REVEALED: 800,000 UK homes are blighted with damp, mould and unsafe electronics making them uninhabitable because of faulty cavity wall insulation.
Campaigners call on government to protect homes from insulation companies
Gavin Ward was forced to leave his home in Bridgend after cavity wall insulation
The poor work left him facing damp, mould and unsafe electrics in his home
Ministers are calling on the government to protect homeowners after it was revealed that at least 800,000 homes have had faulty cavity wall insulation installed at their properties.
Following the government's announcement of a new energy efficiency scheme this month, MPs and campaigners have expressed their concerns about how property owners will be protected from suppliers who fail to meet required standards.
They have also called for registered installers with the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency (CIGA) to be investigated after industry insiders told the BBC that at least 800,000 homes had been hit by faulty cavity wall insulation.