Save at Home

Welcome to the Save at Home hub - Helping you keep your home costs down in 2023

Costs have increased across the board over the past year, with many people looking for new and easy ways to save money. We’ll be releasing regular content on how you can save on your energy bills, keep on top of important home maintenance tasks and introduce new innovative ways to increase efficiency in your home.

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Save at home - How to reduce your energy bills
How to reduce your energy bills

There's no avoiding the fact that energy bills are on the rise, but what can you do to keep them as low as possible? Read our top tips on the changes you can make at home to save money on your energy bills and keep your home efficient in 2023.

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Cheap ways to improve efficiency at home

A more efficient home means lower costs, but it can be difficult to work out where you can make quick and cheap improvements to optimise efficiency and save money. Read our blog on the changes you can make.

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At home investments for long-term savings

We've looked at the small changes you can make to improve efficiency, but what about larger scale investments for long-term gains? We take a look at the innovations that could save you money in the future.

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Saving Money – Video Roundup

Watch the video below for our tips on saving money at home, with our Birmingham Sales Manager, Luca Davis.

Property Maintenance

Why a property manager can help you save money on your energy bills

When it comes to saving money on your bills, a property manager can be an invaluable asset. Find out how a property manager can help you reduce your costs.

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How to avoid damp and mould in your property

Damp and mould throughout your property can contribute to poor health, unsightly stains and a reduction in house value. Find out how to stop it in its tracks.

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DIY money saving home maintenance hacks

Got a weekend to spare and a home in need of some TLC? Find out which simple money saving home maintenance hacks you can get started on.

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Efficient Home

What to look for when buying a new home

Want your next home to be as energy efficient as possible? Here are the features you should look out for when scrolling through Rightmove and Zoopla.

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Why new build properties can be cheaper in the long run

Although older properties can be full of character, they can be much less efficient. Find out why buying a new build home could save you money in the long term.

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Top home efficiency innovations in 2023

We're always looking for new ways to make properties more efficient, so here are our top efficiency innovations for 2023 to help you save money on your bills.

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UK Property Market Forecast - Reading

Download your complete guide to Centrick’s property market predictions for 2023

Explore upcoming trends for 2023 in our latest property guide. Full of interesting insights into the UK sales, lettings and new homes markets, you’ll find everything you need to make the most informed decision on your next property transaction.

After a tumultuous few years for the UK economy and property market, it’s important that you’re in the know when it comes to buying or investing in a new property. Centrick is here to guide you through your next purchase, whatever your goal is. Download the guide or talk to one of our expert team today.


Get in touch

At Centrick, we’re passionate about making your home the best it possibly can be – from beautiful styling to sustainable living, to adding value with investment features, we’re equipped with all of the tips to make your house feel like a home. For the most up-to-date advice, check out the At Home With Centrick hub, updated weekly, or contact the Centrick team using the form below.

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