Nobody enjoys spending money on bills but it’s unavoidable. What’s worse is that a portion of the money leaving your account is wasted on inefficiencies such as heat escaping from your home and appliances using too much electricity. If you’re considering improving your home then cutting out these inefficiencies and reducing your monthly bills could be a good start.
Heat rises - so the potential to lose heat (and money) through your roof is high. By adding insulation you'll reduce the loss and save money.
Approximate cost based on a 4 bedroom detached house (2)
Think of this as wrapping a blanket around your home, keeping everything toasty without having to turn up the heating.
Approximate cost based on a 4 bedroom detached house (3)
Adding double glazing helps retain heat saving money on your energy bill.
Based on a semi-detached house with 10 casement windows (4)
By replacing your windows with energy-efficient windows you'll see many benefits. In the short-term you'll reduce your energy bills, reduce your carbon footprint and reduce noise pollution. The annual savings might look modest but new windows add to the overall value of your home. (5)
By insulating your hot water tank you can reduce heat loss by over 75%. You could also lag your pipes and make even more savings.
Approximate cost based on a 4 bedroom detached house (6)
These not only reduce the amount of heat your house loses, they deliver fresher air and help reduce allergy suffering.
Based on a 4 bedroom detached house (7)
Your boiler accounts for around 55% of your annual energy costs. An efficient boiler can mean big savings.
Based on a semi-detached house, with a current F-rated boiler (8)
A very simple way to reduce wasted energy and bills. From gaps round door, to letterboxes and fireplaces, small changes can make a big difference.