Heating accounts for around 55% of what you spend in a year on energy bills, so an efficient boiler makes a huge difference. Under the ECO scheme, you can have a brand new A-rated, energy efficient combi or system boiler fitted free of charge or have the cost of a replacement heavily subsidised.
More than a third of all heat lost in uninsulated homes escapes through external walls. The better insulated your home, the less heat you will be losing, meaning you do not need to run your heating as much (saving you money).
Insulating your internal walls could make a big impact on annual heating bills, and make your home more comfortable. Internal wall insulation is very similar to external wall insulation, except that the insulation is applied to the inside of the property rather than the outside. Internal wall insulation is done by fitting rigid insulation boards to the wall, or by building a stud wall filled in with insulation material such as mineral wool fibre.
A quarter of heat is lost through the roof in an uninsulated home because of the fact that warm air rises. This means that keeping your loft, attic or flat roof insulated is a simple and effective way to reduce heat loss and reduce your heating bills.
Insulating your Underfloor is a great way to keep your property warm as an uninsulated floor can lose roughly 15% of the heat from your home. Underfloor insulation is an extremely efficient and effective way to create thermal efficiency in your home, plus a whole other host of benefits. We have supplied underfloor insulation to many happy customers across—all of whom have been extremely satisfied with the results.
Central heating is the most common form of household heating – approximately 96% of homes have a central heating system. They provide warmth by circulating hot water to radiators, which are usually placed in each room.