What are common measures for a home retrofit? Introducing our interactive Cosy House
We’re often asked about the most common measures to have implemented on a home during retrofit to improve energy efficiency. So, we’ve created our very own interactive Cosy House to show you what some of these common measures are – as well as the potential cost and carbon savings from their implementation.
This includes: wall and loft insulation, solar panel installation, draught exclusion, double/triple glazing, boiler replacement, installing heating controls, installing LED lights.
Have an explore of our interactive Cosy House below – and then make sure you register your own home with us at Cosy Homes Oxfordshire if you’d like to find out which of these measures could work for your home.
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