Window Insulation

Your guide to installing easy measures

Your guide to installing easy measures

Instructions on how to install your easy measures

See our quick how-to video guides below. Each video shows the benefits of each of our easy measures, and instructions on how to carry out the installation yourself.

Chimney balloon

Chimneys act like large hoovers that suck the air out of your home. This exposes small gaps in your home and pulls cold air from them, causing noticeable draughts. The chimney balloon is very effective In preventing warm air loss and cold air from entering your home. 

Mangers Radiator Foil

Radiator reflective foils sit behind the radiator and are most effective in uninsulated solid walled properties. Apart from being extremely good insulators, meaning the warmth produced from the radiators lasts longer, installing the radiator foil could save you around £10 a year on your energy bills.

Letter box brush

The flap on your letter box can expose your house to draughts, resulting in heat being pushed out of your house through other gaps and being replaced with cold air. A letter box brush will also help towards reducing your energy bills as it can prevent heat loss via your main entrance.

Window insulation

Controlled ventilation helps reduce condensation and damp by letting fresh air in when needed. Installing window insulation (also known as draught-proofing strips) means you'll use less energy to heat your home, so you'll save money as well as making your home snug and pleasant.