Read our top energy cost saving tips
Here is a guide to some top tips to save energy in your home:
Did you know that turning down your home thermostat by just 1°C can help cut your annual heating bill by eight percent. Great news for your bank balance and the environment.
Fitting a thermostat can help maintain the temperature of a room, hot water cylinder or boiler while not wasting excess energy.
Insulation keeps the heat in your home and making sure your home is properly insulated is a great way to save energy, money and do your bit for the environment.
By topping up your loft insulation to the recommended 270mm you could save up to £35 a year in heating costs.
If you don’t have loft insulation, adding it could save you up to £140 per year.
Insulate your hot water tank to keep your water hot for longer. By insulating your hot and cold water pipes you can make sure your water runs at the right temperature more quickly. Pipe and tank insulation is cheap and you can do it yourself.
Wall insulation keeps the heat in your home. It also doesn’t cost much and can be effective in helping cut your energy use, which is great news for your bank balance and the environment. Cavity wall insulation could save you around £160 per year off your heating bills.
And if you have wind whistling through the living room? Draught-proofing is easy and cost-effective.
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