Becoming Sustainable At Home

When starting to help the environment the best place to start is at home. By making simple changes this starts off a trend and you will soon think about these guides everywhere you go. For further help with becoming sustainable, get in touch with us.

Ensure Your Home Doesn’t Lose Energy

25% of the heat produced in your home will escape through the roof of your home. To stop this, insulation is one of the best ways to keep all the energy inside of your home.

Insulating your loft, attic or flat roof is a simple and effective way to save that waste and reduce your heating bills. Loft insulation is effective for at least 40 years, and it will pay for itself over and over again in that time. Now, you can get free loft insulation. Contact here.

35% of the energy at home is lost through doors and windows.

Simply investing in upgraded windows and doors can change your monthly energy bills.

EOS Rooflights offer the most recent technology in ensuring this doesn’t happen by offering amazing U-Value energy rating rooflights. Read about them here.

Composting Is The ‘Black Gold’

Compost is environmentally safe source of nitrogen because compost-nitrogen is in organic form and must be mineralized before it has the potential to leach and to contaminate water supplies, creating the perfect biomass source.

Compost is sometimes referred to as “black gold” because it recycles much of our household waste, such as  leaves, food scraps and grass clippings into a perfect food and organic mulch for all our plants.

Why is Compost Good for Avoiding Climate Change?

Soil with 7.7 percent organic matter contains 2.5 pounds of carbon per square foot, this holds the carbon out of the atmosphere. If everyone did this it would help counter the build up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere helping the climate.

Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

We can all make a difference. By recycling we reduce the need to use more natural resources.

By reducing our waste we decrease the need for more landfill. By reusing more we can save money and reduce the need to consume and produce more waste. If you don’t have the time to do it, there are always businesses that will remove your waste and recycle as much of it as possible so you are still contributing to the environment!

Plastic bottles are one of the most thrown away items that can instead be recycled at your local recycling centre and help the environment.

Making a considered effort to reuse or recycle your plastic bottles instead of simply tossing them into the main rubbish bin could hugely reduce the impact on landfill sites and conserve a vast amount of energy currently having to be used to manufacture new bottles from raw materials and chemicals.

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