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Ground Source Heat Pump
Home Energy

Ground Source Heat Pumps – Benefits and Disadvantages

If you’re considering installing a ground source heat pump, you’ll probably want to know how they work and what the benefits and disadvantages are. We’ll go over the benefits and disadvantages of this type of heating and cooling system, and we’ll also talk about how efficient they are. Read on to learn more! Getting started is simple. Follow these steps to get started. Listed below are some of the benefits and drawbacks of ground source heat pumps.

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Building Heat Loss Survey
Home Energy

Building Heat Loss Surveys – What You Need to Know

When considering a building heat loss survey, you’re likely to be interested in determining the temperature in your home or office, but how do you know if you’re in danger? How much does a thermal imaging survey cost? And how does it compare to other methods? The following information will help you decide whether a heat loss survey is worth the expense. Also, you’ll learn how to calculate the cost of a heat loss survey.

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Water Underfloor Heating
Home Energy

Water Underfloor Heating

Water underfloor heating works by distributing heat evenly throughout the floor. This technology operates at a lower temperature than traditional radiators, reducing energy costs. It can keep your floors warm even when the windows are open. In addition to the many benefits of water underfloor heating, this type of flooring can add value to your home, boosting the overall market value of your home. Here are some of the advantages of water underfloor systems.

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Home Energy

Commercial Heat Loss Survey

A commercial heat loss survey is a very effective way to identify areas where energy costs are excessive. These problems can be quite small, but if left unchecked they can quickly turn into huge problems. A heat loss survey is conducted with thermal imaging, which is a technique that uses high-resolution cameras to capture thermal images. The thermographer is also accredited by the IATS (Independent Airtightness Testing Scheme) and has the expertise to analyse the data to make sure that it is accurate.

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Victorian Houses
Home Energy

Draught Free and Warm – Ensure Energy Efficiency in Victorian Homes

Although draughty Victorian houses are uncomfortable, they can be a great way to save money on your energy bills. A good idea is to make the most of the space available by adding solid wall insulation and a boiler. This will increase the amount of space you have inside your home, which means you’ll have more room to move around. But if your house is already draughty, it’s best to make some changes now.

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Renewable Heat Incentive
Home Energy

What is the Renewable Heat Incentive?

Renewable Heat Incentive is a payment system for building energy-efficient homes. It was introduced in England, Scotland, and Wales on 28 November 2011. The program replaced the Low Carbon Building Programme, which was closed in 2010. The incentives are available for new and existing properties. Read on to find out more about this scheme. It has many advantages and is designed to encourage home owners to install energy-efficient heating systems. The scheme is intended to reduce household energy bills and cut carbon emissions.

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Home Energy

Air Source Heat Pumps – Disadvantages?

Air source heat pumps are energy-efficient and are often cheaper to run than other heating systems. The amount you pay for your unit will depend on how efficient it is, the temperature outside, and the amount of heating you need in your home. Running costs are also affected by factors such as the size of the equipment and how well insulated your house is. In some cases, you can hire a professional installer to install your air source heat pump.

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Smart Meter
Home Energy

Smart Meters – The Pros and Cons

Smart meters are devices that monitor energy consumption and display it in real-time. They are typically installed inside a home. They display your consumption data in kilowatt-hours (kWh). You can view this information hourly, weekly, or monthly. You can also set a budget to reduce your energy usage and save money. There are many benefits to using a smart meter. To learn more about the benefits of a smart meter, check out our guide.

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