Becoming more energy efficient at home is not only for those who want to save the environment; it can also help your wallet. Whatever your reasons, cutting back on energy usage has many benefits.
Some changes are one-time investments, while other things you can do each day. Whether you make a big investment in something like solar panels or insulating your roof, or you opt for switching off your lights, you can still save money.
The average house uses 37% of its energy in the winter, compared to 13% in the summer. For example, if your annual energy bills are £1000 that equates to approximately £28 a week in the winter months and £10 a week in the summer months. So being extra careful over winter could really pay off.
There are also a number of websites where you can check if you are eligible for any saving grants:
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