Turn the temperature down One Degree to help the planet, and your pocket

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Turning down your thermostat by just 1 degree could save you over £100 a year on your energy bills

The average temperature in UK homes is set to around 20 degrees, which is 1 degree higher than climate experts recommend. By simply lowering the thermostat by 1 degree, many people could make big savings on their energy bill, at the same time as lowering their carbon footprint, all while still keeping the temperature of their home within the recommended comfortable levels.

Save over £100 on your energy bill

Turning down your thermostat by just 1 degree could save you over £100 a year on your energy bill, and you shouldn't even feel a difference in the temperature of your home... kinder on your pocket without feeling the chill!

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Fly from London to New York and back 7,937,379 times

If everyone in the UK turned their thermostat down by just 1 degree it would save as much carbon as would be produced by taking 7,937,379 return flights between London and New York... that's a lot of carbon emissions!

Find out more about how to look after your boiler to keep it as efficient as possible in our boiler guides, or learn more about using technology to improve your home efficiency in our smart home guides

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You can also make big savings on your energy bill with a new boiler - according to the Energy Saving Trust you could save over £550 depending on the efficiency rating of your old boiler. 

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