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Energy Efficiency at Winnington Place
Your Anwyl home for the future
With reduced bills and greener homes high on the agenda, we’re building homes that are futureproofed by incorporating new technologies, improved materials and lots of forward thinking to your new build home.
Learn more about what we’re doing today to make sure your home is always ready for tomorrow.
There’s never been a better time to start cutting energy bills, with the current cost of living. With collective savings of over £400 million a year on energy bills, equating to £180 per month, new build homebuyers are already noticing their savings and they’re even greater at Winnington Place. Wider cavity thickness, increased underfloor and internal wall insulation, as well as improved thermally performing windows and doors provide better thermal performance to keep costs down and your home cosy.
With PV panels as standard at Winnington Place, your annual costs will further be reduced, through sunlight being converted into electricity to power your homes appliances and lighting.
Reduced bills and increased efficiency leaves home owners at Winnington Place, with more to spend on decorating their new Anwyl homes, enjoying holidays or eating out.
In the pursuit of sustainability and reducing carbon emissions, PV panels are standard on all homes at Winnington Place. By converting sunlight into electricity, PV solar panels reduce your reliance on electricity from the grid, often generated from fossil fuels. Therefore, PV solar panels improve the EPC rating and reduce your energy bills in your new Anwyl home.
Our new build homes are significantly more environmentally friendly than older properties, alongside the vast financial savings. All Anwyl homes at Winnington Place have a predicted EPC rating A, in comparison to the average existing property in the UK, with an EPC rating D. With improved energy efficiency, our new builds use 55% less energy as well as reducing carbon emissions by 40% on average per year.
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