Did you know that the heating in your home accounts for around 60% of your annual energy bill?


If you have an old boiler in your home it may be wasting most of your energy, which is why it may be worthwhile upgrading to a new boiler with a higher energy efficiency rating. If you swap your ‘G’ rated boiler or an ‘A’ rated boiler, you could save £300.00 a year and cut your carbon footprint by 1,220kg. An Assessor will inspect your home and give you a detailed report on how you could save the energy usage by replacing your current boiler.

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How much can you save by installing heating controls?

Whatever the age of your boiler, the right controls will let you set your heating and hot water to come on and off when you need them, heat just the areas of your home you want, and decide how warm you want each area to be.

Average savings you can make in a typical three-bedroom semi-detached home, heated by gas:

  • Installing and correctly using a room thermostat and thermostatic radiator valves could save £80 - £165 and 330kg - 680kg carbon dioxide a year.
  • Fit a hot water tank insulation jacket to save £25 - £35 and 110kg - 140kg carbon dioxide a year

You can also make savings by using your controls more effectively:

  • Turn down your room thermostat by one degree to save about £85 - £90 and 310kg - 360kg carbon dioxide a year.

You can upgrade or install heating controls without replacing your boiler, and it’s a particularly good idea to think about this if your controls are over 12 years old. Room thermostats, for example, are much more accurate than they used to be.

Call now or fill in our enquiry form to see how we can help you save money by installing an energy efficient measure to your home.