With higher carbon taxes looking increasingly likely in the future, many Irish people will soon have little choice but to spend money on becoming more environmentally friendly.
Otherwise, they will likely find it much more expensive to heat their homes. You could avoid, or limit the impact of, any increase in carbon taxes by reducing your carbon footprint. It won’t necessarily cost a fortune to do so – in some cases the bill might be in the thousands, in others it could be hundreds or less. The money spent on doing so will often be recouped through savings on day-to-day bills over the years. You would also be helping to keep the environment in good shape.
So how could you slash your carbon footprint?
Get Solar Panels
The Solar Photovoltaic PV panels transform daylight directly into electricity and is a rapidly expanding market worldwide. The panels are producing DC voltage during daylight hours. It’s converted immediately to normal ESB compatible voltage and distributed throughout your property. It is possible to export the excess power back to the grid, or use it for space or water heating. The sun provides us with an unlimited and reliable source of free energy. Solar PV panels harness this free and natural energy and convert it into useful electricity.
Insulate your home
Our range of airtightness products improve airtightness, which protects the building against damage, helping to maintain its appearance and extending your homes life. Preventing draughts means better living comfort and increased energy efficiency, which in turn leads to lower heating costs.
For further information about our products contact us on 021 4872664.