Energy Efficient Home Improvements
Un-insulated cavity walls can lose a large proportion of the heat you produce. If you insulate cavity walls you will reduces your carbon emissions, heat loss and will save you around £125 a year on your utility bills.
25% of heat loss in the home can occur through an un-insulated roof and loft space. That is a quarter of all energy used to heat your home being lost.
Solid wall construction leads to greater heat loss than cavity walls. Insulating involves adding a layer of insulation to either the inside or the outside surface of the external walls, which reduces heat loss and makes the property more energy efficient.
A large proportion of the energy used in a domestic property provides heat and hot water, is your system efficient and how can you ensure maximum performance.
Heating controls control your heating distribution with the ability to programme both time and temperature. These controls are essential to ensure you only heat areas which you need heating, when you want to.
Increasing the thickness of existing cylinder insulation around the hot water cylinder is cheap and easy to do. Why should I do it?
Air conditioning and cooling is when the air is dehumidified to make the temperature more comfortable. Air con is commonly used in buildings and motor vehicles.