Do you want a home that uses less energy and feels cosier?
Get started with simple actions that could save energy then learn how you could make your home more energy efficient.
Zero cost energy saving tips to get you started.
Begin with small actions that cost nothing but come with savings that add up. Why not start by lowering your thermostat by one degree or removing dust from behind radiators?
EPC certificate: learn how energy efficient your home is.
Your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating will tell you how energy efficient your home is, and suggest how you could make it more efficient.
Turn your ideas into action with help from our home energy guides
Insulate your home
Cut the waste and feel the heat with a well insulated home.
Add solar panels
Generate your own electricity from a renewable energy source.
How heat pumps work
With plans to phase out gas boilers, find out about the benefits of heat pumps.
Home retrofit guide
Adding energy saving measures will make your home more sustainable and could save you money.
Smart meter guide
The first step to using less energy is knowing more about how you use energy in your home.
What might your home retrofit journey look like?
1. Energy Performance Certificate
2. Funding your plan
3. Home Assessment
4. Find tradespeople
Borrowing options for energy saving home improvements
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Buying a home with a valid EPC rating of A or B?
If you are or already have one, you could be eligible for our Green Mortgage which rewards you for buying an energy efficient home.
Royal Bank Green Mortgages are available to over 18s purchasing or remortgaging a home with a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of A or B.
Product fees may apply. Max LTV 85%. Early repayment charges may apply. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.