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West Coast Insulation is recommending homeowners take advantage of the new grant scheme which is now the highest level it has ever been at €1,123. Homeowners can contact the Galway company for a free quotation for cavity wall and attic insulation.
A new grant package has been announced by Galway company West Coast Insulation, which can now offer customers a grant of €1,123 per property. This new grant covers a significant amount of the cost and West Coast Insulation is recommending homeowners take advantage of the new grant scheme now.
Midland Warmer Homes Scheme is delivering a Better Energy Warmer Homes initiative to homeowners/landlords (excluding council houses) who have not previously availed of any grants from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) for houses built before 2006.
Home Comforts Better Energy Ltd is part of a national scheme that provides free insulation to homeowners if they meet certain criteria.
Western Insulation offer Technitherm cavity wall fill. With 25 years of proven performance insulating all types of cavity in all types of climate, Technitherm is a fully certified spray foam insulation for injection into closed cavities of new and existing homes.
A properly insulated home is energy-efficient and will not only save you money on your bills, but will make your home more comfortable to live in and also help contribute to a cleaner environment.
Galwegians looking to have attic insulation, cavity wall insulation, and draught proofing installed should avail of the Better Energy Warmer Homes scheme.
Many people have questions on how insulation works, what grants are available, and how much the work normally costs. John Folan from West Coast Insulation answers some of these questions. West Coast Insulation is a family run business specialising in cavity wall and attic insulation since 2009.
Recent changes to the Warmer Homes Scheme means more households should now qualify to have their homes insulated free of charge according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh.
“You put a hat on your head and keep your body heat in,” says Claire Nic Grianna from EcoSeal. “Thermal insulation in your roof will do the same for your house.”