According to a 2018 report on greenhouse gas emissions in the UK, residential areas account for a staggeringly high 18% of all carbon dioxide emissions. With the devastating environmental effect of carbon dioxide emissions well-established, it is important to take steps to improve the efficiency of heating systems in our homes. But, as well as the responsibility we have to the environment, there are practical and financial reasons for overhauling your heating system too. There are a number of ways you can do this, as you will learn over the course of this post.
Updating outdated, inefficient heating systems
Your ability to heat your home effectively is determined by an almost myriad number of things: age of your property, number of rooms, size, as well as if it’s detached, semi-detached or terraced. By submitting some of this information to us, we can help you navigate the sometimes tricky road towards securing Energy Company Obligation eligibility. Our strong ties to energy companies speeds up the process and ensures you get the best possible solution fitted in your home. Regardless of the kind of heating you have installed in your home – whether it’s an oil boiler, a gas boiler, or even if you have electric heating – we’ll be able to help modernise your system and reduce any inefficiencies.