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    Cavity Wall Insulation
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    • 23rd Sep 08, 6:30 PM
    Cavity Wall Insulation 23rd Sep 08 at 6:30 PM
    Sorry if this is in the wrong place - so feel free to move it.

    I would like some advice on Cavity Wall Insulation. I have researched on various websites, including this one, to see what the overall review is on having this done.

    I live in a 1980's house and to be honest after reading some of the reviews on it feel a bit apprensive about having it done. A lot of people seem to experience problems after having it done with regards damp etc. I know you get guarenteed work but then you would have a fight on your hands trying to prove it. I don't want hassle, just a god job.

    I was going to go through E'on who I know contract it out and say they have it at a special rate at present. I happen to phone the company that they would contract it out to and they quoted me the same price, so obviously there is no 'special rate' anyway - not that I'm bothered although it would be good to have a bit of a discount.

    So verdicts please, do the risks outway the pro's. and is it worth it.
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