Councils’ loft insulation offer for Suffolk homes

14 Feb 2024

Image of person installing loft insulation

Funding is available to help Suffolk residents make their homes warmer and save money on their energy bills. 

Suffolk’s Public Sector Leaders have launched a Suffolk Loft Insulation offer, teaming up with builders' merchant Travis Perkins to offer Suffolk residents a significant reduction on loft insulation.

There are four product options available and residents will receive a 50% discount off their purchase (up to £200), with free delivery. 

According to The Energy Saving Trust, it is estimated that an uninsulated home loses a quarter of its heat through its roof. An effective way to reduce this heat loss, and heating bills, is to insulate your loft, attic or flat roof. Correctly installed insulation should pay for itself many times over in its 40-year lifetime.

Councillor Gerald Kelly, Chair of the Suffolk Environment Cabinet Members group, said: “Good insulation is a simple addition to immediately improve the warmth and comfort of your home. This should mean you have to put the heating on less, which will save you money and also be making a positive contribution to climate change.

Suffolk Public Sector Leaders are continually looking for ways like the Loft Insulation Grant to support Suffolk residents to have more energy efficient homes, and drive down the county’s carbon emissions for a more sustainable future.”

Andrew Hunt, Account Manager at Travis Perkins said: “Travis Perkins is thrilled to be working with Suffolk’s councils to offer this fantastic support for Suffolk residents. With energy prices still high and an ambition to reduce Suffolk’s carbon emissions, we’re delighted to offer a discount which will benefit and reach many.”

The offer is open to anyone and will close once the allocated funding has been spent. To find out more visit Green Suffolk - Funding. Simply fill out the online order form and Travis Perkins will be in touch to arrange payment and delivery. 

The Loft Insulation Grant is being funded by Suffolk’s Public Sector Leaders and Travis Perkins and will help contribute to Suffolk’s Climate Emergency Plan and our vision for Suffolk to become Carbon Neutral by 2030. 

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