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Phone: 0852072232

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Web: www.saberinsulation.ie

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SABER Insulation Energy Retrofit Solutions

Bonded Bead Cavity Wall Insulation

Pumped Wall Insulation

Conductivity Value of 0.035 W/(mk)

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New Build Wall U-Values of 0.16 W/m2K

Attic Insulation

Attic Insulation

Conductivity Value of 0.044 W/(mk)

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Decreses heat loss from existing houses by 30%

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SEAI Grants accecpted

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 Grants availaable on all pre 2006 houses

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SABER Insulation specialise in retrofitting insulation to existing houses. We used bonded bead for cavity walls, that is NSAI certified to provide the highest conductivity. The bead insulation will give the homeowner the greatest U-value available. This can reduce the heat lost through the walls greatly and can help the homeowner save money on heating costs. SABER Insulation is NSAI and SEAI registered. Only SEAI registered contractors can be used to avail of Government grants.

All SABER Insulations team members have been trained in the latest construction techniques. Our team also provide the time to clean up and explain the benefits of our work to each client. This ethos is reflected in our customer care policy and all staff are trained to deliver our services in a friendly & customer focused manner.

SABER Insulation can provide the most competitive rates in the market. We achieve this as we do not have the overheads the larger contractors have. Which allow cost savings to be made and passed directly onto our customers.

SABER insulation is situated in Rathdrum  Co Wicklow, our central location allows us to provide insulation services to all surrounding counties such as Kildare, Wexford, Dublin and Carlow.

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