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Hot water tank jacket

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Lagging water tanks and pipes and insulating behind radiators reduces the amount of heat lost, so you spend less money heating water up, and hot water stays hotter for longer.

Expected price

£20

Based on the best-selling model with our average discount. We might suggest a different model to you once we better understand your home, which can slightly impact the cost.

Your savings

£5

This is what we hope to save you compared to RRP.
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A hot water cylinder jacket costs about £15, and fitting it is a straightforward job if you follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Pipe insulation consists of a foam tube that covers the exposed pipes between your hot water cylinder and boiler, reducing the amount of heat lost and, therefore, keeping your water hotter for longer. It's usually as simple as choosing the correct size from a DIY store and then slipping it around the pipes.

Insulating your hot water cylinder is one of the easiest ways to save energy and, therefore, money. If you already have a jacket fitted around your tank, check the thickness. It should be at least 80mm thick; if it isn’t, consider buying a new one. Topping up your hot water tank insulation from 25mm to 80mm thick, using a British Standard jacket, could save you around £20 a year, which is more than the cost of the jacket.

By slipping pipe insulation around your exposed hot water pipes you’ll keep your hot water hotter for longer. Fitting insulation to pipes is easy if the pipes are accessible; if your pipes are hard to reach, you may need to engage a professional.

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Overview

A hot water cylinder jacket costs about £15, and fitting it is a straightforward job if you follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Pipe insulation consists of a foam tube that covers the exposed pipes between your hot water cylinder and boiler, reducing the amount of heat lost and, therefore, keeping your water hotter for longer. It's usually as simple as choosing the correct size from a DIY store and then slipping it around the pipes.

Technical Details


Insulating your hot water cylinder is one of the easiest ways to save energy and, therefore, money. If you already have a jacket fitted around your tank, check the thickness. It should be at least 80mm thick; if it isn’t, consider buying a new one. Topping up your hot water tank insulation from 25mm to 80mm thick, using a British Standard jacket, could save you around £20 a year, which is more than the cost of the jacket.

By slipping pipe insulation around your exposed hot water pipes you’ll keep your hot water hotter for longer. Fitting insulation to pipes is easy if the pipes are accessible; if your pipes are hard to reach, you may need to engage a professional.

Delivery & Installation

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We have a nationwide network of installers and we will send a local installer to you. Our partnership ensures that only the best and insured installers work with our customers.

How do I pay for my items?

For larger solutions (a boiler or solar panels for example) we spread the cost. Thanks to the option to pay as you go, there are no large upfront charges, payment will simply be deducted from your monthly salary. For the more affordable solutions, you can pay your installer directly once the job has been completed, using your preferred payment method.

How long will I wait for installation?

Our installer will be in touch to arrange a date as soon as convenient for you (subject to availability).