Boost your property’s market value up to 38% by implementing energy efficiency measures
Implementing energy-saving measures across one’s home might actually boost its market value by an impressive 38%, depending on its location, a new report by the Government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change reveals.
According to a news report on this topic, the DECC’s study included a variety of energy-efficiency measures, including here insulating cavity walls, upgrading double glazing, and putting solar panels on the roof. All of these will certainly add to the house’s market value (due to the long-term energy savings they enable), the increase varying between around 14 and 38 percent, depending on its exact location.
And while the costs of implementing all of these measures is certainly not a small one, the truth of the matter is that the costs could be easily spread out on a longer period of time using the financing made available by the Government via the Green Deal programme.
Since it enables home owners to cut energy bills by up to an impressive 30%+, HeatingSave is the perfect energy-saving measure to implement, given the huge long-term savings it enables.
The system is built around the idea of optimizing the energy consumption levels within any building with the help of an advanced heat-loss algorithm that creates a specific profile for any building and based on that, switches heating on later if its warm and off earlier if its cold.
It also automatically adjusts your boiler depending on how warm it is outside – save up to another 10%.
Additionally, the automatic occupancy detection allows the temperature to reduce to a background when areas are not used and quickly brought up to temperature when they are being used.
If you’re want to find out more about the HeatingSave system, just get in touch with our dedicated team, they’ll be more than happy to answer all of your questions.