The mercury in the thermometer is seriously starting to head south, it’s time to put on your woolies as well at the dreaded central heating….eek!
Everyone is interested in saving money on their domestic energy usage with many opting for solar panel to generate electricity and some also add solar heating to their roofs, both of with do save you a significant amount off your energy bills, especially with the feed-in tariffs on offer.
Not many people know, which includes me, that here in the UK you can there is also a heat incentive for solid fuel. If you were to replace your existing boiler with one designed to run on wood pellets and providing you meet the eligibility criteria, the UK Government will pay you 12.2p (at the time or writing) for every KWh of heat that your property is estimated to need every 3 months for the next 7 years.
For further information go to: http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/domestic-renwable-heat-incentive
If you are thinking of adding value to your home read the article below….
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This is MoneyPut a wood-burning stove into your fireplace and it could add value to your …This is MoneyMany of us can recall those brutal days when, in the name of modernity, some homeowners began chucking out their old fireplaces and removing awkw …
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expressandstar.com5 tips for fitting and using wood burnersexpressandstar.com1. As great as open fires are in many ways, they are not very energy efficient, at only around 20%. Wood-burning stoves are much more efficient, at around 70-90%, so you get …