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Loft insulation
In an uninsulated home a quarter of your heat
is lost through the roof. Insulating your loft is a
simple and effective way to reduce your
heating bills and you can even do it yourself.
insulating your loft will help to heat your home
more efficiently. Using less energy reduces
carbon dioxide emissions (CO2): one of the
biggest causes of climate change. You will also
save money on your bills too .…read more

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Wall insulation
35 % of heat is lost from walls in the home ,
so insulating your walls will help to heat your
home more efficiently. Using less energy
reduces carbon dioxide (CO2): one of the
biggest causes of climate change. It will help
you to stop wasting money on your energy
bills too…read more

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Glazing
All properties lose heat through their
windows. Installing energy efficient
glazing is an effective way of reducing
your energy bills and keeping your
home warmer and quieter , 10 % of
heat is lost through windows .…read more

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Floor insulation
Using a silicone sealant to fill gaps will
save you around £20 a year on your
heating bills. Insulating underneath the
floorboards on the ground floor will save
you around £50 a year.…read more

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Draught proofing
Draught proofing is one of the cheapest and
most efficient ways to save energy in any type
of building .To draught proof your home you
should block up unwanted gaps that let cold
air in and warm air out. By saving warm air
you'll use less energy to heat your home…read more

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