Energy Efficient House By Checking the Watts

In the digital age today, we are more connected than ever. Most of our objects now use power to operate. This is great for convenience; however, as a result we are using more energy in our homes than ever before. Energy bills are one the biggest expenditures households pay. In fact, a typical energy bill is £752 per year. By taking control of your energy usage through insulation, solar panels and other energy saving measures you can reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills.  Solar panels alone can save you nearly £400 per year. That’s over half an average household’s energy bill. Read More

The Benefits of Insulation Including Loft Insulation

Your households energy bills are often one of your biggest financial expenditures. In fact, the average cost of heating a typical UK home is £752 per year. However, by choosing to effectively insulate your home, this cost can be drastically reduced. DMS offer professional energy efficient installations which improve the warmth of your home and save you money.

Underfloor Insulation

Did you know that up to 15% of your household’s heat can be lost through an uninsulated floor? By investing in underfloor insulation you will reduce pesky draughts and increase the warmth in your home. Properly insulating your home is a great, low-cost way to reduce your energy bills. You can save up to £150 per year with underfloor insulation. Each of our fully accredited Domestic Energy Assessors will inspect your home to ensure it’s suitable for underfloor insulation. What’s more, we will discuss any grants or funding available to you. Read More

How Can an A-Rated Gas Boiler Benefit You?

Not even 50 years ago, the idea of a combi boiler was a vision of the future, though now a central heating system that controls our heat and hot water is something millions of homes throughout the UK take for granted. Coming home from a long day to a cosy home with hot flowing water is a complete luxury, but with old inefficient boilers, this luxury could breakdown at any time. Luckily, you can minimise this risk with an ‘A’ rated boiler for DMS Installers. Read More

Does Your Loft Leave You Out In The Cold?

The clocks may have gone forward and the winter chill is definitely soothing into the calm of spring, but for the households of Scotland, we know we’re never too far from feeling a nip in the air. There’s temptation to turn up your thermostat when a chill sets in, but with ever increasing energy prices can you afford to do this long term? Heat rises, and almost a quarter of heat from your home can be lost through an uninsulated roof.  You can combat against the weather permanently and reduce your heating bills at the same time by investing in cost-effective loft insulation Scotland from DMS Installers. Read More

What Are The Best Green Energy Funding Options Available?

For many people, choosing to switch to renewable green energy can be a struggle to consider due to financial restraints. Indeed, it is a common thought among most families that choosing to turn to green energy can cost more in the long run than sticking to their current systems. If financial restraints are holding you back, you may want to consider some of the green energy funding options that are available from the government. Read More

Top 4 Ways To Make Your Home Energy Efficient

Everybody is looking for practical ways to save money. Finding them alone, however, is more of a challenge. The best way to save on your energy bills is by making your home energy efficient. A home that has been made efficient can save money in the long-term rather than being a quick fix and all homeowners can benefit from energy efficient changes to their home. A semi-detached property, for example, can save up to £240 a year simply by improving loft insulation. Read More

How Can Reduce Your Company’s Carbon Footprint?

Energy is necessary to keep Scotland ticking over, it fuels our businesses, heats our homes, hospitals and schools – but with energy production comes greenhouse gases. Carbon dioxide is the most substantial greenhouse gas released by human activity and is created mostly from the emissions of burning fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas. Read More