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Lancashire Home Life Services

Home Life Services

Lancashire Home Life Services, for a hassle free Home Life!
If you need a helping hand, you’re in the right place.

Lancashire Home Life Services is a multi-service family owned business with over two decades of experience in property renovation and house sourcing. During our many years of property renovation we have gained a wealth of knowledge in property care and repair, and have hired all sorts of tradesmen from groundsmen up to roofers. We know what a tradesman does when, why, how and in which order!
Home Renovations & refurbishment

Home Maintenance Preston
Electrical Safety Certificates | Lancashire Home Life Services
Gas Safety Checks | Lancashire Home Life Services
Home Renovations & refurbishment
Property maintenance services
Approved Tradesmen
Handyman Preston
Electricians Preston (Part P approved, NICEIC and ELECSA registered)
Gas Engineers Preston (Gas Safe registered)
Plumbers Preston
Approved Tradesman
Joiners Preston
Handyman Services
Landscape Gardening Preston
Landlord Safety Certificates
House Clearance Preston
Decorators Preston
Bathroom Refurbishment
Kitchen Refurbishment Preston
Professional Plastering & Tiling services
Garden Maintenance

We will combine any of our services and offer you a comprehensive package to suit your requirements, meaning you only pay for exactly what you need.

Plumbers Preston

Plumbers Preston are Approved Gas Safe Plumbers and is one of the services we created from Lancashire Home Life Services to help our customers keep their homes safe and in sound working order.
From replacing a washer to installing under floor heating, or in need of bathroom refurbishment our highly skilled Plumbers Preston can undertake all types of plumbing work.
Approved Plumbers Preston also offer Home Safety Inspections Electrical Safety Certificates and Gas Safety checks Home inspections & certificates

The most efficient way to get things done around the home is to use our approved Gas safe Plumbers Preston. With our competent Plumbers and high-quality equipment we’re relied on by property owners, home sellers and buyers, estate agents, solicitors, executors, insurance companies, residential homes, carers and many others throughout Preston and Lancashire.
Approved Gas safe Plumbers have many years experience in a wide range of Central heating installation & boiler repairs & servicing including:

Gas Engineers Preston | Lancashire Home Life Services

Gas Engineers Preston | Lancashire Home Life Services

Gas Engineers Preston is part of Lancashire Home Life Services, a multi service family owned business with over two decades of experience in property renovation.

Gas Engineers Preston are Gas Safe approved and registered, energy saving aware, and are available for general gas repairs, installation, renovation, refurbishment or Gas Safety Checks. They can advise which solutions will work best in your home while working within your budget. Gas Engineers Preston will repair, install, replace or inspect whatever you require.

Our Gas Safe approved Gas Engineers are relied on by the general public, property landlords, insurance companies and many other organisations in Preston and the surrounding areas. By using Gas Engineers Preston you can be confident of safe and high quality workmanship done at low cost.

Electrical Safety Certificates | Lancashire Home Life Services

Electrical Safety Certificates | Lancashire Home Life Services

Our Electricians are Part P, NICEIC and ELECSA approved and registered, energy saving aware, and are available for Electrical Safety Checks, domestic electrical repairs, installation, renovation and refurbishment. They will inspect, repair, install or replace whatever you require inside or outside your house.

Lancashire Home Life Services offer surprisingly low rates as all overheads are shared between the many services that we provide.

We will also save you money on obtaining both your gas and electrical safety certificates by combining both services to offer you a low cost comprehensive package.

Electrical installations deteriorate with age and should be inspected at regular intervals.

Whether you’re a homeowner requiring assurance, a landlord, or are buying or selling a house, Lancashire Home Life Services Part P NICEIC and ELECSA approved Electricians will attend and carry out a basic safety check of the electrical installation in your house. Where it is safe they will issue an Electrical Safety Certificate. Where anything dangerous or potentially dangerous is found they are qualified to repair it.

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10 Ways to Reduce Your Energy Bill This Summer

In 2017, homeowners across Scotland experience financial difficulties spending over £300 more on their energy bill in comparison to the previous year. With rising energy prices, we've provided a short list of 10 ways you can reduce your energy bill this summer.

10 Ways to Reduce Your Energy Bill with Keith Gunn Electrical Solutions

Households across Scotland felt the crippling effects of rising energy bills as they soared to a record high.

Scottish homeowners felt financial strains after paying up to £300 more on their energy bills in 2017 compared to the previous year.

Now as we progress into a new year, homeowners are looking for ways on how they can reduce their energy bills and save some extra pennies.

With the late nights and rising temperatures, summer is the perfect opportunity to cut costs throughout your home.

You’d be surprised how much money you could save by cutting out a few things around the house.

This is where we come in.

We’ve taken the liberty of creating a short list of 10 ways you can reduce your energy bill this summer.


Steps You Can Take to Reduce Your Energy Bill

Switch Off and Unplug Appliances

One of the simplest ways to save money on your energy bill is to switch off and unplug any appliances you are not using.

Before you leave the house in the morning or head to bed at night, make sure you have turned off the power to all appliances that do not need to be on – including televisions, laptops, kettles, toasters etc.

Even on standby or not in use, these appliances consume a considerable amount of energy.

Also avoid keeping your mobile phone connected to a charger overnight when you go to sleep. Not only will this save you huge amounts of your energy bill, it will also reduce the likelihood of electrical dangers occurring.

Turn Off Lights

It may seem trivial, but switching off your lights when you leave a room can significantly reduce your energy bills.

It doesn’t just need to be when you leave a room either.

If you’re home during the day, the sunlight will brighten up your room without the need for any additional lighting.

Take advantage of the natural lighting whenever you can and only turn on the lights in your home when it begins to get too dark to see.

Before leaving the house or going to bed, make sure to turn off all lights in your house – including any front porch or back yard lighting.

Energy Saving Light Bulbs

Replace your current light bulbs with energy saving light bulbs can save you considerable money on your energy bill.

In comparison to a standard bulb which loses 80% of their energy to heat, LED light bulbs only lose 20%.

LED light bulbs can also last up to 10 times longer than your standard halogen bulbs, therefore saving you money in the long-run.

Experts have also suggested that switching to LED lighting can save you over £240 a year in energy costs.

It’s also worth noting that LED light bulbs do not contain any harmful chemicals so if you wish to do your part for the environment too, then LED light bulbs are a great step forward in reducing your carbon footprint.

Install Dimmer Light Switches

Adjust the amount of light you need throughout your home by installing dimmer light switches.

Dimmable light switches enable you to control and set just how much light you need or think is appropriate in a room.

Insulate Your Home

Okay you may be think this is one is a little odd. I mean, insulation, in summer?

Stay with us on this. Everyone knows that in the winter, a home requires insulation to avoid the warm air escaping.

However, many people do not realise that the same rule applies with cool air in the Summer.

Avoid Using the Oven and Cook Less

Warm evenings are a fantastic opportunity to dust off the barbecue which has been neglected in your shed for the past six months.

Instead of turning on the oven which saps your energy, fire up the barbecue and sit back and relax.

Close Blinds and Curtains

When the sun radiates through your windows, it can quickly begin heating up your home.

Avoid turning on the air conditioning by closing your blind and curtains. Closing the blinds and curtains will prevent the sun from shining through your windows and heating up your home.

Hang Your Laundry Outside

Instead of drying off your clothes in a dryer which uses up huge amounts of energy, consider opting for a more natural process by air-drying.

If you have a washing line, hang your washing outside. The late sunsets and warm evenings are a great alternative to your dryer which guzzles your energy.

Open the Windows

If you can, avoid the temptation to turn on the air conditioning.

Instead of this, try opening the windows and let some cool air make its way around your home.  

If you plan on leaving your home and want to leave the windows open, be sure to keep them open on the security locks to prevent any intruders entering your home.

Consider Installing Solar Panels

Solar panels may seem more hassle than they are worth, but in fact they are a great long-term solution to saving money.

Although the initial installation may seem costly, solar panels are a fantastic solution to protecting the environment and the money in your wallet. 

Sunlight is free, so running your home on sunlight energy can severely reduce your energy bills.

The Bottom Line

Money can be saved in the simplest of areas when you know where to make them. Making just a few cuts can drastically reduce your energy use and put those extra pennies towards something more useful. Don’t stress over your energy bill this summer, instead just find ways of cutting out those minor sources of energy use – it all adds up!

Though many of these steps can be carried out yourself, you may require the help of a fully-qualified electrician to help install energy saving LED light bulbs or dimmer light switches. It is never too early to get in touch with us at Keith Gunn Electrical Solutions to discuss how we can help in saving you money on your energy bill.  

Author: Simon Vickers - Keith Gunn Electrical Solutions

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