The Green Deal
The Green Deal is an initiative to reduce carbon emissions cost effectively by improving the 01rgy efficiency of British properties, including homes and businesses. Over half of the UK's 26 million homes are insufficiently insulated: the Green Deal sets out to tackle this problem.
Launched by the Government on 28th January 2013, the Green Deal allows householders to take out a long term loan to pay for new 01rgy saving home improvements. Improvements such as loft, cavity or solid wall insulation, double glazing, a new boiler or even a 'micro g01ration' system such as solar panels are all considered acceptable as part of the scheme.
The way the Green Deal differs from a standard loan is that the repayments made by the householder should (in theory) be covered by the savings on their 01rgy bills as a result of having had the 01rgy saving measures installed. This system is known as the 'Golden Rule'. However, the Golden Rule is not a guarantee, just a guideline based on 01rgy saving estimates.
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With the aim of providing you with as much technical support and assistance as possible, Goldtrowel & Wetherby offer a COMPREHENSIVE PRODUCT SAMPLE SERVICE, which allows both you and your customer to view a small sample of the finished build up, colour and texture before a final decision is made.
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