Use the UK's Green Deal Hub to make your home more energy efficient

Updated Oct 12 2015
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Screen shot 2013-01-30 at 9.50.25 AMThis one goes out to all my UK home-owners! Yeah, YOU! The Offbeat Empire may be based in North America, but we're still thinking about you.

Offbeat Home sponsor, The Green Deal Hub, is a website that provides a wealth of information on the UK government's new home-improvement programme (isn't that how you Brits say it?), the Green Deal. The Green Deal is a UK government initiative aimed at making properties more energy efficient without forcing an up-front cost on homeowners (the loan will be paid back through the homeowner's energy bills!).

The Green Deal is aimed at making UK properties more energy efficient through these various home-improving measures:

And the Green Deal Hub is there to help you pull off all those energy-saving home-improving measures:

The Green Deal Hub offers a network of Green Deal installers, advisors, homeowners, and providers, in order to bring all these people together to help the government initiative work.

The UK government desperately wants to reduce carbon emissions and energy waste, and I bet you do too! Head over to the Green Deal Hub to get more info and start making your home more energy efficient.

  1. Cool. Britain loves you, Offbeat Home! Funnily enough I've had council workmen round twice uninvited to put more insulation in my roof. I'm starting to think it's a euphemism. I'm glad things are happening though.

  2. Yay! Now if only I wasn't just a tenant.. I could write a whole essay on how much I hate the storage heaters in our apartment.

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