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Discover our top tips on how you can keep your home warm while reducing your energy usage and lowering your bills.

Shower smart

1. Shower smart

You may love a long soak, but showers use less water than baths, so pick the energy saving option and take a shower. Plus, by keeping your shower to 4 minutes, an average household can save up to £70* a year.

*Estimated figures correct as of April 2022.

Source: Quick tips to save energy at home - Energy Saving Trust

Switch to save

2. Switch to save

Thinking about switching to a heat pump? Upgrading from an old G-rated gas boiler to an air source heat pump can save you up to £910* a year on your bills.

*Estimated figures correct as of April 2022

Source: https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/advice/air-to-water-heat-pumps/

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3. Turn down the dial

Do you battle over the thermostat? Time to give in! Turning your heating down by 1°C can save you around £105* a year on your bills.

*Estimated figures correct as of April 2022.

Source: https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/energy-saving-budget/

Cover the cracks

4. Cover the cracks

Lower your bills by up to £45* a year by draught-proofing. One of the quickest and most cost-effective ways of stopping heat escaping is to reduce heat loss from gaps, holes, or cracks, from gaps in the windows and doors through to open chimneys, and even floorboards.

*Estimated figures correct as of April 2022.

Source: https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/advice/draught-proofing/

upgrade to a new boiler

5. Upgrade to save

Did you know that you can save up to £580* a year on your gas bills by replacing an old G-rated boiler with a new energy efficient A-rated boiler (which is the equivalent saving of travelling 715.5 miles in your car!)

*Estimated figures correct as of April 2022.

Source: https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/advice/boilers/

Get smart

6. Get smart

Take control of your home heating and save on your bills. By using a full set of heating controls, including programmer, room thermostat, and thermostatic radiator valves you can save up to £103* a year.

*Estimated figures correct as of April 2022

Source: https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/energy-saving-budget/

Improve your insulation

7. Improve your insulation

Your home could be losing up to a quarter of it’s heat through the roof! So why not improve your insulation to see a reduction in your energy usage, and your bills.

Source: https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/advice/roof-and-loft-insulation/

bleed your radiators

8. Bleed your radiators

Regularly bleeding your radiators is key to ensure your heating is working at full efficiency and keeping your house warm. Watch our handy video on how to bleed radiators.

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9. Reduce your flow temperature

If you have a combi boiler and you're looking to reduce your energy consumption, one of the things you can do is reduce the flow temperature from the boiler to your radiators. 

Watch the video to find out how

Save money with a new boiler installation

You can save up to £580* a year on your gas bills by replacing an old G-rated boiler with a new energy efficient A-rated boiler.

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Source

*Based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler in England, Scotland and Wales with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls (TRVs) in a gas heated detached home from an older G-rated boiler with a programmer and room thermostat. Figures are based on fuel prices as of April 2022. Savings will vary depending on the size and thermal performance of your home.

https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/advice/boilers/