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  • Up to £240 off your energy bills
  • Up to £395 off your installation costs
  • Over 9oo kg of C02
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Wrap your house up warm this winter!

  • External wall insulation
  • Save around £235 per year on heating bills
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Fit high performance external doors!

  • Keep your home warmer and more airtight
  • Improve the security and look of your home
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Room in roof insulation!

  • Save you up to £400 a year on your fuel bills
  • Increase living space and property value
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Internal solid wall insulation!

  • Improve energy efficiency and internal decor
  • Save around £260 per year
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How Much Will Room in the roof Insulation Save Me?
A well-insulated house keeps warmth exactly where you need it Around 25% of all the heat is lost in an un-insulated room in the roof. You could save you up to £400 a year on your fuel bills by insulating your room in the roof.
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Insulating your flat roof is a cost effective and effective way of making saving money and making otherwise unused space habitable.
Flat roof insulation
Installing flat roof insulation could save you similar amounts on your heating bills to loft insulation. The savings will vary depending on how much of the property has a flat roof.
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An average home loses 10% of its heat through windows and doors. Good, energy efficient glazing reduces this heat loss, keeps the home warmer and reduces heating bills. It can also make the home quieter.
Replacement Windows
Double-glazed windows have two sheets of glass with a gap between them which is usually 16mm wide. It is this gap which creates an insulating barrier to slow down the rate at which heat escapes from the home. Triple-glazed windows are now also available which have three sheets of glass, and therefore two insulating gaps, to provide even better insulation.
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Insulating your cavity walls is a simple and effective way to reduce your heating bills – and having a warmer home Saving up to £190 annually. Cavity Walls
To find out whether your home has cavity walls, look at the brick work. If the bricks of your walls show only their long sides your home has cavity walls Cavity wall insulation can cut your heating bills so much that it will pay for itself quickly. What’s more, there are grants and offers available to help pay for cavity wall insulation.
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A flue gas heat recovery system can make boilers more efficient by capturing and re-using heat energy that would otherwise have escaped out of your flue or chimney. flue gas heat recovery devices
Helps improve the energy rating of a new build property by up to 3%. Improves Domestic Hot Water efficiency by using latent heat within flue gas to pre-heat incoming mains cold water. No need for blending valve or expansion vessel in most system designs. Compatible with both horizontal and vertical flues. Fitted independently of boiler
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No one likes to live in a draughty house. And apart from the discomfort, it’s a waste of money if the heat you have paid for is escaping through gaps in the house and being replaced by cold air from outside.
A well-insulated house keeps warmth exactly where you need it The good news is that draught proofing is cheap and effective . A small investment can go a long way to plugging those gaps and keeping cosy at home. You’ll stop wasting money on your heating bills, and cut down on your carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions too.
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Insulating your hot water cylinder and pipe work is a simple and cost effective way to save energy in your home.
Insulate your cylinder
Usually the hot water tank can be found in an airing cupboard although they can sometimes be found in the loft. Many houses in the UK have un-insulated hot water tanks which allow heat to escape unnecessarily.
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A Waste Water Heat Recovery Unit (WWHRU) for shower water, meaning it recovers heat from the warm waste water as it passes through before going to the drainage system for the property.
Waste water heat recovery systems The heat recovery is possible, due to the copper heat exchanger within the WWHR unit which is a very effective material for transferring heat. The preheated water then supplies the mains cold feed to the shower and either a combination boiler or a hot water storage cylinder.
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Replacing your old door with a high thermal performance door can keep your home warmer and reduce your fuel bills.
High performance doors
High performance external doors are designed to keep your home warmer and more airtight. They can be constructed of PVC-U, aluminium, timber or a combination of these materials.
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Floor insulation is a simple and effective way to keep your home warm and reduce your energy bills.
Underfloor Insulation
Regardless of whether you have a suspended wooden floor or a concrete floor, improving your insulation could save you up to £90 per year. You may also be able to get financial help and other support to help you pay to have the insulation installed by a professional.
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Insulate your home and stop the 'great escape'
Loft insulation
A quarter of a home's heat is lost through the roof, which is why loft insulation makes such a difference.
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How old is your central heating boiler? If it’s more than 10 years old, it may be time to think about replacing it with a new high efficiency model.
Upgrade your boiler
Today’s central heating boilers are much better than the old ones. They can heat water more efficiently, meaning they use less gas or oil to do the same job.
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Adding a thermal layer to the inside walls.
Internal Insulation
Adding a thermal layer to the inside walls.
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Adding a thermal layer to the outside walls.
External wall insulation
Nearly half of all the heat lost from some solid-walled houses (those without a wall cavity) escapes through the walls.
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Making the most of your heating system.
Heating Control
Decent central heating controls will help you heat your home more efficiently and lead to lower energy bills.
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Cylinder insulation and hot water controls
Loft and hatch insulation
Room-in-roof insulation and roof
WWHR????
Cavity wall insulation
Flue gas heat recovery devices
Gas fired condensing boilers
Heating controls
Underfloor insulation
Pipe insulation
Underfloor heating
High performance external doors
Internal wall insulation
External wall insulation
Draught proofing
Replacement glazing - Secondary glazing

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Room-in-roof insulation

Around 25% of all the heat is lost in an un-insulated room in the roof. Read more...

Cavity wall insulation

Insulating your cavity walls is a simple and effective way to reduce your heating bills, saving up to £190 annually. Read more...

Central heating controls

Decent central heating controls will help you heat your home more efficiently and lead to lower energy bills. Read more...

Draught-proofing

A small investment can go a long way to plugging those gaps and keeping cosy at home. Read more...

Hot water cylinder & pipe insulation

Many houses in the UK have un-insulated hot water tanks which allow heat to escape unnecessarily. Read more...

Flat roof insulation

Insulating your flat roof is a cost effective and effective way of  saving money. Read more...

External solid wall insulation

Nearly half of all the heat lost from some solid-walled houses (those without a wall cavity) escapes through the walls. Read more...

Internal solid wall insulation

Adding a thermal layer to the inside walls. Read more...

Loft insulation

A quarter of a home's heat is lost through the roof, which is why loft insulation makes such a difference. Read more...

Flue gas heat recovery

A flue gas heat recovery system can make boilers more efficient by capturing and re-using heat energy. Read more...

Underfloor insulation

Floor insulation is a simple and effective way to keep your home warm and reduce your energy bills. Read more...

Waste water heat recovery

Recovers heat from the warm waste water as it passes through before going to the drainage system for the property. Read more...

Upgrading your boiler

If it’s more than 10 years old, it may be time to think about replacing it with a new high efficiency model. Read more...

Energy efficient glazing

Good, energy efficient glazing reduces this heat loss, keeps the home warmer and reduces heating bills. Read more...

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