Cavity wall insulation can provide you with an effective way to reduce how much you spend on heating – but it doesn’t always work. Where the cavity wall insulation material has been poorly chosen, the cavity wall insulation hasn’t been installed properly or property damage has occurred, you may need to have your cavity wall insulation removed.
Defective cavity insulation means that you’re not getting the benefits that you’ve invested in. However, the damage that poor cavity insulation can cause can actually be far worse. When wall insulation absorbs water and gets wet, it can lead to damp and mould in homes and if left unchecked, can result in structural damage to the property too.
It’s an issue we’ve been tackling for over 20 years and as a result, we’ve become experts in the area. Our expert teams can effectively and quickly remove the defective cavity wall insulation and offer the advice you need to remedy any further insulation issues you may experience.
Rubble & Debris in the cavity space.
Timber framed isn't suitable.
Steel framed isn't suitable.
Void & missing cavity insulation.
Old foam shrinks over time.
Damp & mould & condensation.
Flood or fire damaged.
Wall tie replacement.
Wet & damp cavity insulation.
Upgrading cavity insulation.
Blocked air vents causes floor rot.
We use industry leading equipment and technology to safely and efficiently remove your cavity wall insulation without causing any further damage. Our highly qualified teams are trained to follow best practices to ensure their work is always completed to a high standard. Delivering continued support
If you need additional advice after you’ve planned your cavity wall insulation removal, the teams at Extract Insulation can still help you. Whether you want advice on how to tackle the damp that poor insulation has caused, or you would like to understand how our services can provide quality cavity wall insulation that won’t fail, you can contact our team.
If you have concerns about your existing cavity wall insulation, our professional team are on hand to offer advice now.
Removal machine to suck.
Compressor to blow.
Boroscope to inspect.
We receive emails from troubled home owners who are looking to know about the cost of cavity wall extraction. The cost obviously varies from one project to another, depending on the size and need of the house. Please get in touch for advice.
We’ve been working in the industry for over two decades and have honed our experience to other our customers tailored, complete solutions that are accredited and carried out by professional teams.
If your property is suffering from penetrating damp and mould - it's one of the main signs that you should contact a professional to assess your existing cavity wall insulation. We will give you a free no-obligation survey!