Sustainable Home Solutions

If you are looking to improve the sustainability of your home then we can help. We offer a consultation service for this which is not limited to using energy more efficiently. Maybe you want to source more sustainable materials for home improvement projects or simply want to reduce your water use. Get in touch and see if we can help you with solutions for improving the sustainability of your home. 

Water Management

Water supplies are in danger of running low and are predicted to become limited in the next twenty years in the UK. There are many ways in which you can help conserve water and reduce your water bills. Get in touch with us at EPEC Ltd for a discussion of your requirements. 

Sedum roofing

A sedum roof for your house or garden room not only looks good but helps reduce carbon dioxide levels as the plants grow. Get in touch with us for a quotation for installation and maintenance ideas. 

Solar Panels

Solar panels that produce electricity from sunlight for your home are a great way to reduce your bills and benefit from government incentives that help with the cost of installation. When you generate electricity for your own use you will see a significant reduction in your electricity bills and lower your carbon footprint. Here at EPEC Ltd we can provide you with feasibility studies and offer an installation service. 

Eco wool insulation installation

Eco wool insulation is a sustainable alternative solution to the established use of fibre glass wall and roof insulation. Contact us for more information about the sustainable sourcing and installation of this product. 

Sustainable laundry & home cleaning

Are you doing your bit to reduce water pollution and use of long established detergents that harm aquatic life when discharged into the environment. Here at EPEC Ltd we offer a range of alternative products to keep your textiles and home clean while protecting the environment from toxic chemicals. 

Sustainable food sources

Food and nutrition are important in our daily lives. Food that is not sustainably grown and sourced increases our carbon footprint. Ideas such as growing your own vegetables for eating and shopping locally without taking the car are great ways in which you can reduce your carbon footprint and make a contribution to improving the sustainability of your home. Contact us for more information. 


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