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10 ways to save
energy in a
period home

2nd November 2016

Improve the energy efficiency of your period property with solutions that won’t damage your home and could save you money
Period Living Article by Pippa Blenkinsop on 31st October 2016

Period properties with thick walls and small windows can score surprisingly well in energy ratings, but most homes will become cheaper to run and more comfortable if you make improvements to their efficiency. For owners of attractive homes, listed properties and those located in Conservation Areas, finding the right energy-saving solutions can be challenging, with options limited to those that do not alter the character or fabric of the building. The advice from English Heritage is, where possible, to repair rather than replace and to check with your local authority before introducing any energy-saving measures that may have a physical or visual impact on your property.

Read the article in full at Period Living: https://www.periodliving.co.uk/advice/10-ways-to-save-energy-in-a-period-home/

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