43% of all CO2 (Carbon Emissions) come from our "Leaky Homes". Lack of insulation is a major contributor to these levels.
Households are considered to be in fuel poverty if they have to spend more than 10% of their household income on fuel (gas & electric) to keep their home warm.
Gas and Electric prices are expected to rise between 52% and 72% by 2020. Learn how to save on your utility costs! Contact us for an Domestic energy assessor, Energy Performance Survey Today.
Have you considered Solar Panels? You can qualify for the Feed in Tariff (FIT) This is where you get paid from your utility provider to produce electricity.
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Air Source Heat Pumps are a renewable technology. They work by extracting warm air molecules from the outside air, then by using a heat exchanger turn this into heat in your home. You can apply for the RNHI (Renewable heat incentive) from the government. These units are highly efficient, where a boiler is typically around 86% efficient the ASHP is an average of 250% to 400 %. Possibly consider an ASHP when your boiler is due to be replaced.