Insulation Leads

Fresh Telephone Generated Home Insulation Leads

Home insulation helps to lower a household’s energy bills, and it is a simple way of keeping the house or building warm. It also reduces dependence on fossil fuel and carbon emissions. Once installed, the insulation can last for several decades. If your business, organization, or consultancy would like to connect to more consumers about the importance of home insulation, Datablazers Inc. (DBI) can supply you with reliable leads to be maximized for your particular campaign.

Whether you’d like to promote your company’s home improvement products or simply educate householders or business owners about the benefits of insulation, our data supply are guaranteed to work.

We carry out our marketing questionnaires all over the UK. To assess the target market objectively, we consider participation of ages 18 to 74 for this particular study. First, we clarify our intent and inform the respondents that a marketing representative may contact them thereafter based on their response to questions. Next, if the interviewee corresponds well, we ask them their basic personal information such as full name, age, home address & status of ownership, and phone numbers etc.

For any suggestions or ideas on how we could collaborate on your campaign, do give us a call now.


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Sample Question for Home Insulation Leads

Q1. The next question is on behalf of (Your brand). Would you like to find out more on having your wall cavity and loft insulated?

Answer:  Yes please

Important Facts on UK Home Cold Weather Efficiency

  • The Office of National Statistics states around 43,900 winter deaths in 2014-2015 were caused by poor home insulation and high fuel prices. Around 13milion Britons do not have the capacity to sustain spending on fuel during the cold months.
  • Homes in cold and damp places can be more efficient when lofts are insulated or installed with double-glazing.
  • Substantial efficiency measures done by the government have increased the number of homes resilient to extreme cold weather. According to the Association for the Conservation of Energy, from 1.74 million a year, the number of poorly insulated homes was reduced to 340,000 at present. (75% reduction from 2012)
  • The government plans to increase support for the fuel-poor through socialized subsidy – lesser allocation for those who could avail fuel supply during the cold months.
  • For the past 63 years, government fuel subsidy to the poorest is £2bn per year, which benefits 12 million people.