There is a glimmer of spring in the air, the mornings are lighter and the evenings are getting brighter. Now is a great time to review your cleaning regime and refresh your home in time for you to enjoy the spring season.
Everything is nearly complete and your moving date is in sight, after frantically packing up your belongings, sorting out your final bills and booking removal men is there anything else that you haven’t thought of?
Recent findings have revealed that only one in ten people consider a properties energy rating when hunting for a new home, a poor energy rating could end up costing you thousands of pounds extra per year in household bills.
Social Landlords can welcome the news that implementing energy efficiency measures will be made far simpler under proposed changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE) has laid a marker down to its competitors becoming the first supplier out of the so called ‘Big Six’ to offer a faster switching service in what could prove a watershed moment for disenfranchised energy customers everywhere.
Although we’re led to believe that an ‘Indian summer’ may be in our sights for October (here’s hoping!) there’s no doubt that the early mornings are becoming fresher and the evenings are starting to cool down as the nights begin to draw in. The reality is the cooler weather that comes with the autumn and winter seasons will soon be upon us, which then comes that feeling of trepidation around our energy bills.
Young property buyers have highlighted that good mobile coverage is the most important factor when it comes to choosing a location to live. With a high percentage putting it before the proximity of schools, transport links and local crime rates.
33% of Brits are concerned about their energy bills, yet 43% don’t prioritise shopping around for a better deal. The new ‘Be An Energy Shopper’ campaign is set to get the nation bargain hunting for a better deal on their energy.
Energy tariffs are now simpler as Ofgem’s ban on complex tariffs comes into force today. Consumers now have the choice they want and the simplicity they need to get a better deal from the energy market. From April 2014 further reforms will kick-in giving consumers clearer information about their energy. Households who have never switched … Read more