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What We Do
Energy Point is an independent consumer energy advice centre. Our experts can perform a Free Energy Efficiency Survey of your home, using thermal imaging equipment to identify heat loss. Heat loss often occurs through the walls, floors & roof of your home. Your efficiency survey is completed at no cost or obligation.
Our survey enables us to reccomend efficiency upgrades for your home, including insulation. We can show you potential energy savings, and reccomend which type of insulation is right for you.
Over 12 Million UK Homes have an EPC Rating of C. This means that they are not at maximum efficiency when it comes to heating their homes OR saving money! That's why were helping homeowners across the UK make their homes more efficient, with our Free Energy Efficiency Surveys.
Why Insulate Your Home?
Reduce Energy Waste
Effective insulation reduces heat loss, which can cut your energy bill by up to 15%!
Insulation can lead to big savings in the long term, a newly insulated loft could save you as much as £500 on bills after five years.
Increasing your home's EPC rating can increase its market value! An efficient home is more attractive to potential buyers.
Kerbing The Climate Crisis
An estimated 22% of the UK's carbon emissions come from our homes, according to research by the Energy Saving Trust. Homes use large amounts energy for heating and cooling, generating hot water and powering appliances. During the winter months your boiler works hard to generate heat and power radiators. In a typical British home up to one third of heat from your central heating is lost, through your roof, walls, flooring and windows.
This means you could be wasting huge amounts of energy if your home is poorly insulated. Not only does that cost you money, it also increases your carbon footprint and your impact on the environment. Homeowners in the UK can take action by insulating their homes, with modern insulation methods. Older homes often have outdated or inefficient insulation, We can all make a positive impact by reducing our own emissions, and contribute to the governments target of Net Zero Emissions by 2050.