Heating control system
Controlling the way your home is heated is one of the better ways to reduce expensive energy bills and leave you with more disposable income at the end of every month. After all, 60% of your energy bill is from heating the home, so it’s certainly a good place to start.
With the right controls you’ll be able to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, whilst at the same time not wasting extra money on fuel. You’ll also be able to keep your home carbon emissions down too.
The good news is, heating control systems can be used with any boiler, no matter the style or age. This means there’s a saving to be made if you just go out there and get it.
By installing a heating control system you can save between £70 and £150 every year. On top of this there are a lot of CO2 emissions to be reduced to and you can slash between 310kg and 630kg annually.
Also consider the temperature you have your thermostat set on. By just turning it down a single degree, you can save as much as £75 a year and won’t feel a difference in temperature either.
With upgraded heating controls:
- Save a great deal on your energy bills, up to £170 annually
- Have better control over the temperature of your home, creating a more comfortable environment
- Reduce your home carbon emissions between 310kg and 630kg every year.
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Heating control system activity in July 2020
Heating control system Projects in the UK in July 2020
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Energy Performance of Houses
The below data shows the energy performance of homes in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating comes into play heavily if you want to sell your property, as potential buyers will see how much they're likely to be spending on their heating expenses. Property improvements including insulation help to considerably increase a home's EPC rating.