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Three ways to improve the energy efficiency of a property and the benefits
Here are HM Lettings' three ways to make your property more energy efficient.
*If you have a savings balance of at least £500 and have either held one of our savings accounts for at least the last 12 months or currently have a Nottingham Building Society mortgage, you can benefit from a range of offers. Visit your nearest branch or call us on 0344 481 0912 to find out more.
1 - EDF Energy Efficient Lighting
2 - EDF Energy Efficient Appliances
3 - The Heating Hub
Last updated on: November 07, 2019
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