Our Green living hub is dedicated to educating and explaining how we can all make a small difference in our homes which could help you save a few pennies as well as helping the planet.
Go green at home
How to make your kitchen more eco-friendly
Did you know, besides the lighting and central heating, your kitchen is the greatest source of energy consumption in your entire home? So, if you’re trying to reduce your home’s carbon footprint (not to mention your monthly bills), the kitchen is the place to start. But what can you do to make your kitchen more eco-friendly?
How to get money off or free home improvements
Want to make your house energy efficient but need money to get started? Ask the government or your energy supplier for help.
Are you eligible for help with your winter energy bills?
Struggling to keep your home warm in winter? You may be able to apply for one of these government schemes…
Make your bathroom more eco-friendly
It might typically be the smallest room in the house, but the bathroom can pack a big punch when it comes to sustainability. Let’s see how ditching the plastic and making your shower more sustainable, can help improve your bathroom’s carbon footprint.
9 ways to save money heating your home
You won’t believe how simple it can be to lower your heating bills. Use these tips to get started…
5 interesting ideas to make your home truly low-carbon
Installing LED lightbulbs is all well and good, but to make the biggest impact you need to really change your behaviour too.
Being climate conscious
How is the government committed to fighting carbon emissions?
Reducing carbon emissions is a key priority for the government in the fight against climate change.
10 ways to be sustainable in day to day life
Sustainability is something we are all responsible for and something we all benefit from. Not only in the long run, by ensuring that we have a healthy, thriving planet, but also by saving ourselves money.
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) explained
How to get an EPC for your property
Before you can sell or rent out your home, you’ll need an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate). Here’s how to get one…
What is an EPC rating?
An EPC rating, or Energy Performance Certificate rating, gives you a general idea of how energy-efficient your property is. Here’s what you need to know.
Green Jargon Busters
We get it. You want to make your home more energy efficient, but you want the whole thing to be simple. The good news is it can be. Let’s start by breaking down some of the energy saving jargon…