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With all the ways to increase your home’s energy efficiency ahead of winter, there is no excuse not to take action. If you’re looking for ideas  on how best to prepare, read our blog post today and discover some of the best ways to make your home warm and cosy!

Inspect windows

Check for any draughts before the winter season and install some draught excluders whenever necessary. While you may not be able to control the weather, there are some things that you can do to keep your home cheaper and warmer. One of these is eliminating drafts by replacing old windows with new double glazed ones. This will help reduce energy costs in heating up your home during colder winter months.

Check doors

If you want to save money on your heating bills, it may be time to think about investing in some insulation for the doors in your home. Not only will this help keep heat inside where it belongs, but also improve the general quality of life by keeping cold drafts out and warm air in. If your door is very old though, it’s wise to consider a replacement.

Separate your conservatory

 If you want to see your energy bills go down, the best way is to take steps that will help insulate and separate your conservatory from other parts of your home. You can do it by installing a curtain or by rearranging furniture.

Close off empty rooms

It is obvious that it’s cheaper to heat a small home than a large one. To help reduce your heating costs in the winter time, close off empty rooms and maximize living space by moving furnishings closer together to decrease surface area. 

We hope these tips and tricks help you keep your home warm in the winter, but if not, let us know. Our team of experts are ready to partner with you to create a plan that makes your house more energy efficient this winter. From insulation or windows to door replacement, we’ll work together on what will best suit your needs.