SuperHomes Open Days | September 2016.

Original Article
August 2nd, 2016


Pioneering owners of some of the UK’s most eco-friendly SuperHomes will host free Open Days this September. SuperHomes are older homes refurbished by their owners for much greater comfort, lower bills and far fewer carbon emissions – at least 60% less!

Visitors can expect to come away with plenty of energy saving ideas for their own home. Tours and Q&A sessions will let you quiz the owners, so you can discover what worked and get frank feedback on anything that didn’t. Most SuperHomes have superior insulation; many have alternative heating sources and some produce their own energy. They use, on average, 40% less energy per square metre per year than the average UK home. This makes them some of the UK homes most improved for energy use.

Over 50 refurbished Victorian, Edwardian and post-war properties will open in September. These free events are promoted by the National Energy Foundation in partnership with Heritage Open Days and Open House London.

To find out more or to pre-book a place on a free tour, visit the SuperHomes website.