Want to reduce your household energy costs?

Households could save over £2,000 a year by investing in energy saving features

17 Apr 2013, 11:07

People try to combat high energy bills by keeping the heating to a minimum, blocking drafts and making mindful efforts to not waste electricity, but yet energy bills can still often surprise us.

Households could save themselves over £2,000 a year if they were to invest in energy saving features. Solar panels, combi-boilers and cavity wall insulation are just some of the features that could help a household keep their pennies in their pockets.

With recent stats indicating that energy and water bills have increased by 79 per cent in five years, now is the time to start looking at what measures can be taken to safeguard against these rising energy costs, for now and for the future.

To find out how much you could save, check out this helpful tool from windows and doors experts, Safestyle UK: http://www.safestyle-windows.co.uk/saving-energy/

Research and content provided by Safestyle UK

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