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First Time Central Heating
We are able to subsidise the cost of installing your 4kW Solar PV system via an ECO grant. A 4kW system would normally cost £6,200 (see energysavingtrust.org.uk), but thanks to our access to ECO funding grants we are able to reduce the cost down to just £1499.
You will own the Solar PV system just as you would if you paid the full price, that includes all of the savings and benefits associated with having a Solar PV system on your home.
Loft Insulation grants are available to homes with inefficient heating systems (or no heating system), with no requirement to meet any benefit criteria.
Cavity Wall Insulation
About a third of all the heat lost in an uninsulated home escapes through the walls. Proper cavity wall insulation will save energy and cut heating costs. UK houses mostly have either solid or cavity walls. Many cavity walls can be insulated by injecting insulation material into the cavity, you will need to employ a registered installer.
Installation costs of cavity wall insulation depend on the size of your home. But whether you live in a large detached house or small flat, you should be able to make back the installation cost in 5 years or less due to the yearly energy bill savings you will make.
You might be able to reduce these costs by carrying out the work at the same time as other home improvements or by not tackling the whole house at once.
Under Floor Insulation
Generally speaking, you only need to insulate the ground floor, although consider insulating any floors that are above unheated spaces such as garages. Older homes are more likely to have solid concrete floors with newer homes having suspended timber floors.
Timber floors can be insulated by lifting the floorboards and laying mineral wool insulation supported by netting between the joists. Insulating under the floorboards on the ground floor will save you about £40 a year.
Modern boilers are more efficient for several reasons, but their main advantage is that they are all condensing boilers. All well-maintained boilers burn their fuel very efficiently, but they inevitably lose some heat in the hot gases that escape up the flue. A condensing boiler has a larger heat exchanger, so it recovers more heat, sends cooler gases up the flue and is more efficient.
Sometimes the flue gases get so cool that the water vapour in the gas condenses out, hence the name, and even more energy is recovered from the condensing vapour.