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A TOP energy adviser has advised millions of property owners to look into the government’s energy saving initiative which helps residents pay for home improvements. Alistair Buchanan, chief executive of Ofgem, the electricity and gas market...
THE BEST way to cut fuel poverty and boost the job market is to insulate the homes of low income families. A study by Consumer Focus suggested increasing the energy efficiency of millions of households across the UK, could help the poorest who...
CategoryMeasureAnnual Saving*HeatingGas Condensing Boiler£300Oil Condensing Boiler£300Under Floor Heating£80 Biomass Stove£90District Heating£160 Hot Water System£150Fan Assisted Storage Heater£100 Radiant Heating£125Solar Water Heating£80 Warm Air...
Cavity Walls Most homes built after the 1920s are constructed using cavity walls, which are two layers of bricks, or in some cases concrete blocks, with a small area or cavity gap between. The reason for having a cavity gap is to minimise damp...
**The government stopped funding the Green Deal scheme in 2015. To receive quotes from double glazing installers, enter your details in the form above The Green Deal is a new government backed scheme which will help residents in the UK finance...
How Does the Green Deal Work? Under the Green Deal, the government will offer loans to any UK home or business wanting to make energy efficient improvements to their property. The loan can be taken for up to 25 years and is added to the property's...