland.

Uninsulated Houses

Houses that were built in the UK before after 1920 are more likely to have cavity walls (two layers of bricks or masonry with a gap in between) rather than solid walls. While cavity walls are inherently better at retaining heat than solid walls, their energy efficiency can be improved by filling the cavity with insulation material.

Installing Cavity Wall Insulation

Our engineers drill small holes into into the external layer of the walls. The cavity wall insulation is then blown into the cavity from the outside of the house. When the wall cavities are filled with the insulation material the holes are then filled in and finished off so that you wouldn’t know they were there.

Cavity Wall Insulation Types

There are various various types of cavity wall insulation which include mineral wool, UF foam, polystyrene beads and C Hanlon’s cavity wall insulation engineers can advise on the best one to suit your home.

Benefits of Cavity Wall Insulation

  • Save money on heating bills
  • A warmer home during colder months
  • Extends the life of your boiler
  • Quick installation
  • No maintenance
  • Improves sound insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation Supply and Installation

C Hanlon provide the complete cavity wall insulation service from the initial free, no obligation survey to the insulation design right through to the installation.

Energy-saving Improvements

Find out about you can save money on your energy bills with Green Energy Direct 2U, a division of C Hanlon.

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Better at retaining heat

For more information on Cavity Wall Insulation please give us a call on 0843 289 2038.
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C Hanlon can provide all trades services for Residential and Commercial Customers throughout Glasgow and Central Scotland.