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EDF and Tesco are giving free cavity wall & loft insulation to ALL with suitable homes (not just its customers).

And now those who get pension credit, or get child tax credit AND earn under £16,000 can get it and £100 cash from E.on too

seems a good price to me!

http://www.tescohomeefficiency.com/free-insulation/
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#1
That's nice of them
#2
forgot to add, they install it for free too.
#3
its free! why cold?
#4
Cavity Wall
Its NOT Suitable for all home...... Not for Flats Apartments or Maisonettes
Some modern buildings have still got small a cavity even after a foil backed board is put into cavity when built which is classed as cavity wall insulation, you cannot add to this either.
#5
it says "to all with suitable homes"
i cant have cavity wall insulation either, as it is too narrow. however i have a loft.
#6
nick7nick7
it says "to all with suitable homes"
i cant have cavity wall insulation either, as it is too narrow. however i have a loft.

So lucky no loft for me Lol
#7
so time saved not getting it insulated
#8
Only applies to people on low incomes and benefits etc etc etc....
#9
diamondnine
Only applies to people on low incomes and benefits etc etc etc....


And so it should to be honest. I got it discounted years ago in my old house. It made a huge difference.
My new place is around 5 years old and has amazing insulation. The heating never seems to be on.
#10
no it doesnt. its for everyone.
if your on benefits you get 100 quuid to throw on the horses too
#11
i have someone coming to assess my loft next tuesday and it does say free for everyone on their website,
"The free insulation offer is subject to a suitability assessment and limited funding."
#12
suitability is if theres a loft hatch and that sort of thing. i grilled the guy when he came to do mine.
i receive nobenefits of any kind. they came and did mine for free, didnt even cost me a cup of tea
#13
heard 1 person got damp walls after installing this so my advice, if its not broken dont fix it ;)

Edit i think this only happens when a certain type of cavity wall insulation is used Rockwool and possibly others, so check up.

Edited By: MR1123 on Jan 11, 2012 22:06: g
1 Like #14
Having mine fitted right now...

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