What are common measures for a home retrofit? Introducing our interactive Cosy House


We’re often asked about the most common measures to have implemented on a home during retrofit to improve energy efficiency. So, we’ve created our very own interactive Cosy House to show you what some of these common measures are – as well as the potential cost and carbon savings from their implementation.

This includes: wall and loft insulation, solar panel installation, draught exclusion, double/triple glazing, boiler replacement, installing heating controls, installing LED lights.

Have an explore of our interactive Cosy House below – and then make sure you register your own home with us at Cosy Homes Oxfordshire if you’d like to find out which of these measures could work for your home.

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Step Inside: Discover the Key Measures for Energy Efficiency!

Unlock the Secrets of an Energy Efficient Home: Explore the Interactive Guide to Energy-Saving Measures!

Curious about the best ways to make your home more energy-efficient? Look no further! There are many well tried techniques and improvements you can make to your property to cut down on those expensive bills!

Here are some typical examples:

Wall and Loft Insulation: These superhero measures are designed to keep your home snug and cozy. Say goodbye to chilly drafts and hello to substantial energy savings!

Solar Panel Installation: Embrace the power of the sun and harness clean, renewable energy for your home. Not only will you reduce your carbon footprint, but you’ll also enjoy the benefits of lower energy bills.

Draught Exclusion: Seal the cracks and crevices that let in those pesky drafts. By keeping the cold air out and the warm air in, you’ll create a comfortable and energy-efficient living space.

Double/Triple Glazing: Upgrade your windows and bid farewell to those icy panes. Enjoy enhanced insulation, reduced noise pollution, and increased energy savings.

Boiler Replacement: Wave goodbye to your old, inefficient boiler and welcome a new, energy-efficient model. You’ll experience improved heating performance and lower energy costs.

Installing Heating Controls: Take control of your heating system with smart controls. Adjust the temperature to suit your needs and schedule, ensuring optimal comfort and energy efficiency.

Installing LED Lights: Brighten up your home while saving energy with LED lights. These efficient bulbs consume less electricity and have a longer lifespan, making them a win-win choice.

Say hello to a cosier, less expensive – and greener future.