Room in Roof Insulation
Up to 25% of heat loss in a home can be attributed to an un-insulated roof space.
A room-in-roof or attic room is simply defined by the presence of a fixed staircase to access the room and there should be a window
Many older properties that were originally built with loft room space or 'room-in-roof' were either not insulated at all or insulated using inadequate materials and techniques when compared to today's building regulations. .
By using the latest insulation materials and methods, insulating existing attic rooms means that you can still use the roof space for storage or additional room space if needed while still trapping heat in the property and rooms below.
Bill savings and things to be aware of:
Can save between £500-£690 a year on your fuel bills depending on property size (Figures from the Energy Saving Trust and assume property is a gas heated home and sized between a Mid-terrace house to a detached home).
Grant funding is available that can cover the full cost of installation (qualifying criteria apply).
To check if you are eligible under the ECO4 scheme, please click the button below and complete the online form.