Most important, make absolutely sure you’re on the best energy tariff for your current needs, control is key if you’re to maximise your savings.

This can mean a few things where home energy is concerned, but a good place to start is getting to grips with your heating system by installing room thermostats, a programmer and thermostatic radiator valves. It’s not exactly exciting stuff, but when used properly, you can save money every year.

Getting the right controls enables you to set heating and hot water to turn on and off as you require them, heat only the parts of your home that need it, and at the right temperature.

Take control and save with new technology

You can take control up a level with smart technology. Smart heating controls are becoming increasingly available on the high street and online, and let you get a handle on home heating from your smart phone whether you’re at work, on the bus... or even at home. If you have the money for a bit of gadgetry that saves on bills over the long term, it’s worth researching these options.

Stop those expensive draughts

After a bit of the shiny tech, get back to basics and stop those draughts.

It’s often a job put off, and it certainly couldn’t be classed as glamorous, but getting a professional draught-proofing job done on windows, doors and floors, plus installing a chimney draught excluder, can make a world of different to home comfort and save more than you would imagine.

Other simple and low-cost measures

  1. Insulate the loft
  2. Insulate your pipework
  3. Service your boiler

Help required?

If you would like to make your home more energy efficient, check on this site to see what you may be entitled to. Some actions can be installed free if you are claiming certain benefits. Or if you would like to speak to an adviser just make contact and we will be happy to assist.

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Keep your energy bills lower in 2020
Most important, make absolutely sure you’re on the best energy tariff for your current needs, control is key if you’re to maximise your savings. This can mean a few things where home energy is concerned, but a good place to start is getting to grips with your heating system by installing room thermostats, a programmer and thermostatic radiator valves. It’s not exactly exciting stuff, but when used properly, you can save money every year. Getting the right controls enables you to set heating and hot water to turn on and off as you require them, heat only the parts of your home that need it, and at the right temperature. Take control and save with new technology You can take control up a level with smart technology. Smart heating controls are becoming increasingly available on the high street and online, and let you get a handle on home heating from your smart phone whether you’re at work, on the bus... or even at home. If you have the money for a bit of gadgetry that saves on bills over the long term, it’s worth researching these options. Stop those expensive draughts After a bit of the shiny tech, get back to basics and stop those draughts. It’s often a job put off, and it certainly couldn’t be classed as glamorous, but getting a professional draught-proofing job done on windows, doors and floors, plus installing a chimney draught excluder, can make a world of different to home comfort and save more than you would imagine. Other simple and low-cost measures Insulate the loft Insulate your pipework Service your boiler Help required? If you would like to make your home more energy efficient, check on this site to see what you may be entitled to. Some actions can be installed free if you are claiming certain benefits. Or if you would like to speak to an adviser just make contact and we will be happy to assist.
2020-05-11 09:28:41
2020-05-11 09:28:41
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