Lowering your room thermostat by just one degree can result in noticeable savings on your annual heating bill - this simple adjustment can help you stay comfortable while reducing energy consumption.
Upgrading to the latest Smart Controls for your heating and hot water systems can significantly boost energy efficiency. These systems allow for precise temperature management and scheduling, potentially saving you 25 to 30% on your annual heat energy expenses.
Regular servicing of your combi boiler is essential to ensure it operates at its peak efficiency; this is particularly crucial if the flow temperature can be adjusted downward. Efficient boiler operation contributes to annual energy savings, and should always be performed by a qualified Gas Safe engineer.
If you're looking at a larger renovation or new build, consider using a heat pump as your primary heat source. In well-designed homes, heat pumps are more cost-effective to run than traditional heating systems, and are powered by electricity rather than oil or gas.