Want to make your UK home more energy efficient? There are plenty of grants available to help with the cost. Reports are suggesting that more homeowners are taking advantage of the really good benefits that are available. With so many benefits on offer and some being free you should take time out to see what could help you and your family.

Many of the energy efficiency grant schemes have been set up to help people who are in fuel poverty or at risk of fuel poverty, so you might find that you have to meet certain criteria to get a grant. Grants are widely available so do your research. If you're currently eligible for a grant but haven't applied you could be missing out on a lot of financial assistance.

By making your home more energy efficient you will not only save on your monthly outgoings you will see the value of your property rise sharply. A recent survey of estate agents in the South of the country found that 95% agreed that a well-insulated energy efficient property will be worth a great deal more than one that isn’t. The survey highlighted that prospective buyers are very keen to buy energy efficient homes as they see the long-term savings to be very beneficial.

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It’s easy to find out if you qualify for assistance, just select the upgrade you are looking for and click “see if I qualify or “apply now”. This action could save you a great deal of money and in turn increase the value of your property.

With the cold winter months drawing to a close now is the perfect time to upgrade your homes insulation. There are still many very advantageous deals to be had but fears are this could change in the near future as the Brexit talks rumble on.

Are you one of the thousands of people in the UK not claiming your entitlement to make your home more energy efficient?

Most major energy supplier’s offer grants to help you implement energy saving measures within your home.

The savings you can make are stunning if you have your home properly insulated and have a boiler which runs efficiently. On average these savings can amount to as much as £750 per year, so ask yourselves can you afford not to look into this?

There is little doubt energy costs are going to continue rising for the foreseeable future as the pound remains fairly weak due to the Brexit effect.

A recent survey showed that the average household with 2 children spends in excess of £115 per month on electricity alone.

There are many grants amounting to millions of pounds each year that go unclaimed due to homeowners not being aware of what is available. Do check to see if you qualify for assistance, some benefits can be installed free if you meet the set criteria.

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It is easy to find out if you qualify for a grant or even free installation select your requirement and just click the “see if I qualify” or “apply now”. This action could save you a great deal of money over the long term.

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.

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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.

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.

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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.

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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.

We all enjoy getting value for money and home owners are most certainly no different. With all the talk of Brexit and the ongoing negotiations now would be a very good time to save on expenses as big fuel increases are expected.

It is a fact nowadays your home will be worth a great deal more if it is energy efficient with a low carbon footprint. Just speak to any estate agent and they will tell you it is far easier to achieve a good sale price if the property is energy efficient. There is no doubt whatsoever energy efficiency plays a very big part when selling houses.

Is your home energy efficient?

If you think about it you get double the value for the money invested, firstly you save annually on energy bills and secondly you improve the value of your house. As you can see this is a win-win situation and one that should not be ignored as we all strive to save money.

It is so easy to save money and improve your home and in some cases this can be done free of charge if you are claiming certain benefits. Just spend a little time checking if you qualify for any grants or benefits as this could save a great deal in the long term.

Improved efficiency

Here are just a few ways to save money and improve the value of your home.

1) Insulate your home as much as possible.

2) Ensure your hot water tank is working efficiently.

3) Check all windows and doors for drafts.

Need some assistance?

It is very easy to find out if you qualify for a grant or indeed free installation, just select your requirement and click the “see if I qualify or “apply now”. Acting now could save you and your family a great deal of money and improve the value of your property.