Halve your energy bill and save over £600 a year with Barratt and David Wilson Homes

Five star housebuilders Barratt Homes Northampton and David Wilson Homes South Midlands are urging homebuyers in Northamptonshire to consider moving to an energy efficient brand new home this winter, which could cut their energy bill by over 55%.

A typical street scene at Radstone Fields in Brackley
A typical street scene at Radstone Fields in Brackley

With the cold weather well and truly here, new build properties are proven to keep you warmer through the winter. A new report by the Home Builders Federation (HBF)* shows that new build home owners save £629 a year, spending on average £443 on heating, hot water and lighting compared to the £1,072 the owner of an older home can expect to spend.

Jackie Day, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “Our new homes are significantly more energy efficient than older properties so not only does this save our customers hundreds of pounds a year in energy bills, there are huge benefits for the environment.

“As the cold weather sets in, people are concerned about the energy efficiency of their homes and want to know they’ll be able to keep them warm through winter without costing a fortune.

The developers have named their top three reasons more people can benefit from the efficient homes.

All homes are built using smart techniques for energy efficiency

Barratt and David Wilson Homes build their properties to the highest standards and use smart techniques to ensure they are energy efficient, lowering energy bills.

They use features such as insulated roofs, special double glazing and airtight doors to keep you from feeling any draughts through the cooler months and keep the cold out of your home.

The homes are built with the customers’ needs in mind

Each beautifully crafted home is made with the customers’ needs in mind from the outset.

Every home features external cavity walls which incorporate heat-reflecting low-emissive technology. These help to keep contain heat within the house, making your home warm and cosy through the winter months.

Customers also don’t need to worry about the cost of running their hot water when it’s cold, as the boilers are fitted with low-heat-loss water cylinders, meaning they can have relaxing bath at the end of the day without feeling guilty for using up all of the water.

Customers have peace of mind in a cosy and welcoming home

The homes give customers peace of mind knowing they don’t have to spend a fortune on heating their spacious new home. Barratt and David Wilson Homes create high quality and energy efficient homes that are built in a sustainable and responsible way, to ensure you get the most for your money with a cheaper, greener and more energy efficient property.

Alison Raine, Sales Director at Barratt Homes Northampton: “All of our homes are carefully constructed with the customer in mind and we want them to know our homes have specialist features to help keep your energy bills at an all-time low.”

Barratt Homes is currently building homes at the following developments in Northamptonshire: Lyveden Fields and Lake View at Priors Hall Park in Corby, Saxon Rise in Brixworth, St Margaret’s View in Crick and The Brackens in Brackley.

David Wilson Homes is currently building homes at the following developments in Northamptonshire: Bertone Manor in Barton Seagrave, The Gateway at Priors Hall Park in Corby, Radstone Fields in Brackley, The Avenue in Overstone, The Wickets in Earls Barton and The Nurseries in Thrapston.

For more information on Barratt and David Wilson Homes or any of their developments please call the Barratt sales team on 0844 811 3399 or the David Wilson sales team on 0844 811 4477. Alternatively, you can visit;

www.barratthomes.co.uk www.dwh.co.uk