Green Home Guide re-launch

This week sees the re-launch of the popular Green Home Guide, you can now get all the most current information and useful tips you need to living a more eco-friendly existence at home.  Learn how you can make carbon and energy saving changes that could protect your wallet and help save the planet too!  Our client, Nationwide Education, is a recognised leader in the field and are proud to provide positive and impartial guides which are is independent and free of Nationwide’s products or services.

The Green Home Guide follows the familiar interactive step-by-step format also used for the Home and Money Guides. It is also tablet and smartphone friendly.   A detailed word glossary helps make sense of the jargon and there are useful contacts providing links to still more information.

Kevin McCloud of Grand Designs commented; ‘Houses are very inefficient machines.  They’re badly put together, hard to heat, badly designed. With 27% of the UK’s overall CO2 emissions coming from our homes, reducing energy in our houses is a given. So full marks to Nationwide for coming up with this user-friendly interactive Green Home Guide which shows you how to reduce your carbon footprint, save on households bills and live a more sustainable life.

There are now nine of these guides; check them out today at



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