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We're here to help you keep your home warm and cosy!

We're on a mission to help customers reduce their reliance on gas and make the switch to electric heating.

Homes across the UK are the most inefficient in Europe. Out of the existing 29 million homes in the UK, only eight million homes in the UK meet the highest energy standards. 

We're here to help you make that change!

Air Source Heat Pump installer fitting in a Daikin high temperature heat pump

Reduce your carbon emissions with an air source heat pump

Now's the time to join others and upgrade your heating system to help reduce your carbon footprint.

You're likely to be eligible for a government grant to help with air source heat pump costs of up to £7,500 or £9,000 in some rural areas of Scotland. 

Get an air source heat pump

Insulate your home – Act now to save money

Waste less energy and save on heating – prices from £1,008 professionally installed

Why spend money heating your home for it to escape outside? You could be doing that if your home isn't properly insulated.

Adding insulation to your loft, walls, and floor can save you up to £775 per year(1), wasting less energy and lowering your home's carbon emissions.

Home insulation infographic showing where heat escapes from a house. Can't see the image? Read what it says:

The future of heating is electric

We can help you replace your existing electric heating system with a more energy-efficient solution. Want to upgrade completely and invest in a zero carbon system that will keep you warm and save the planet? We can help you with the most suitable option!

Don't waste heat! Upgrade your electric heating to a more energy efficient solution

Electric heater designs have come a long way. New models of storage heaters and electric radiators include energy efficiency features such as

  • Smart controls help you only heat the rooms you want
  • A highly accurate thermostat, seven day times for 24-hour control
  • Energy-saving technologies such as 'open window detection' and 'adaptive start'

Gas boiler heating solutions

Keeping your home warm is essential. We offer various boiler services and insurance policies to keep your boiler and heating working. Need a new boiler? Our partner BOXT can get one to you the next day.

50% off for the first 3 months

Boiler maintenance and support plans

We've teamed up with Domestic & General to offer you a range of service plans to help you maintain your boiler.

BoilerCare Gold looks after your boiler and controls

BoilerCare Platinum looks after your boiler and controls, plus your heating system

These plans include

  • An annual service to maintain your heating equipment
  • Exclusive access to the Domestic & Generals maintenance portal that provides ongoing hints and tips to keep your boiler running smoothly for longer
Get 50% off the first 3 months

Boiler and heating insurance

We've teamed up with Domestic & General to offer you a range of products for your boiler and home to suit your needs and budget.

BoilerCare Value provides breakdown cover for your boiler, controls and central heating

BoilerCare Total provides cover for your boiler, heating controls and central heating. Unlike BoilerCare Value, you also get an annual service

These insurance policies can provide

  • Cover against unexpected breakdowns and costs

  • Access to qualified engineers

  • Peace of mind, especially during the winter months

Next day delivery

Replace your broken boiler the next day(2)

Need a new boiler? We've teamed up with BOXT to get you a new one quickly. And you get £50 off!

Our replacement boilers include

  • New boiler installation, parts, labour and VAT
  • Monthly payment options including 0% deposit available
  • Up to 10-year warranty
  • Includes wireless room thermostat, flue, filter and everything else you need

Heating and energy-saving advice

Make your conservatory usable all year round

Many people invest in a conservatory, only to find that it’s a struggle to keep it warm in the winter and cool in summer. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Our blog covers the different things you can do.

Guide to EPC Ratings

Understanding your home's Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) can help when deciding what energy-efficient improvements to make. In addition, it can also highlight effective low carbon alternatives and their associated cost savings and benefits.

What steps can I take to make my home zero carbon

Cutting the carbon associated with your home doesn’t have to mean moving out for months while a team of builders move in. It doesn’t have to be prohibitively expensive, either. It’s a journey that you can take in stages, and it puts you in more control of the energy your home consumes every step of the way.