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How to make your home more efficient

Here are a few steps you can do to improve the efficiency of your home. The UK loses around £500,000,000 per year due to poor insulation and heat loss. Consider taking one of these steps:

  1. Insulation

Installing good insulation can save each home on average £160 per year. You can save money by installing loft insulation of the highest quality. You should also consider the insulation of your walls. To find out more about Insulation Render services, go to APS provide Insulation Render Systems

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  1. Upgrade your boiler

You could lose up to £200 per year if you run an inefficient boiler. It could be a great way to lower your energy bills in the long run by updating your boiler. Your carbon emissions will also be reduced. On a scale of A to F, boilers are rated according to their efficiency.

  1. Insulate doors and use thick curtains

Hanging heavier curtains will prevent heat from escaping out the windows. It also makes your home more comfortable and warm during the winter. Stick-on insulation can be used to insulate areas of the door where there is a draught. This option is simple and inexpensive.

  1. Consider double glazing

Double glazing is a great investment for homeowners. Your annual fuel bill can be significantly reduced. Double glazing will increase the comfort of your home in the long run.

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  1. Compare tariffs and find the best deal

Spend some time researching and finding the best energy deal that suits your needs. Be savvy to find the best deals and special offers for your home.


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