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10 home improvements to save £810 a year

10 home improvements to save £810 a year… You can save £810 a year with the following 10 home improvement projects. Savings are approximate and you will need to cost the projects, and verify the savings in your particular circumstance.

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Improvement 1, save £6

Improvement 1, save £6 Save £6 a year by selecting a A+++ washing machine, over an A+ unit.

Improvement 2, save £7

Improvement 2, save £7 Save £7 by selecting an efficient dishwasher, over an inefficient one.

Improvement 3, save £30

Improvement 3, save £30 Save £30 a year by selecting a A+++ fridge freezer, over an A+ unit.

Improvement 4, save £35

Improvement 4, save £35 Save £35 a year by draught-proofing your home.

Improvement 5, save £40

Improvement 5, save £40 Save £40 a year by insulating your hot water cylinder.

Improvement 6, save £72

Improvement 6, save £72 Save £72 a year by installing the most efficient shower, for a family of 4.

Improvement 7, save £75

Improvement 7, save £75 Save £75 a year by Installing a smart thermostat.

Improvement 8, save £110

Improvement 8, save £110 Save £110 a year by replacing single glazing windows with A-rated double glazed units.

Improvement 9, save £135

Improvement 9, save £135 Save £135 a year by insulating your attic space.

Improvement 10, save £300

Improvement 10, save £300 Save £300 a year by installing a modern condensing boiler, compared to your old (G rated) model.

Better off Together!!

Better off Together… Fuel Round has saved money for EVERY customer on EVERY order since we setup in May 2019 – see our results.

Savings mentioned in this series are gleaned from various sources in Northern Ireland, in 2021, such as NEA.org and the Consumer Council NI. They are provided in good faith, but may not be accurate and should not be used when making financial or other decisions.