Energy companies up and down the country are reporting increased levels of claims as homeowners get the message. With gas and electricity prices rising at alarming rates it’s little wonder the home owning public are keen to act.

Reducing our carbon footprint

The Government and energy providers have obligations to reduce our carbon footprint nationwide; this is an ongoing situation which is constantly under review and is not going to go away.

We at home can do a lot to assist and in doing so save ourselves a great deal of money each year. Plus, in doing so you will increase the value of your property. So, it really makes a great deal of sense to investigate just what you could do to help and save at the same time.

A lot of these measures can be done free of charge if you qualify for certain benefits, so check out just what you are entitled to on this site.

The most common ways to save and reduce your carbon footprint.

Insulate your home

1) Make sure all windows close and are draft free.

2) Have your insulation check by a professional.

Maintain heating or cooling system

1) Have systems clean and serviced on a regular basis.

2) Keep thermostat at comfortable level.

3) Heat the house gradually.

4) Consider renewing boiler if old or inefficient (Can be done free)

Water heating

1) If going away for a day or two always set on vacation mode.

2) Check the element is not furred up with calc.

By implementing some of the above measures you could reduce your carbon footprint and save a great deal of money each year.

Like some help?

It is so easy to find out if you qualify for any subsidies or even free installation, just select your requirement and click the “see if I qualify” or “apply now” buttons. Time invested now could save you and your family a fortune in the coming years.

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Claim numbers increasing
Energy companies up and down the country are reporting increased levels of claims as homeowners get the message. With gas and electricity prices rising at alarming rates it’s little wonder the home owning public are keen to act. Reducing our carbon footprint The Government and energy providers have obligations to reduce our carbon footprint nationwide; this is an ongoing situation which is constantly under review and is not going to go away. We at home can do a lot to assist and in doing so save ourselves a great deal of money each year. Plus, in doing so you will increase the value of your property. So, it really makes a great deal of sense to investigate just what you could do to help and save at the same time. A lot of these measures can be done free of charge if you qualify for certain benefits, so check out just what you are entitled to on this site. The most common ways to save and reduce your carbon footprint. Insulate your home 1) Make sure all windows close and are draft free. 2) Have your insulation check by a professional. Maintain heating or cooling system 1) Have systems clean and serviced on a regular basis. 2) Keep thermostat at comfortable level. 3) Heat the house gradually. 4) Consider renewing boiler if old or inefficient (Can be done free) Water heating 1) If going away for a day or two always set on vacation mode. 2) Check the element is not furred up with calc. By implementing some of the above measures you could reduce your carbon footprint and save a great deal of money each year. Like some help? It is so easy to find out if you qualify for any subsidies or even free installation, just select your requirement and click the “see if I qualify” or “apply now” buttons. Time invested now could save you and your family a fortune in the coming years.
2017-08-14 12:20:25
2017-08-14 12:20:25
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