Find some of the best ways in which you can make your home more energy-efficient this winter 2019.
What can you do as a homeowner?
During this time of the year, it becomes the best time to make any sort of improvements to your home before winter sets in. During the months of October to January, the weather will be really cold and you will notice problems with heat loss. You need to try and identify any problems with your home that will lose heat during the winter. These can then be improved with new windows, new doors, double glazing, triple glazing or even solid roof conservation to a conservatory. Finding out now what could potential cost you during the winter months is the best way of approaching energy efficiency.
Replace Old Window Units.
To help prevent heat loss during the colder months. Now is a great time to upgrade your old single pane glass windows to double glazed windows. Old wooden windows can allow heat to escape from your home. Running up the total cost of your energy bills. Why not upgrade these windows for state of the art uPVC double glazed windows. They come in a wide range of designs, colours and styles to choose from. Making it easy to find the perfect window style for your home. Furthermore, having new windows will help to prevent heat loss and save you money on your energy bills.
Yearly Boiler & Heating Inspection.
You want to get a gas engineer to come out and check on your boiler at least once a year. A boiler that isn’t working correctly could be costing you more money on your heating bills. A service engineer will make sure that the boiler is working correctly and provide advice on any problems with the current boiler. In rare cases, you may have to upgrade to a newer more modern boiler. However, over time this will pay for itself as it will be supplying lovely warmth to your home during the winter months.
Better Energy Suppliers.
Have you ever considered changing your energy provider?. If you havent you may want to look into it. Changing energy providers can save you up to 60% on your current tariff.
Homeowners who do decide to change energy suppliers can save anything up to £250 pounds a year. It isn’t even a hard task to change to a cheaper supplier. All you have to do is use your recent energy bill. Find a cheaper energy provider on a price compare website and choose a new plan or package. Once you have found the right energy plan for you. The new supplier will take care of transferring you the homeowner over to them.
For more information on making your home energy efficient this winter. Contact one of our home improvement advisors today on 01744 611203 for a free quotation on windows, doors, conservatories and other home improvements.