Posts Tagged: 'home energy audit'
How do draughts differ from ventilation and where would you find them in a Victorian sandstone tenement? Check out our factsheet.
Save money with LEDs
This factsheet explains how you can save money by changing your lightbulbs to LEDs.
Find out how to stay warm this winter
Sign up for a FREE ticket to South Seeds and Home Energy Scotland’s ‘Stay Warm This Winter’ event from 6 to 7.30pm on Tuesday 26 September at the Fotheringay Centre on Fotheringay Road in Pollokshields.
How we work in residents’ homes
At South Seeds we have conducted hundreds of home energy audits to support residents to reduce their energy bills and stay warm in their homes. We regard it as a privilege to be let in to residents’ homes and we take that responsibility seriously. This is how our staff arrange and carry out home visits.
Working in collaboration with local organisations
Simona was referred to South Seeds by Katarina, the community support officer at Govanhill Housing Association. Simona, her partner and their three young children were living in a privately rented flat that was bought by Govanhill Housing Association as part of an area improvement scheme.
Everything you need to know about prepayment meters
How can you get a prepayment meter installed and how can you get rid of one? What are the benefits and what are the disadvantages? What do all the different screens and codes mean?
What is an energy audit?
An energy audit takes 40 minutes and it happens in your home. Our energy officer will look at how electricity and/or gas is used in your home and how you can save energy and save money.
Whole flat feels warm instead of one room
Robert, who lives just round the corner from South Seeds new office on Victoria Road, first engaged with South Seeds after seeing the new shop front and promotional A-board. He lives in a privately rented, sandstone Victorian tenement, which at the time of his initial engagement had single glazed windows and no central heating system.