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Be More Green

Trying to become more eco friendly can be likened to the process of losing weight because most of it is down to habit and mindset. That’s why, when setting environmental targets, it’s easier to view the changes you make to get there as being permanent. This puts into perspective what is manageable and what, for the time being, is going to be a little more difficult. Towards the end of 2020, the government announced an extension to the Green Homes Grant. This scheme allows property owners to apply for a grant to make energy efficiency improvements to their properties. The scheme funds up to two thirds of the improvement costs, up to the value of £5,000 per household. Homeowners and landlords have until 31st March 2022 to get their upgrades completed. The renovations undertaken under this scheme must increase the energy efficiency of the property. For example, a few qualifying green home improvements include insulation, heating, draught-proofing and double and triple glazing. In addition, renewable energy features, like heat pumps and solar panels, are also eligible upgrades. Your heating is one of the biggest ways that you use energy. And it can be very easy, especially during the winter months, to leave your heating on for longer than you strictly need it. This can lead to a lot of both wasted energy and wasted money. The best way to combat this is to have a smart meter installed. Solar panels are an essential feature for any eco home. Providing you with completely clean electricity they can sometimes even make enough energy to allow you to sell some back to the grid. Solar panels are certainly a long-term investment. Good insulation helps hold in the heat, meaning you don’t need to burn energy reheating the home all of the time. There are plenty of places that can and should be insulated including within the walls and in the roof.

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Free Thermal camera survey

Thermal imaging surveys utilise thermal imaging cameras to showcase the surface temperatures around your property in order to identify thermal changes that indicate possible defects that require resolution. Thermographic surveys can identify potential problems long before lasting damage is caused. This is the only non-intrusive way to locate missing insulation and thermal bridges within the fabric of a buildng.
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Damp Survey

A Damp Survey is a detailed look into a property which has shown potential damp problems. Damp is a common issue, and if left untreated, can cause some costly damage. Following an external inspection, an internal survey will be carried out, this could be a general inspection, or be restricted to a specific area where a problem is located.

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Insulate your conservatory

Transform your existing conservatory to the talking point of your home. We will regulate the temperature with a thermal barrier to keep your conservatory warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Our conservatory roof insulation solutions has been carefully designed to bring you the best aesthetics combined with the greatest functionality.

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Pay for work over a twelve month period using our 0% interest free payment option after deposit has been paid. Payments are taken via Direct Debit using GoCardless which is completely paperless and hassle free.
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