As well as saving energy and preventing heat loss, preparing your home for the winter can save you money on your bills too. A little improvement here and there could mean you can turn down that thermostat and reduce your heating costs!
If you’re in a rented property, it is the responsibility of the landlord or property management company to make sure that all indoor piping is protected and the property is properly insulated. You don’t want to be taking on any work yourself that could invalidate the rental agreement. It’s always best to speak to the landlord or letting agency first.
We hope you’ve found these tips useful in getting your home prepared for the colder months - you can browse our wide range of insulation to keep your property warm too. We have more helpful advice on home maintenance, so come back soon for regular updates.
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