How do I achieve an energy-efficient home
How do I achieve an energy-efficient home? Do I need to insulate my home to make it more energy efficient?

If these questions have been on your mind, then you are not alone. Many homeowners bear the brunt of energy bills, and they are always on the lookout for ways to make their homes more energy-efficient.

According to a study posted by, only a little over 50% of all homes in the U.K. meet the insulation standards that were set in the 1970's. And, less than 10% of all homes have an insulation age of 2002 or younger. While having the obvious benefit of saving on energy bills, only a third of all households have taken the necessary steps to update their home’s insulation.

This means that most homeowners are not taking full advantage of the energy-saving benefits of insulation. With the increasing costs of energy, it has become more important than ever to find ways to make our homes more energy-efficient. If you want to make your home more energy-efficient, then you should consider getting an energy-efficient home survey to properly assess your home and plan for energy-saving improvements.

Home Energy Surveys

Specialising in the best Eco and Insulation improvements, Save Energy Trade World provides you with Home Energy Surveys. With this, you can properly pinpoint room for improvements when it comes to energy efficiency in your home.

What our Home Energy Survey entails:
  • A no-obligation, Home Energy Survey to assess your property for energy efficiency.
  • A report with our findings and recommendations.

We will give you advice on what measures you can take to make your home more energy-efficient. Our home energy audit in the UK provides homeowners with a transparent and simple solution to make an informed decision on how to decrease energy consumption and save money.

Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity wall insulation will help to save energy in your home by reducing heat loss through your walls and roof. It can be installed in all types of properties: old as well as new homes. For hotter days, cavity wall insulations can help your home keep its cool and reduce the need for air-conditioning which will significantly lower your energy bills. It also prevents mold build-up and condensation, which can cause serious health problems.

Key Benefits:
  • Save money on your energy bills
  • Reduce your carbon footprint
  • Improve the comfort of your home
  • Enhanced fire safety
  • Easy to install
Loft Insulation

Loft Insulation

The loft is often overlooked when insulating your home and this is a mistake. It helps to prevent condensation from forming on the underside of ceilings and walls, which can lead to damp patches on ceilings and walls (and sometimes mold). The loft installation is seen to be the easiest and most cost-effective insulation you can have in your home.

Key Benefits:
  • Lower heating bills
  • Increased comfort
  • Adds value to your property
In-roof Insulation

In-roof Insulation

An old house might not have been insulated when it was first built. If this is the case, then you will need to install in-roof insulation. This involves installing insulation between the rafters of your roof space, making sure that all voids are filled with insulation and that it reaches the top of each rafter. With our Icynene Spray Foam, you are to save up to 50% of your heating and cooling costs.

Key Benefits:
  • Suitable for any climate
  • Save energy bills
  • Reduce the need for A/C and heating
  • Adds value to your home
Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps

Taking the heat from outside rather than using it to heat your home in winter, and doing the reverse in summer, a heat pump is a very efficient way of providing heating and cooling all year round. By using a fraction of energy and blasting hot or cold air into your home at the touch of a button, you are to save on utility bills and create a more comfortable environment for your family. Unlike conventional gas or boiler systems, there is no need for such a large space to store a heat pump. It also releases a very minimal sound when operating, providing a quiet and comfortable environment for better sleep, work, and relaxation.

Key Benefits:
  • Effective cooling and heating
  • Energy efficient
  • Produce sound as quiet as a normal fridge
Solar Panels

Save on electricity bills

A greener way to power your home - you can also save up to 50% on your electricity bills.

Is a Solar Panel the Right Choice?

If you are planning for home improvement and considering solar panels one of your choices, then getting a home energy survey can definitely help you make the right decision. Save Energy Trade World's home energy audit in the UK will allow you to have a better understanding of your home energy usage and recommend practical measures to make your home more energy-efficient as well as understand whether or not insulations and solar panels are the best choices for your home. Care about the price of installation? While many people tend to think that solar panels are a very expensive option, the truth is that PV systems have become much more affordable in the past few years, making it a very viable option for many homeowners.

A Greener and Cleaner Way of Reducing Home Energy Bills

With solar panels, you are not only saving bills but also contributing to a greener and cleaner tomorrow. Solar panels are one of the most effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint and help fight against climate change. One home may not impact the environment that much, but when you consider that there are over 27 million homes in the UK, the impact of solar panels is significant.

Store Extra Electricity for Future Use

With the capability of storing excess energy that your system accumulates, you will have a reserve of power for future use — making your home even more energy-efficient. Take for example having excess energy during the day. This can be stored and used during power outages or at night when electricity consumption is higher.

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