Westville have been insulating homes since 1988, with a large portion being lofts.
We only use approved materials from leading manufacturers, so you can be confident we’ll ensure the best results.
All our installers are trained to the highest standards, and only use a British Standard Material known as Quilt.
Commercial Roof & loft Insulation
Most of the loft insulation we carry out is used with glass mineral wool from leading manufacturers. Before we install any type of insulation, our installers will always advise on the appropriate options available for your specific project. When we insulate the loft of any new build, you can be confident that we will always insulate to the recommended depth of 270mm – 300mm, with any loft hatch appropriately draught, proofed.
What does Commercial Loft Insulation do?
Loft insulation is one of the most effective ways to ensure a property is the most energy-efficient it can be. Saving landlords, property owners, housebuilders, and so on, money on their energy bills.
How can Westville Help?
Westville’s team of surveyors and approved loft insulation installers will carry out a full survey prior to any installation. This is to ascertain the suitability of your building for the insulation and to determine the depth required. We will also consider what pipework will need to be covered, how the hatches are to be insulated and inform you of how to start any potential grant application. This ensures you get the best price possible. We will then agree a suitable date for your installation, linking this, if required, with any other installation you may have approved.
Westville ensure we leave your property insulated to the recommended depth of 270mm – 300mm, with your loft hatch draught proofed and all relevant pipes insulated. Should you require access to any tanks in your loft space we will ensure there is a walkboard installed to meet this need.
When all work is completed, we will leave a certificate in your loft space, stapled to the rafters. This ensures you have proof of insulation and a contact point should you have any queries at a later stage.