Achieving a warmer home

Reducing the heat loss in the home is a key step toward making it more energy efficient.

Regardless of what heating system is in the home, there are various measures that can be put in place to make sure it is as comfortable and as cosy as it can be.

Installing insulation, draft proofing and upgrading windows are effective steps that will collectively reduce the heat loss in the home, making it more energy-efficient and comfortable.

Our Heatio experts can help by carrying out an energy audit to identify specific areas of the property that may need attention. But first, let’s explore the various ways to achieve a warm home, while making significant savings on energy bills.


A simple fix for warmer homes: Roof and loft insulation

Because heat rises, the precious - and expensive - warmth generated by your central heating can easily escape through your roof. Insulation is a simple and powerful way of preventing this heat loss...

Step into warmth with floor insulation

Adding insulation under your floorboards is an easy and effective way of keeping your house warmer for longer. You’ll only benefit from doing so if you live on the ground floor, or if you live...

Fill in the gap with cavity wall insulation

The majority of homes built between the 1920s and 1990s have a gap - or cavity - in the walls. Designed to stop rainwater coming into your property, this cavity unfortunately allows precious heat...

Keep out the chill by draught-proofing your home

No matter how high you crank the heat, you won’t feel cosy if your house is draughty - and you’ll be wasting expensive energy. Luckily, sealing up any gaps to get rid of draughts is a quick and...

Keep the heat in with solid wall insulation

If your home was built before the 1920s, it’s likely to have solid walls with no insulation at all, making it easy for heat to escape. But you don’t have to keep turning your thermostat up...

Transform a cold home with upgraded windows and doors

Energy efficient windows will help stop escaping heat in its tracks. They’ll keep your home cosy and go a long way towards keeping your energy bills low, as well as stop noises from the street...

Stay warmer for less by insulating tanks, pipes, and radiators

They might be what keeps you warm, but your radiators, hot water tanks, and pipes are all still prone to losing heat. Insulating them is a quick and easy fix to keep your home and hot water warmer...


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