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Revealed how to reduce energy bills by £1,500

The cost-of-living crisis has caused homeowners and tenants across the globe to seek ways to lower their energy bills. Experts forecast that household bills will total £4,000 a year by January 2023.

Water bills are also expected to rise to £419 a year as climate change is predicted to cause drought in the UK.

Help me Fix claims that bills can be reduced by £1,500 on average by simply making environmentally friendly changes around the home. 


Household changes to lower energy bills

The property maintenance solution provider reveals that boiler replacements can help to save £350 a year.

New, modern boilers are more energy efficient and can help reduce costs. The older the boiler the more likely it is to be less efficient and need more frequent repairs. 

The second most cost-effective house upgrade that is guaranteed to lower energy bills is cavity wall insulation. Help me Fix reveal this can save £285 a year while solar panels can reduce bills by £280. 

A smart thermostat can help reduce energy bills by £200 a year, loft insulation can save £181 and double-glazed windows can lower energy bills by £115 a year.

Swapping regular light bulbs for energy-efficient light bulbs can save £75 a year, and water-saving taps can save £25. 

Ettan Bazil, chief executive officer and founder of Help me Fix said:  “Households across the land are feeling the strain of rising bills and water shortages. As such, investing money in upgrading the energy efficiency of the home might not be at the forefront of most peoples’ minds.”

“However, those who can afford these upgrades should seriously consider carrying them out sooner rather than later.”

“Not only are there undeniable long-term financial benefits beyond this current cost of living crisis, but these changes are also great for the environment which, as we can see from the recurrence of adverse periods of weather, is in desperate need of a helping hand.”


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