Living in a warm home is good for your physical and mental health, so we've teamed up with the NHS to help you save money on your bills and keep warm for less this winter. We can also check what financial support might be available to help you do this.
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With the cost of living rising, here are some ways you can start saving
Install and use a smart meter with an in-home display unit. The display can help to identify how much energy is used at different times of the day. This can help identify energy that is wasted and help you find ways to save.
Insulate your home - it’s important to make your home as insulated and free of draughts as possible. For instance, if you have no loft insulation, installing 270mm of new insulation could save £255 a year. Blocking any draughts coming in from windows and doors could save another £45 a year.*
Use less hot water - by switching from baths to showers and cutting down the amount of time in the shower. Less water used means less energy to heat it and so less of a cost.
Reduce your car use by a quarter - this could save up to £290 in fuel costs. Try walking, wheeling or cycling for shorter journeys where possible.
Did you know… if every household in the UK avoided standby and turned appliances off when not in use, together we'd save around £1.5 billion every year on our energy bills.**