Making your home more energy efficient will help you save money but it will also help out the environment, which in today’s world is becoming more and more important. Also, if you ever decide to sell your home in the future, a low energy bill will be a great incentive for your prospective buyers. Here are a few ways to get there.

Draught Proofing

This is the easiest and cheapest way to save on your energy bill: Check the weather stripping on your doors and windows. Of course, you cannot fully isolate yourself from the exterior. It’s important to have a certain amount of ventilation, even in winter, to prevent from moulds growing inside your house.

One way to improve is by adding draught excluders to your doors. You should install them inside and outside the house. Then, check the weather stripping around the windows and use a sealing tape to stop the draught from coming in. You can also use it around electrical outlets, plumbing and skirting boards or to seal up any gaps.


If you are the kind of person that enjoys DIY, laying down loft insulation is a task for you. If not, then it might be best to hire someone to do it. No point investing money if in the end you don’t save any, which is what could happen if this is not done the right way.

If you are really good at taking care of your house, you can also entertain the idea of insulating the walls. Again, in new houses this is something that is automatically done while they are building it, but if it missing on yours, you will save a lot of money by having it done.

Boiler Servicing

Got an old boiler? Then it might be time to shop around for a new one. It is a considerable amount of money to spend but in the long-run, it will end up saving you some. Otherwise, please keep in mind that it is important to get your boiler serviced regularly. Not only will your house be safer but it will keep the boiler in perfect work order and that will also save you money.

use Renewable Energy

Don’t worry: You don’t have to plant a wind mill in your backyard! Solar panels are more affordable and efficient these days… and they will do just fine. Just know that they will make a nice difference on your energy bill.