Save Money By Saving Energy

The average home owner could save around £300 in fuel bills by making their home more energy efficient.

Our homes account for around 27% of the UK’s carbon emissions contributing to global climate change.

So by making our homes as energy efficient as possible we not only save money on our household bills we also help to protect the environment by reducing carbon emissions.

A great way of assessing your home for ways to be more energy efficient is to get an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). This is a survey which identifies ways to save money on your energy bills and increase the energy efficiency of your home.

Install Energy Efficient Rooflights

Flat roof skylights are a great way to let as much natural light as possible in to your living space. This reduces the reliance on artificial light and so reduces your electricity consumption.

Rooflights are thermal efficient too meaning that they prevent heat from escaping from your home. This means that you will need less fuel to keep your home warm and so your energy bills will decrease.

Talk to EOS Rooflights about flat roof skylights for your home.

Replace Windows and Doors

Installing double glazing throughout your home is another great way to insulate your home. Double glazed windows are already common but you can also fit an energy efficient door. These are called composite doors as they are made from a few different materials to maximise functionality.

Find out more about composite doors and get a free quote.

Composite Doors by Sheerwater Glass

Renewable Energy

Have you thought about using renewable energy to power your home?

Install solar panels on your property to harness the sun’s energy.

Buy your power from a company using wind farms to produce electricity. Click here for some answers to FAQ’s about wind power.

 

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Do you have energy saving tips? Contact us and let us know!