Energy Efficient New Homes
Your energy-efficient new Nicholas King home could be over 64% cheaper to run!*
By purchasing a new home with enhanced energy efficiency, rather than an older, less energy-efficient house, our customers are saving 576,000 tonnes of carbon emissions, meaning that they are doing their bit to reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. Less energy is used and less is wasted, meaning your energy bills could be up to 64% lower.
The Home Builders Federation (HBF) has published research which finds that owners of new homes will save an average of £135 on monthly running costs under Ofgem’s new price cap. The average energy bill saving increases to 64% when comparing new houses with older counterparts, making average monthly running costs £183 cheaper, an annual saving of £2,200.
All of our energy-efficient new homes come with electric car charging points, an excellent standard of insulation, and carry an energy efficiency rating of B or above.
Energy-efficient timber frame homes
All of our new homes in Cranleigh and our new homes in Ripley have been built with a timber frame construction. This innovative approach ensures high-performing insulation within the timber frame, as opposed to traditional cavity insulation, creating modern homes that are not only easy to heat and cosy to live in but also environmentally friendly. By utilising less energy, incorporating renewable resources, and reducing the carbon footprint, these energy-efficient new homes have been designed to be both efficient and sustainable.
To discover the potential energy bill savings of owning one of our energy-efficient new homes, please get in touch on 01494 811823.
We have a range of new build developments in Surrey including new homes in Cranleigh, new homes in Ripley, and new homes in Camberley, as well as a selection of new homes in Berkshire including new homes in Warfield and new houses in Windsor.
*Indicative figures based on HBF report, published 3rd July 2023 and gov.uk