Solar panels in Dundee, Scotland 

Who loves sunshine? But we don’t get enough of it here in Dundee, Scotland, do we?! So when we do we’ve got to make the most of it. Installing solar panels on your Dundee home is a great (FREE) way of generating clean, renewable electricity. Its relatively low cost coupled with low emissions are great…

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Solar panels in Aberdeen, Scotland 

Installing solar panels in Aberdeen will generate clean, renewable electricity. Its relatively low cost coupled with low emissions are great news for the household looking to save on their energy bills. You may be able to have these installed for free under the ECO 4 scheme – read on to find out! All you have…

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Solar panel installation and advice

Solar panels in Perth Scotland Installing solar panels in Perth will generate clean, renewable electricity. Its relatively low cost coupled with low emissions are great news for the household looking to save on their energy bills. Solar panels in Perth will convert the suns rays into your own electricity. All your electricity needs in Perth…

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How to Save on Your Energy Bills in Your Scottish Home

Energy bills can be a significant expense for homeowners, tenants, and landlords alike. With the cold weather that Scotland experiences all year round, it’s easy to see why heating costs are at an all-time high. However, there are several ways to save on your energy bills without compromising on comfort or convenience. In this blog…

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are a crucial element in the drive toward energy efficiency and environmental conservation in Scotland. An EPC is essentially a report that provides an overview of the energy efficiency of a property. It includes information about the property’s energy use, typical energy costs, and recommendations on how to reduce energy consumption and save money. EPCs are graded from A, the most efficient, to G, the least efficient.

Now we’ll dish out some advice on how to improve your EPC Scotland. Why are EPCs necessary? They serve multiple purposes. First they inform potential buyers or tenants about the energy performance of a building and they help property owners understand where their property can be improved to save on energy bills. Crucially they are…

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Advice for Landlords in Improving their Rented Properties in Scotland

Read in for some energy saving advice for Scottish landlords. Being a landlord comes with a great deal of responsibility, and one of those responsibilities is ensuring your property is up to standard for your tenants. In Scotland, there are various schemes and options available to landlords that can help improve the standard of their…

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