23 Jun

Insulating property for sale in Southend on Sea may improve saleability

Insulating property for sale in Southend on Sea may improve saleability

Fitting property for sale in Southend on Sea and Brighton with insulation could be a great way of making it more attractive to buyers.

Seaside towns are typically exposed to high, cold winds, which brings the issue of insulation and draft exclusion up the agenda for homebuyers.

There has never been a better time to insulate homes, according to the National Insulation Association, which estimates that an average of £265 could be saved every year on energy bills.

There are plenty of options for those with property or flats for sale in Brighton, or any other British coastal town, including loft or cavity wall insulation.

Investing in additions that will reduce energy bills could also make property for rent in coastal towns more attractive to prospective tenants.

National Insulation Association membership and communications manager Bev Coombe explained: "Recent government statistics show that at least 40 per cent of lofts and cavity walls are currently without insulation - and we urge consumers to act now, rather than wait for the winter rush."ADNFCR-1222-ID-800598289-ADNFCR

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