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Insulation 'will definitely cut energy bills'
Adding insulation to a home will definitely help to cut energy costs, according to one commentator on the subject.Master inspector C Dwight Barnett, writing for the Courier Press, noted that the cost of energy is only likely to increase in the coming...

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Insulation scheme is extended

03/12/2010 15:26:13
Insulation scheme is extended
An insulation scheme launched in Formby in August has been extended due to popular demand.The initiative was set up by the Energy Saving Trust and Formby Parish Council to encourage residents to better insulate their homes, with each householder offe...

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Insulation 'can help to prevent burst pipes'
Insulation can play a significant role in helping to prevent frozen and burst pipes this winter, one organisation has noted. According to insurance firm Aviva, homeowners need to take extra care this winter considering the particularly low temperatu...

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Millions missing out on free insulation
Millions of people in the UK are missing out on the chance to have free insulation installed in their homes in order to slash the cost of energy bills, it has been revealed. A new report published by the Home Heat Helpline shows that 5.2 million hou...

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Insulation 'like putting a hat on your house'
People investing in insulation will find that the energy efficiency measure is akin to putting a hat on their home, according to one expert on the subject.Peter Chisnall, advice centre manager for the Energy Saving Trust, told the Independent that ma...

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Insulation 'can keep the frost at bay'
Homeowners can help to keep frost at bay this winter by investing in insulation, according to new advice.A report issued by Direct Line said that many people will fail to adequately 'winterproof' their home this year and, as a result, are mor...

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Theatre to receive insulation boost
A theatre in Surrey may receive a new insulation boost as part of plans to refurbish the facility.Walton Playhouse is in need of renovation and the local council will decide this week which measures will be carried out to improve it, including the po...

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Existing buildings 'need insulation installed'
It is important that the UK government focuses on existing buildings as well as new ones when attempting to reach its zero carbon target, one commentator has claimed.Ant Wilson, director of sustainability at AECOM, said that new buildings should not ...

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Elderly residents to be offered free insulation
Residents of Bromsgrove aged over 60 are now able to apply to receive free home insulation from the district council for a limited period.Those who qualify and live in privately owned or rented property within Council Tax bands A to E can apply for b...

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Insulation 'can reduce winter heating bills'
Homeowners looking to slash the cost of their heating bills this winter will find that installing insulation can help considerably, one source has claimed.Lisa Greenfield, energy analyst at Confused.com, pointed out that this is expected to be partic...

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