Cavity wall insulation

Cavity wall insulation

Working to help reduce the amount of energy you need to heat your home, investing in cavity wall insulation could return a £140 saving each year. With an estimated 33% of a home’s heat lost through the walls, it’s essential to ensure your walls are correctly...
Chimney caps and balloons

Chimney caps and balloons

It’s estimated that between 80-85% of the heat in a room can be lost through an open fireplace, so it’s important to block them when not in use. If you have one or more open chimneys in your home you can combat this heat loss by fitting caps over the chimney...
Double-glazing

Double-glazing

With as much as 18% of heat lost through windows, double-glazing can greatly improve the heat retention of your home while keeping out unwanted elements. Lasting for up to 20 years, if you replace single-glazing with double-glazing you could save around £180 a year on...
Loft insulation

Loft insulation

With an estimated 26% of a home’s heat escaping through the roof, adequately insulating your loft could save you up to £180 on your annual heating bills. Cheap and relatively simple to install yourself, once you’ve insulated your loft you shouldn’t need to do it...
Floor insulation

Floor insulation

With an estimated 8% of a home’s heating lost through the floor, insulating under the floorboards on your ground floor could save around £60 a year. Most effective in rooms suspended over unheated spaces, if you live on the ground floor or have rooms above an unheated...
Solid wall insulation

Solid wall insulation

If your property has solid walls, rather than cavity walls, you can work to insulate them from the inside or the outside. Common in homes built before 1920, properties with solid walls let through twice as much heat as their cavity wall counterparts. While...
Draught exclusion and other insulation

Draught exclusion and other insulation

There are several smaller ways homeowners can insulate their property. Often cheaper and easier to implement than measures that involve engineers and building work, here are some things you can do yourself: Exclude draughts It’s estimated that £30 could be saved each...