On 30 March, the government announced a new version of the Great British Insulation Scheme. Starting this spring, the Scheme will run until March 2026, helping to improve the thermal efficiency of more British homes. It states that installing loft insulation and cavity wall insulation could save households £300 to £400 per year on energy bills.
These measures clearly show the value of insulation in terms of efficiency over time, and many homes will not meet requirements for government assistance. Homeowners have already become more savvy about efficiency measures, but we expect this to increase with the continuing hikes in energy prices. Multifoil insulation, like SuperFOIL‘s product offering, will save time, space and money, and should definitely be considered as part of any plan to insulate a new or existing project.
Made up of insulating wadding sandwiched between thin reflective film layers, multifoil insulation is highly versatile in many ways including its application, its use alongside other types of insulation, the U-values it can achieve and its installation.
SuperFOIL products are suitable for use in the roof, walls and floors, are compatible with other more traditional types of insulation, and can be used for both new build or retrofit projects to increase their efficiency, as well as by DIY consumers for smaller scale projects.
Will Bown, Managing Director for SuperFOIL, comments: “With increasing price hikes on energy tariffs, it’s no surprise that people are taking action when it comes to the efficiency of their properties. Multifoil insulation allows complete control over U-values, is fully recyclable and highly sustainable, making it the ideal choice in today’s market.”
SuperFOIL multifoils are made from up to 40% recycled materials and are fully reusable at the end of their 50+ year lifespan. The products include a 3 in 1 design, offering a vapour control layer and a radiant barrier alongside their high-performance insulation qualities.
For your personalised recommendation, quote, or to find out more about the benefits of our foil insulation, call 01636 639 900 or visit www.superfoil.co.uk. You can also request free sample insulation kits to experience the products first hand.
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