Energy Efficiency

Advice blogs on topics that can help you to reduce your energy usage and become more energy efficient.


The ongoing UK Energy Crisis has led to a sharp rise in the prices we pay for our gas and electricity. This sudden increase may have you concerned about the affordability of keeping your home warm this winter. We've put together some top tips on using your heating controls to help keep bills low.

Making the most of your heating controls



With the return of the ‘stay at home’ message this January, it's likely we'll all be using more heating at home than usual. We've got some great advice to help you stay warm during lockdown.

Staying warm during lockdown



Our thermal imaging camera can be used to identify areas of heat loss in a home. Here's a brief look at a sample of images we've taken and find out what they mean.

Thermal Imaging – A Snapshot


During this difficult period, we’re all having to spend nearly all of our time at home. This inevitably means your energy use will increase and so will your costs. We’ve put together some simple tips you can put into practice to help keep your bills low.

Saving energy while self-isolating


Media volunteer Angie gives us some top tips and spring energy and money saving in her most recent blog.

Spring Energy Savings




Around 1/5th of the average household energy bill is spent on heating water, so using your water wisely can help cut your energy costs as well as reducing the water you use.

Waste Water, Waste Energy


Winter is the most difficult and expensive time of year when it comes to heating our homes. We've produced a handy infographic with some tips to help you keep your home warm and costs low.

Winter Advice for a Cosy Home



An energy monitor is a simple device which provides a near-accurate estimate of the electricity you are consuming in your home. It displays the daily running costs of electrical items in your home to help you save energy. Find out how these can benefit you in this blog.

Energy Monitors