Property expert David Leake of Housesetc talks to us about how the requirement to become eco-friendly in every way of life is becoming more pressing, and suggest some ways you can transform your living space.
Finding sustainable methods of heating your home are paramount to ensuring that you keep all of your gas and electricity bills down. One of the most effective things you can do is go ‘fabric first’, and reduce any thermal bridging, in order to stop the releasing of heat.
Technology beyond our wildest dreams has been available at our fingertips for years, but now your home can experience some of these benefits. For example, with USB cables now taking over our lives, why not bypass the middle-man of a plug socket, and simply install a USB charging port wherever is convenient, such as near your bed?
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Points
Electric cars are here, and they’re here to stay. So to aid the eventuality of going electric, get an EV charging point installed. When you commit to one of these chargers, they are fitted as part of the service, and come with a warranty. You can even use an app to track your vehicle’s charging progress, and be made aware of any software updates.