Information on how to keep your house warm and save money.
Funding and energy saving
Energy Savings Advice Service
Independent, expert advice on saving energy in your home.
Keep warm this winter
Guidance for householders and consumers on how to prepare for winter, saving energy and money.
Keep Warm Keep Well
Information for over 60s, low income families and people living with a disability.
Kirklees Citizen Advice Bureau
Citizens Advice could help you save money on your energy bills. They can provide you with advice about switching energy tariffs and suppliers as well as advice about fuel debt, benefit checks and application support.
Age UK HandyVan
Service for small repairs around the house.
Mears Home Improvements
Mears Home Improvements - Kirklees is funded by Kirklees Council to help assist vulnerable people to live independently in their own home. Mears also help hospital patients return home to a safer environment.
The Handyperson Service may be free to people who meet certain eligible criteria. However, Mears can still assist people who do not meet the criteria, but a small fee for labour and materials will apply.
Better Homes Kirklees
Here to help residents across Kirklees by offering home improvements that could save you energy and money. These home improvements could include standard and hard to treat wall insulation, new boilers, replacement windows & doors, new central heating systems and renewable technologies such as solar photovoltaic (PV panels).
- Phone 0808 163 5183 or 0113 350 2550
Keep warm, keep well in winter
Being cold isn't just uncomfortable; it can be very bad for your health.
Sitting or sleeping in a cold room is not good for you; it increases the risk of heart attacks, stroke, breathing problems and bad chests.