Re: cavity wall insulation - Eaga Insulation

Discussion in 'Misc DIY' started by Steve Walker, Mar 11, 2009.

  1. Steve Walker

    Steve Walker Guest

    On Wed, 11 Mar 2009 14:57:14 -0000, Richard Morley wrote:

    > I have agreed to a survey /quotation visit from Eaga Insulation for cavity
    > wall insulation.
    >
    > This is a owner occupied 1909 ( it does have cavity walls ) 4 bedroom semi
    > detached house .
    >
    > I do not qualify for free insulation as not on any benefits.
    >
    > I am unclear nevertheless whether there is any grant subsidy involved.
    >
    > I wondered whether the group had any observations/ experiences on this
    > particlar company company/ points to watch / what sort of quote I can
    > expect. ?
    >
    > This visit was originally arranged for 17th March so thaought I had time to
    > post this.
    >
    > Just had a phone call that suyveyor will be on holiday then so now
    > rearranged for tomorrow ( Thursday ) morning. I dont know if this is
    > genuine or part of their sales/hassle technique. To be fair though the
    > original phone call was prompted by an enquiry/survey that I responded to
    > some time ago.
    >
    > Thanks for any advice
    >
    > I may post again after the visit.
    >
    > Richard


    I'm sure that's the name of the company that did ours five years ago (under
    Warmfront, as I was unemployed for a while). They did a neat job, left all
    the vents clear and I've found full insulation in each of the holes that
    I've drilled through the wall since. We've had no problems and found the
    house considerably more comfortable.

    The one thing they did wrong was not to check where the electricity
    cupboard was, as in our house it is recessed into the wall and is therefore
    the only single skinned section of the house - it didn't take them more
    than five minutes to scoop the fibres out and vac up though!

    SteveW
    Steve Walker, Mar 11, 2009
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