CPCE Saving Energy For Homes and Businesses
UK Housing stock consists of 24.5 million dwellings.
36% of these are of solid wall construction (non cavity wall).
Our smart home model was constructed using the government’s own Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) (2009) for calculating the energy performance of buildings.
Our model is based on a semi-detached house with no pre-existing insulation or energy-saving measures, so that we can see what each measure achieves for the house. Interestingly, each measure’s achievements are relative to other measures’.
Complete plumbing Clean Energy is all about targeting the most practical and cost effective measures for your home or business.
When we carry out our detailed survey, we will provide you with an estimate for the savings in each measure we propose. This report will be drawn from the detailed survey we make of your home and calculated by Govt approved software for the Green Deal.
In our model that is based on no previous energy efficient measures, these are the kind of savings you are likely to see:
- An efficient gas-condensing boiler replacing an old conventional flue boiler could save £1049.
- Radiator valves and controls could save £419.26 a year.
- Loft insulation, installing 270mm mineral wool quilt could save £382.00 a year.
- Installing heating valves and controls could save £286 a year.
- Cavity wall insulation would yield savings of £114.00 for the one exposed main flank wall.
- Double Glazing could save £54 a year and would be by far the most expensive of the measures we could take.
- While insulating the ground floor with 200mm of mineral wool quilt could yield savings of £47 a year.