Energy-saving possibilities for 1930s semi-detached home in England 2014

This statistic shows which improvements or actions adults believed could save the most energy in a semi-detached house built in the 1930s in England in 2014. Over a third of respondents said they believed installing 150mm of loft insulation would be the action saving the most energy, while 25 percent felt replacing the windows with low-omissivity double glazing would be the most efficient method for saving energy.

Thinking about a typical semi-detached home built in the 1930s, which of the following improvements or actions do you think would save the most energy?

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Source

Release date

September 2014

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

5-7 September, 2014

Number of respondents

1,770 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

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