Grants are still available to make your home more energy efficient and at the same time save hundreds a year on energy bills. Energy bills are set to rise in the coming months as the pound remains unstable.

Many energy saving measures are available to the majority of households around the country, making use of these whilst they are available really makes sense. Not only will you save money on your energy bills you will increase the value of your property so check out now what is open to you.

• Get free cavity wall insulation. There are now government-backed full and partial grants available to help you pay for insulation if your home has cavity walls.Getting this done could save you around 15% on your fuel bills, so you could be saving on average £160 a year. Even if you don't receive money from the government scheme it is still worth it in the long run.

• Get free loft insulation. Because heat rises, as much as 25% of the heat in your house could be disappearing into your loft space. What's more, even older properties that already have insulation in place may not have the recommended levels, particularly if it was installed in the 1970s or 1980s.

• Solar Panels. Having solar panels installed on your house could save you as much as a third on your electricity bills. What's more, thanks to the government's Feed-in Tariff scheme solar panel installers get paid for the energy generated, so they may install them for free.

Need help?

Check on this site to see if you are entitled to any assistance making your home more energy efficient, it’s quick and easy and will save you money.

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Grants are still available to make your home more energy efficient and at the same time save hundreds a year on energy bills. Energy bills are set to rise in the coming months as the pound remains unstable. Many energy saving measures are available to the majority of households around the country, making use of these whilst they are available really makes sense. Not only will you save money on your energy bills you will increase the value of your property so check out now what is open to you. • Get free cavity wall insulation. There are now government-backed full and partial grants available to help you pay for insulation if your home has cavity walls.Getting this done could save you around 15% on your fuel bills, so you could be saving on average £160 a year. Even if you don't receive money from the government scheme it is still worth it in the long run. • Get free loft insulation. Because heat rises, as much as 25% of the heat in your house could be disappearing into your loft space. What's more, even older properties that already have insulation in place may not have the recommended levels, particularly if it was installed in the 1970s or 1980s. • Solar Panels. Having solar panels installed on your house could save you as much as a third on your electricity bills. What's more, thanks to the government's Feed-in Tariff scheme solar panel installers get paid for the energy generated, so they may install them for free. Need help? Check on this site to see if you are entitled to any assistance making your home more energy efficient, it’s quick and easy and will save you money.
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