The Benefits of Underfloor Heating

These days, most people spend their time in an artificial climate, whether in the front living room or the chicken-coop office. Underfloor heating provides a different way to heat a space, one which is far more efficient that previous routes. Modern underfloor heating is an ancient concept updated with contemporary technology. Roman villas and bath houses used to use underfloor spaces to pass air through – heated by an open fire – which would in turn heat the structure. Read More

How to Save Money on Energy Supplies During the Summer Months

Believe it or not, the UK is getting hotter! Weeks of strong sunshine in the UK a surge in photovoltaic (PV) panels installations. This kind of weather has resulted in the record generation of solar power. The 2016 Energy trends report shows that temperatures in the last yearly quarter were on average 0.5 degrees warmer than a year earlier, with average temperatures in both January and February being warmer than a year earlier. Renewable energy is also growing in popularity as renewables’ share of electricity generation increased to 25.1 per cent, compared to the 22.8 per cent share in the first quarter of 2015.  Renewable electricity generation has also increased by 6.4 percent this year. In 2013 there was 450,000 solar installations. On a sunny day solar power is able to generate around 2% of UK demand over a 24-hour period. The UK as a whole is getting better at generating and saving money on energy – but how can you play your part? Read More

How to Take Control of your Excess Energy Consumption

Today, young people are finding it increasingly difficult to understand their energy bills, in fact, only 7% of under 35s say they fully understand their bill while 18% of over 55s understand their energy bills. Understanding how your bills work are vital for reducing overall energy consumption if customers don’t understand how they use their energy, or how usage it calculated they may not be taking effective steps towards efficiency. Read More

Five Ways Sustainable Energy Is Taking Over in 2016

More and more people are changing their energy supply over to a sustainable energy source. The future of energy supply is changing. For energy users to move towards sustainable energy they must understand it. Here are five ways researchers are trying to make energy supplies more sustainable, creating a cleaner future for everyone!

Solar Power

Solar is one of the most powerful forms of sustainable energy and it has been established for years! In recent years’ solar power has been receiving more funding from governments and home owners have taken interest into bringing sustainable energy into their own homes. Read More

Using the Green Deal to Save Energy

Despite the Government stopping the Green Deal Scotland scheme last year – putting an end to handouts for the installation of renewables and other energy-saving measures – there are still ways the Green Deal remains to help put your property on the renewable map. Indeed, a Green Deal assessment can still be booked by your local professional renewable installer to give you the tips and advice you need for making the right renovations to your home. Read More

How to Get Free Insulation in Scotland

The biggest concern for homeowners in the cold winter months is undoubtedly saving energy while we continue to use more energy for the heating of our homes. Saving money while keeping warm can be a thought that many people ignore, but don’t fret. With DMS Installers, we can help you find the best way to keep your home warm in winter and cool in the Summer with insulation solutions Scotland. You could be eligible for free insulation in Scotland – and we have compiled a handy guide as to how you could get your own free home insulation. Read More