Are you experiencing Cavity Wall Insulation problems?
If your home has been damaged by damp, cold or mould after getting cavity wall insulation in the past 8 years, then contact us today.
Fill in the form or call us on 01282 929 965 to see if you could be entitled to a claim
You may be eligible for a minimum of £10,000 in compensation!
Problems with Cavity Wall Insulation
Negligently installed Cavity wall insulation can cause problems such as:
- ROTTEN WOODWORK
- BLOCKED VENTS
- DAMAGED BRICKWORK
Why can I claim?
If you have had your cavity wall insulation installed in the past 8 years, you may have noticed problems in your home. These issues can be due to:
- Your home not being suitably placed for the cavity wall insulation, homes in areas that see higher rainfall are more susceptible to problems
- Your home may not even have a cavity
- The cavity of your property should have been properly cleaned before any insulation was installed, there may be debris or other foreign objects in the cavity
- The insulation may have been installed negligently
- Your home may have already had insulation installed
The problems you are experiencing may continue to get worse unless you take action to correct them
If you have had your cavity wall installed and are experiencing issues you think may be caused by the insulation, then Churchill Sloan may be able to claim significant compensation from the company that installed your insulation. Compensation claims start at £10,000 and should cover the cost of fully repairing your property back to its original state
We work entirely on a NO WIN, NO FEE basis. If your claim is unsuccessful you will not pay a fee. If your claim is successful, our costs are recovered from the other side, leaving you to complete your property renovations with your full compensation amount
What is a Cavity Wall?
Most houses built after 1920 were built using two individual layers of brick with a void (or cavity) in between the two layers. Generally you can tell if you property has a cavity due to the pattern of the brickwork.
This cavity was put in place to ensure excess rain water from outside could not move through to the inside layer of brickwork causing issues in the property with damp. Most houses build prior to 1920 were built without a cavity, the brickwork pattern is slightly different. Solid wall insulation should not be confused with cavity wall insulation.
Around 30-35% of all heat that is lost from an uninsulated home escapes through the walls. In order to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty, the government created the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) Scheme. All major energy providers have an obligation under the scheme to ensure customers that are potentially impacted by fuel poverty are provided solutions to ensure their properties are energy efficient (to reduce bills). One of these solutions is to provide cavity wall insulation to reduce the heat being lost through walls. Having cavity wall insulation installed could save customers up to £225 per year.
Most houses built after 1920 have this brickwork pattern
Most houses built before 1920 have this brickwork pattern