According to the recent "Watt a Save" study, commissioned by the Home Builders Federation, new build homeowners can save an average of more than £1,600 per year on their energy bills. With the average new build home using over 55% less energy per year, you can experience the benefits of energy-efficient living and significant cost savings with our homes.
This saving increases to over £2,200 a year for purchasers of houses, rather than flats or bungalows, working out at £180 per month. Given these impressive savings, it comes as no surprise that over three-quarters of people are actively considering a move to a more environmentally friendly residence.
Our energy-efficient new homes are a testament to our meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship. Engineered to keep your home cosy and warm, our new builds feature innovative construction methods and materials that ensure heat retention. For instance, we install effective insulation in the lofts, walls, and floors, offering 150mm wall insulation and up to 450mm of roof insulation, to create a snug and inviting atmosphere in your dream home.
Designed to stand the test of time and save homeowners money, our beautifully crafted, energy-efficient new build homes also boast state-of-the-art A-rated appliances, including Zanussi fridge freezers, AEG cooking appliances, and high-energy-efficient boilers, along with gas central heating throughout.
Beyond just kitchen appliances, we extend our first-class specifications to bathrooms, featuring world-leading innovative Methven Satinjet showers that utilise unique twin-jet technology to ensure optimal water droplet size and pressure.
At Peveril Homes, we take immense pride in our unwavering commitment to new home energy efficiency and reducing the carbon footprint of every home we construct. Thanks to our modern construction methods, each of our new homes proudly holds a remarkable B rating for energy efficiency, a noteworthy contrast to the average D rating for homes in England.
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We currently have a range of new housing developments in the Midlands including new homes in Derbyshire, new housing developments in Leicestershire, new housing developments in Nottinghamshire, and new housing developments in Staffordshire.