North facing living areas increase energy efficiency, and ultimately your comfort.
Double glazing minimises heat transfer – keeping your house warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
External shading devices reduce heat gain through windows in summer and keep your home cool.
Increasing insulation in the slab, walls, roof and floor is the most effective way to reduce your energy use and provides significant savings on household bills.
Using renewable energy, such as solar, is great for the environment and your household budget!
Using the sun’s energy to heat water can reduce your household hot water bills by around 60 per cent each year.
Draught-proof gaps, windows, doors and vents to save money on energy costs.
An energy efficient reverse cycle split heating and cooling system can save you energy and money and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A smart monitoring system allows you to see your energy usage which helps to identify ways to decrease energy use.
Choosing energy efficient lights can reduce energy consumption for lighting by up to 80 per cent.