The funding varies from area to area; you can find out my clicking on your area on the map on […]Read more
No one energy supplier is best or even cheapest for everyone. It all depends on you, your home and how […]Read more
If you feel uncomfortable at all with a contractor then they are probably not the contractors for you. We have […]Read more
There are a number of local and government schemes around at the moment to help people access new boilers. Click […]Read more
Unfortunately there are very few funding pots for double glazing. The current government grants are based on carbon savings, and […]Read more
Most local schemes will need you to have been living in the property for at least 12 months, although some […]Read more
There are ways to insulate walls that do not have a cavity, the two main ways are internal or external […]Read more
There are currently no grants to install renewable energies but once they are installed there are some benefits. Unfortunately the […]Read more
Older storage heaters usually have an ‘input’ and ‘output’ dial. The input dial determines how much energy is stored in […]Read more
What is the different between a combi and standard boiler and a condensing and non-condensing boiler?
A combi (or combination) boiler heats both the radiators and the water as it passes through the boiler, this means […]Read more
You can insulate a loft using ‘room-in-roof’ insulation which involves insulating the roof rather than the loft floor. Usually this […]Read more
I am a landlord with an F or G rated property, can I access funding to improve this to fit in with the new Government guidelines?
Unfortunately the Government do not allow landlords to access funding for F & G rated properties through ECO or ECO […]Read more