Boiler Replacement

Save up to £300 per year with a high-efficiency boiler

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Solar Panels

Make up to £628 per year with solar panels and a feed-in tariff

Save money on your energy bills as you produce your own energy. For up to 4 free quotes use our boiler quotes service.

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Home Insulation

You could reduce your energy bill by up to £390 per year*

A typical house can lose half of the heat through the walls and loft. Insulate your loft for as little as £149

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Solar Panels

Average annual payment from
the Feed-in Tariff scheme
£398
Average annual earnings from
exporting back to the grid
£58
Annual savings on your electricity bill £173
Total annual earning and savings £628
Total 20 year benefit £12,560

Based on a typical 3kWp solar PV system

Are you looking to generate solar power for your home or business and earn money for any excess you export back to the national grid? With rising energy costs solar power is becoming more viable than ever, as well as helping to protect the environment. The government's renewable heat incentive scheme means you'll be earning money for all the energy you generate, even if you use it yourself!

We've prepared several handy guides to help you better understand solar panels. They explain the important details such as the costs involved, regulations for installation, and the financial benefits.

We recommend asking an installer for a quote. By using our solar panel quotes service, you'll receive up to four free 'no obligation' quotes from vetted installers. Don't be caught out by rogue traders, and find out how much you could earn with solar PV.

Boiler replacement

Old boiler rating Annual saving*
G ( < 70%) £300
F (70–74%) £200
E (74–78%) £150
D (78–82%) £105

If your boiler is broken or you notice a problem with it such as varying boiler pressure or strange noises, you may need to have it replaced. It might also be helpful to have your boiler replaced if it is old and inefficient. For example, by replacing an old G rated boiler you could see an annual saving on your energy bill of £300.

When choosing a new gas boiler there are two standard options: regular or combi. A regular boiler has the advantage of being able to deliver hot water to more than two places in the house at once, suitable for large families, whereas combi boilers can deliver hot water at any time of the day, not needing to rely on a hot water tank.

Boiler replacement typically costs around £2,300 but it is a good idea to speak to an installer before you buy. By filling in the UKPower.co.uk boiler replacement form you will receive up to 4 free quotes from local, vetted, boiler installers.

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Home Insulation

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A typical house can lose half of the heat through the walls and loft. If your home is currently without loft insulation, you could see a saving of £180 per year on your energy bills by installing 270mm deep mineral wool insulation (based on a gas-heated, semi-detached home with three bedrooms). With an installation cost of less than £300 the insulation will pay for itself within two years.

With cavity wall insulation you could see a saving of £140 on your energy bills. So long as your walls are not exposed to driving rain, are in good condition and unfilled, and the cavity is 50mm wide, they will likely be ideal for filling.

Why not see if you can save with home insulation?

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Double Glazing

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Double glazing helps you save money on your energy bills by stopping heat from escaping through thin windows. The type of glass that provides the greatest protection is known as low emissivity or Low-E glass. Special gasses such as xenon can be used to fill the panes to provide an even higher level of insulation. Be sure to look out for warm-edge pane spacers, for minimum heat conduction.

By filling in the UKPower.co.uk double glazing form you will receive up to 4 free quotes from local, vetted, double glazing installers.

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*£390 savings a year figure is for a 1940s 3 bed semi-detached home with a ten year old gas boiler and a gas price of 3.73p/kWh, when cavity wall insulation and loft insulation are installed. More modern homes save less. Individual savings depend on a large number of factors and the £390 quoted should be treated as a guide.
†Based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler and full set of heating controls in a gas-heated, semi-detached gas heated home with three bedrooms.

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