Heating is the largest energy expense in most homes, accounting for 35% to 50% of annual energy bills. Reducing your energy use for heating provides the single most effective way to reduce your home’s contribution to global environmental problems. Heating systems in the United Kingdom spew over a billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year and about 12% of the nation’s sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides.
A combination of conservation efforts and a new high-efficiency heating system can often cut your pollution output and fuel bills by one-third, and in some homes by half. Just upgrading your heating system or boiler to a high-efficiency model can save 1–2 tons of CO2 emissions each year in colder climates.
A heating system replaces heat that is lost through the walls, floor & roof of your house. How much energy your heating system requires to replace that lost heat depends on four factors: where the house is located (in colder places, the house will lose more heat); how big the house is; the energy efficiency of the house; and how energy efficient the heating system is. Hence a fabric first approach is best! Insulating the fabric of the building the putting in the appropriate heating system.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Electric Storage Heater
We’ve been working in the industry for over two decades and have honed our experience to other our customers tailored, complete solutions that are accredited and carried out by professional teams.
If your property is suffering from penetrating damp and mould - it's one of the main signs that you should contact a professional to assess your existing cavity wall insulation. We will give you a free no-obligation survey!