Home Energy Scotland advisors all set for Ullapool events!

Has your home been cold this winter? Are you wondering how to reduce your home energy bills, and keep your home warmer?

Home Energy Scotland advisors will be in Ullapool for two days later this month, to help local householders with all their energy efficiency questions.

The team will offer home energy advice at two drop-in events. First at the Ullapool Village Hall on Friday 22 March from 10am-6pm, and then at the MacPhail Centre on Saturday 23 March from 10am-4pm. Their advice is impartial, and free!

These events are organised by Home Energy Scotland and the Lochbroom and Ullapool Community Trust.

The LUCT organiser of these events, Nick Tatchell, said: “Each year we find ourselves spending more and more money heating our homes, but getting reliable information on how to improve home energy efficiency can feel overwhelming. The Home Energy Scotland team are known for offering sensible, impartial advice, so I strongly encourage people to drop in and talk to the team while they’re in Ullapool.”

Home Energy Scotland is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by Energy Saving Trust.

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