Are you ready for winter?
I’m sure many of you will have noticed a considerable drop in the temperature outside due to our mild autumn season. The shorter days and lower temperatures can put a strain on households because of an increasing need for heating and light, so I thought it would be a good idea to share some energy efficiency tips with you all.
Improving the energy efficiency of your home is very important during the winter season due to rising energy bills and falling temperatures, and one area that definitely needs some attention is draught-proofing your home.
If you are experiencing draughts then it’s a good idea to check all of the windows and doors in your home. A-Rated Double Glazed Windows can be a cost effective way to prevent draughts while improving the security and value of your home, and updating your doors can provide that necessary protection against the elements.
You can also improve the energy efficiency of your home by checking that your boiler is performing as well as it possibly can be. Our energy-efficient boilers are easy to install, simple to use and economical to run, so you can enjoy a warmer home and reduced energy bills.
If you don’t shop around for energy deals on the market, then you could be missing out on cheaper tariffs. You can also save money by simply changing the way in which you pay your energy bills. It has been estimated that those paying by monthly direct debit save around £100 annually, compared to those who choose to pay by cash or cheque.
Source: The Telegraph