Category Archives: Green Deal

Improving energy efficiency via the Green Deal

The Green Deal Many people are still blissfully unaware of the government’s initiative to improve the level of energy efficiency in our homes. This program, which is designed to improve the housing stock in this country, is the largest scheme since the war. Green Deal Regulations The Green Deal regulations went through parliament last week….

The Real Green Deal

The Green Deal The Green Deal is the government’s principal driver behind its claim to be the greenest government ever.  The Green Deal aims to revolutionise the way we insulate our homes and improve the energy efficiency of our properties.  This is a new approach, designed to impact on the majority of homes. At a…

Is your property insulated?

Property insulation Insulated the loft? So what next? This can be really difficult for some house holders, especially if you have solid brick or stone walls. Most homes have cavity walls so the answer is simple – insulate the cavity. But if your home has solid walls the answer can be more complex and therefore more…

Insulation, Insulation, Insulation

Can you remember back to 1997 when Tony Blair became Prime Minister? He had Education, Education, Education as his mantra. As the initial changes to the EPBD regulations begin to impact on us all prior to the full implementation of the Green Deal in October our mantra as householders and consumers should be insulation, insulation,…

The Green Deal

The Government is all set to introduce legislation later this year to make it possible for you to improve the energy efficiency of your property through the Green Deal. The more energy efficient the property is, the less it costs to heat thereby saving us money. What is the Green Deal? To qualify for the…

The Green Deal

Last month’s announcements passed most people by, possibly because making ends meet and looking to cut costs in the run up to Christmas is much more of a priority. So what did happen then? The biggest change was that the consumer no longer has to dip into their savings to benefit from the potential benefits…