Energy grants can help you

The average household across the UK could be losing hundreds of pounds each year due to poor energy efficiency. With the price of Gas and Electricity so high and the strong possibility of heavy rises on the horizon can you afford to ignore poor insulation in your home? If you want to save energy in your home there are a range of energy grants and offers to help you achieve better efficiency. These grants and offers will help you cover the initial outlay involved to install many different types of energy efficient features. Ask yourself this question, can you afford to ignore potentially free help to save money?

Winters coming

At this time of the year we are all thinking about the winter coming, so now is the time to check your heating and get your boiler serviced to ensure all is working efficiently. A little money spent now could save a fortune in the long term. When the first really cold spell starts people just start up their boilers thinking all will be fine but this is when partially functioning boilers fail. Any registered heating engineer will tell you this is their busiest time of the year and most problems are due to lack of servicing.

Energy costs on the up

The winter is now well on its way and as usual higher fuel bills will follow. Energy experts are warning that household energy prices could be about to rise for the first time in two years, driven partly by higher import costs following the Brexit vote. The price of wholesale gas has steadily risen over the last three months but Britain is facing a double hit because gas imports from the continent are about 10% higher still, due to a fall in the value of sterling against the euro.

Save energy save money!!

The value of property in the UK is increasing day by day even after the Brexit vote, one very simple way to maximise this increase is to ensure your property is energy efficient. A recent report on property valuations clearly shows energy efficient homes attract much higher selling prices.

Big savings with a condensing boiler:

The term ‘condensing boiler’ refers to the fact that the boilers produce condense from time to time. Condensing boilers use heat from exhaust gases that would normally be released into the atmosphere through the flue. To use this latent heat, the water vapour from the exhaust gas is turned into liquid condensate. In order to make the most of the latent heat within the condensate, condensing boilers use a larger heat exchanger, or sometimes a secondary heat exchanger.