Christmas is looming right around the corner, and with the start of a long winter, it’s time to get your heating issues sorted. With the rise in use of heaters, resulting in the rise of energy bills, clubbed with the cost of living crisis, most low – income families get stuck in a tight spot. While an upgraded heating system is sure to give some financial relief in the long run, the cost of getting it done might not be everyone’s cup – of – tea. The Government Boiler Scheme is an answer to the prayers of such homes. If your home qualifies for Central Heating Grants, you will find yourself in a spot of luck this Christmas!
Along with being more cost effective, an upgraded boiler system also makes your home more energy efficient. With this, households can also contribute towards the net zero initiative of the UK Government. Why not give back to Mother Earth this Christmas? Along with getting draught excluders or insulation so as to delay heating as much as possible, you could contribute towards energy efficiency in the following ways –
With Smart Controls, you could easily and actively adjust the heating inside your home in accordance with the weather outside, from the comfort of your favourite spot in the house.
With Smart Meters installed, it becomes easier for energy providers to manage electricity transmissions based on the feedback received from homes. This goes a long way as an energy efficiency contributor.
With the Thermostat installed in a neutral temperature zone, you can make sure that the heater receives the correct temperature readings and thus is able to accordingly adjust and avoid wasteful energy usage.
With the Thermostatic Radiator Valves in all rooms, you could easily turn off the heat of unused rooms to keep wastage to minimum.
With a revamping of your boilers from the highly inefficient models made before 2004 to an A – Rated Boiler, you can save as much as 200 Pounds a year in energy bills.
With a switch to a Green Energy Supplier, you can make sure that you use renewable resources to power your home.
Another way to be energy efficient is to make sure you turn off your heat at the right time. The most popular date among UK households to turn down their thermostats is predicted to be March 14th by Utility Bidder.
For further information, visit https://govukgrants.co.uk/
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