Thompson and Parkes look at three ways to be more energy efficient:
Energy – Efficient Boilers
It is the law in the UK for every new central heating boiler to utilize energy-efficient boilers.
Once set up, which is an extremely simple process, condenser boilers boast a greater heat exchange than standard devices. As a result, more heat is recovered while cooler gases are transported up the flue.
A side effect of cooler gases being sent up the flue is these gases can reduce in temperature to the point where the water vapour present condenses out. Even more energy is recovered through this motion.
The scientific fact that heat rises should give you a clear indication of why it is often advised that you install loft insulation in your home.
As well as bringing down the amount of heat that is able to escape from a roof, this energy efficiency measure can also reduce problems with condensation.
Cavity Wall Insulation
Just like with loft insulation, install cavity wall insulation around your property and the results will be fewer problems with condensation and the ability to retain more heat in a home. Obviously, a main difference between the two is that cavity walls can be found in various rooms in your house.
Don’t worry about the installation taking hours if not days either. All a professional need to do is drill a few holes into the exterior side of the wall and then use specialised devices to pump the appropriate amount of insulation inside the space.
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