Beat The Winter Blues – And High Energy Bills – With A Brand New Home For 2019

January – for many a miserable month of feeling the financial pinch after Christmas and facing the prospect of dark, cold days and nights.

However, there is some light to be enjoyed before the clocks spring forward at the end of March; especially if a brand new home is on your ‘to do’ list for the early part of the year.

January 21 kicks off national Big Energy Saving Week, with experts and consumer champions showcasing some easy ways to save money and make energy and water consumption more sustainable.

It comes as no surprise that buying and moving into a brand new home at this time of year will almost certainly result in savings when it comes to utility bills - thanks to economic boilers, insulation and double-glazing.

And at Linden Homes East Yorkshire, a new home automatically comes with a host of energy-saving, environmentally friendly features which could dramatically reduce the running costs compared to an older counterpart.

Some eco-advantages and savings tips if you are moving before winter really bites:

Linden Homes East Yorkshire regional managing director Mark Connors commented: “With newer homes come smarter ways of saving energy and ultimately reducing utility bills for the home owner.

“At Linden Homes, every effort is made to deliver best practise to our customers – from the build stage, with double glazing and wall and loft insulation, right through to the various heating and water systems elements that make up the property.”

Beat the winter blues – and high energy
bills – with a brand new home for 2019
at Linden Homes East Yorkshire’s
properties around the region.


For further press information please contact Cetti Long at Media Matters on 01733 371363 or email

28 January 2019

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