Monthly Archives: November 2020

  1. Reducing Heat Loss In The Home

    Heating of the home is essential during the colder months of the year and is easily delivered through central heating and radiators. But heat loss in the winter is a problem that many of us face here in the UK. It’s an issue that not only affects your wallet but our environment too. So how can you prevent heat loss in the home during those chilly days of winter? 

    How Much Heat Is Lost?

    Depending on your property, heat loss can differ per household. But according to The Green Age, up to 25% of heat can be lost through your roof, whilst 35% can escape through gaps in walls, windows and doors*.

    Where Does It Escape? 

    As mentioned above, the most common places for heat to escape from the home are roofs, windows, doors, walls and even through your floors too. 

    What Causes Heat Loss?

    There are several things which can lead to heat loss. Lack of insulation in walls and the loft, i

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  2. Improving Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

    Improving your home’s energy efficiency is vital when it comes to protecting both the planet and your wallet. From reducing heat loss in the home to installing energy-efficient appliances, there are a lot of different ways to make energy-saving home improvements that make a big difference to your energy bills. Here are our top 10 ways you can help improve energy efficiency in your home.

    Install a smart home heating system

    Smart home heating systems allow you to have full, accurate control over the heating in your home, ensuring no unnecessary energy is wasted.

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