Good news today — we have added free boiler replacements to our already impressive list of free energy saving services.
If you live in an older house, you have probably noticed that you spend a lot of money keeping it warm in the winter. You may also notice that even when the house is warm inside, some of the walls feel cold to the touch or have condensation. That’s because most pre-1920’s homes (which includes most terraced houses) have solid brick walls which are poor at keeping in the heat. The good news is this – solid walls can be treated with External Wall Insulation.
How does external wall insulation work? How do you know if your house is suitable? How can you get a grant to help with the cost? Read on and find out.
We’ve started sending out our new-look solar panel quotes to our customers this week, and we’d like to know what you think of the new format. Below is an example of what the quotes look like.
If you are considering getting solar panels installed on your home, you should treat them as an investment. In other words, you need to consider how much money they will save/make for you and how long they will take to pay for themselves. Are they a wise investment when compared other places you could put your money? We set out to answer this question.
The “U-value” is a mysterious new piece of jargon used in our industry, that often leaves people confused. What are U-values, how do they affect your home, and what can you do to reduce them?
The top 5 is back, with home renovations, electric supercars, energy saving tyres, volcano power and pollution-destroying pants!
Renters can often feel powerless when it comes to making their home more energy efficient, as they are unable to do (or unwilling to pay for) things like replacing the boiler or getting double-glazing. Luckily, there are a few cheap & simple things you can do as a tenant to make your home more eco-friendly.
There’s nothing we love more than helping homeowners save energy and cut down their bills. That’s why we’ve been busy compiling this list of simple, easy-to-use gadgets designed to save energy in the home. Here’s our top 7: