It’s nothing new to hear that fuel costs are expensive. If you’re trying to run a home and keep your family warm and dry on a limited budget, then it can be hard to keep things under control. This is especially true when the UK endures a snap of chilly weather, pushing up the cost of your heating and making the resulting bills seem insurmountable.

One of the best ways to safeguard yourself against future debt, whilst bringing down the cost of gas and electricity is to make your home more energy efficient. Luckily there are a lot of schemes in place to help you do this, from providing insulation to installing new boilers.

Many of these are free for everyone, though some of the more expensive options have higher restrictions on who can access them.

Consumers continue to take advantage of the offers the Government and energy companies put in place to assist reducing energy loss in our homes. This year has started in the same vein as homeowners are starting to investigate just what is on offer. Figures released show that 32% more enquiries have been made in the first 3 months of 2017 than the same period last year.

News just in 12/04/2017

EDF Energy has announced that its raising its standard electricity prices for the second time this year, citing "a range of rising costs" behind its latest decision. The move sees electricity prices rise by 9% and gas prices by 5.5%, and means that typical duel fuel direct debit bills will increase by 7.2% from 21 June 2017.

Check if you qualify

Please do use this site to see if you are entitled to any assistance in improving your homes energy efficiency. A little time spent now could save 100’s in the future.

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It’s nothing new to hear that fuel costs are expensive. If you’re trying to run a home and keep your family warm and dry on a limited budget, then it can be hard to keep things under control. This is especially true when the UK endures a snap of chilly weather, pushing up the cost of your heating and making the resulting bills seem insurmountable. One of the best ways to safeguard yourself against future debt, whilst bringing down the cost of gas and electricity is to make your home more energy efficient. Luckily there are a lot of schemes in place to help you do this, from providing insulation to installing new boilers. Many of these are free for everyone, though some of the more expensive options have higher restrictions on who can access them. Consumers continue to take advantage of the offers the Government and energy companies put in place to assist reducing energy loss in our homes. This year has started in the same vein as homeowners are starting to investigate just what is on offer. Figures released show that 32% more enquiries have been made in the first 3 months of 2017 than the same period last year. News just in 12/04/2017 EDF Energy has announced that its raising its standard electricity prices for the second time this year, citing "a range of rising costs" behind its latest decision. The move sees electricity prices rise by 9% and gas prices by 5.5%, and means that typical duel fuel direct debit bills will increase by 7.2% from 21 June 2017. Check if you qualify Please do use this site to see if you are entitled to any assistance in improving your homes energy efficiency. A little time spent now could save 100’s in the future.
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