Energy Efficiency Measures

Improving the energy efficiency of the home by installing energy 
efficiency measures is often the most cost-effective way of making a 
sustained reduction in household heating costs and removing that 
household from fuel poverty.

Solid Wall Insulation

House walls are one of the major sources of heat loss.  Approximately 35% loss occurs from a solid wall alone.

There are many benefits of solid wall insulation:

  • Improves the thermal efficiency of the solid wall and reduces energy consumption by around 35%
  • Improve the aesthetics and value of the house
  • Reduces the dampness and condensation in the house

Loft Insulation

Around 25% of heat loss occurs through the roof.  Loft insulation is one of the most cost-effective measures to reduce heat loss and is installed in the loft joists.  This retains the heat, reducing the energy needed to heat the house which leads to a reduction of the energy bill every month.

Electric Storage Heater

This energy efficient electric heating system collects energy for heating during off-peak hours when electricity is cheaper and stores it for use during peak times.  This significantly reduces your energy bill and is energy efficient.  It can be used when needed without fear of spending too much on the energy bill.

Boiler and Heating Controls​

Installing an energy efficient boiler could save you hundred of pounds a year.  Since October 2010, all boilers in the UK need to be at least 86% efficient.  Having a more efficient boiler will help you save money on your energy bill, and also aid in saving the environment.

This system aids you in heating your home.  The best thing about this is it gives you control on when you want to turn your heating on and off, so it saves energy that could be wasted heating your home when it’s not needed.


Efficient ventilation circulates fresh air and removes the stale air from your home.  This helps reduce mould and dampness in a house and makes for a healthy environment in your home, so you can breathe happy.