Helping UK homeowners save money on their heating

How to Save Water (and Energy) at Home

The average UK household uses 160 litres of water every single day, a number that continues to rise. All that water usage sees bills typically sitting at a total of £415 each year.  Cutting down...

What are Thermodynamic Panels?

Using the heat in the air outside, thermodynamic panels are able to heat a hot water tank to provide a home with a renewable way of heating the domestic hot water.While they’re similar to solar...

Staying Safe Around Home Heating

Keeping your home warm during the winter is essential but not many people consider central heating safety. Stay safe around your central heating system by following these steps.Gas boiler...

How to Prevent Damp in Your Home

Damp and mould can not only cause damage to your home but your health too, which is why knowing how to prevent damp in your home is important.From keeping your home well heated to not drying...

What is a Home Energy Audit?

The average UK home spends over £1,000 on energy each year, making it one of the biggest annual expenses for homeowners.Making sure your home is running efficiently will help to keep your energy...

12,000 Shell Energy Retail Customers Overcharged

After overcharging around 12,000 default tariff customers, Shell Energy Retail Limited is set to make a total payment of £390,000 in refunds, compensation and a contribution to Ofgem’s voluntary...

UK to Target Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050

By 2050 the UK will be producing ‘net zero’ carbon emissions, outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May has announced.The legislation is the first of any G7 country to commit to reaching net zero...

Are Hydrogen Boilers the Future of Home Heating?

Turning to renewable energy is a high priority as the UK looks to cut carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. To achieve this, the 80% of UK homes fuelling their central heating system with a gas boiler...

Solar Heating with an Electric Combi Boiler

An electric combi boiler is the ideal choice for small and off-grid homes but the running costs often put many homeowners off having one installed.To keep those running costs down, pair an electric...

Water Source Heat Pumps Explained

Open water sources like lakes and rivers store solar energy that Water Source Heat Pumps are able to extract this energy and use it to provide a home with heating and hot water.So, is a Water...

Landlord Efficiency Cap Could Fall Short

With the introduction of a cap that expects landlords to contribute £3,5000 towards improving the efficiency of their rental properties, the Heating and Hot Water Council (HHIC) fear this might not...

Air Source Heat Pumps: A Sizing Guide

Air source heat pumps are becoming more and more popular with homeowners looking to reduce their heating bills and/or reduce their carbon emissions, but one of the most frequently asked questions is...

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