Advice on keeping warm
If you need extra support to keep warm during winter there is a variety of energy saving measures you can take and also financial support to help you.
Energy saving advice
There are a range of energy saving measures that you can do to keep your house warmer and also to help you save money.
Insulate your home
Insulating your home is one of the best ways of helping to stay warm. Visit Energy Saving Trust for more information on insulation.
Contact a local energy advisor
Local energy advisors can:
- provide you with advice on cost efficient heating
- assist you with switching suppliers
- help you apply for insulation grant schemes
- put you in touch with other local services you may not be aware of.
Contact the local energy advisory for your district:
|Broxtowe - Nottingham Energy Partnership||01159 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gedling - Nottingham Energy Partnership||01159 email@example.com|
|Newark & Sherwood||01636 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rushcliffe - Nottingham Energy Partnership||01159 email@example.com|
|Ashfield - Ashfield Volunteering||01623 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mansfield - Mansfield District Council Housing Services||01623 463472|
Check your energy supplier
Getting the best deal on your energy can save you money. There are many energy suppliers who all offer different deals.
There is a number of financial support schemes available to help you keep warm, including:
See our welfare benefits page for more information and also to search for benefits that you may be able to claim.