We’ve put together some handy guides to help you with your everyday energy management.
Home feeling a little chilly? Our guide on how to bleed a radiator should help get your heating firing on all cylinders again.
There are lots of small changes you can make around your home to help you reduce the amount of energy you’re using - which in turn will reduce the amount you spend on your gas and electricity.
From checking you’re on the right type of meter for you, to changing the way you pay your bill - see if there are ways you could be saving money on your energy.
If you’re struggling to pay your energy bills there are Energy Grants and other benefits available that may be able to help you – see what’s available and if you’re eligible.
If you use your loft space as a room, you could save money on your energy bills and can keep your home warmer by making sure it’s efficiently insulated. Find out more about Room in Roof insulation.
Some devices and appliances have the ability to ‘talk’ to each other to create a network within the home. Find out more about smart, connected homes here.
We rely on our central heating to keep our homes warm and cosy, but did you know there’s more than one type of central heating? Find out which type you’ve got and if it’s the right one for you.
The kilowatt-hour information on your bill lets you know how much energy you use in your home - and how much you’re paying for it. You can use it to work out which of your appliances costs you the most money.