External wall insulation improves thermal efficiency in Gosport

  • 4 Dec 2013

The company identified the area as being in serious need of thermal upgrades after learning that the homes had no gas supply, being fuelled only by electricity which adds to inefficiency.

The properties are now regarded as thermally efficient, with the U-Value reduced from 2.10 W/m2K to 0.30 W/m2K, to put the homes in line with the current building regulations.
 
The ECO project has allowed homeowners to receive £9,000 worth of energy efficient measures to be installed and the improvements are expected to save an estimated £400 on annual fuel bills.

Contact:

Wetherby Building Systems,
1 Kid Glove Road,
Golborne Enterprise Park,
Golborne,
Greater Manchester,
Cheshire,
United Kingdom
WA3 3GS

Phone: 01942 717100
Fax: 01942 717101

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