Need help in cutting your energy bills?
With the recent hikes in the energy price cap, and with more to come, domestic energy bills are a real cause for concern for many. The Home Energy Helpdesk is designed to help by offering practical assistance on how to save energy costs and trim your carbon footprints.
The Helpdesk happens once a month at the same time and place as the Repair Café – 2.00-4.00pm on the second Saturday of the month.
We’ve booked a meeting room at the back of Beeding & Bramber Village Hall to provide a quiet spot for a chat.
We’ll have a team of volunteers there to talk over your own situation, and what energy saving steps might be practical for you.
- A friendly chat about how you can save energy at home
- Tips on how to cut your fuel bills
- Suggestions on where to start with draught-proofing, insulation, solar energy, heat pumps and more
- Info on what grants are available
Our Helpdesk team will be there to help, and provide useful pointers on where to go next. They’ll be offering information and suggestions rather than professional advice.
The service is entirely free, though you might like to drop a small donation in Repair Café bucket as you leave.Click the button below to book a slot. Or you can just turn up on the day and speak to one our our volunteers. Please bear in mind: Greening Steyning is a volunteer organisation and we provide this information in good faith. Most of the Homes & Energy team that run the Home Energy Helpdesk have prior knowledge of upgrading/retrofitting our homes to help save energy and to reduce our global footprint. But please note we are enthusiastic amateurs rather than qualified and fully accredited professionals. Before proceeding with any major works you need to obtain professional advice from suitably qualified person(s). Whenever seeking advice you need to make your own personal enquires as to the qualifications, financial status, competence of the provider and if the technology is the most appropriate for your own personal circumstances. We advise you to obtain at least three “like for like” quotations from different providers before proceeding with any major works.