Cavity wall insulation’s current enemy is wind-driven rain.
Poor cavity wall insulation is a problem for many people across the UK and can lead to many different problems. Some of these issues are caused by the location of the property as wind and rain can affect the insulation.
Causing problems such as:
Areas affected by Wind-driven rain can be at a higher risk of damp and mould. The map below shows areas affected by wind-driven rain.
Many cavity wall installers will ignore the signs of a house not being suitable for cavity wall insulation to make money quickly. Which’s investigation into cavity wall insulation contains a video showing how salesmen give people poor advice and false information such as “No water will get through” and “I see no problem with cavity wall insulation going into this house.” However this is untrue as Which chose a house that would not be suitable for cavity wall insulation due to the walls being regularly exposed to Wind-driven rain
I have problems with my Cavity wall insulation. What do I do?
If any of the issues raised in this post effect, you or your home you could be entitled to compensation which could be used to get the cavity wall insulation removed and the problems it came with rectified. Contact the SLS Cavity Claims Team by clicking the link and joining our Facebook group SLS Cavity Claims or take a look at our website www.slscavityclaims.co.uk/ and we’ll be happy to help.