Chimney Sheep Blog

It’s never too late to stick a sheep in your chimney

October and November are the peak months for getting the home insulated, ready for the onslaught of winter. By this end of the winter homeowners are thinking of spring things, garden improvements and all that. As the days are getting noticeably longer, it becomes easier to tolerate the cold draughts for a couple of months more, and get around to draught busting later in the year. However the Chimney Sheep will make a massive difference to the cold draughts right now, and will continue giving benefits throughout the summer months.

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Sheep could be best company for pets left home alone

Creature comforts cost home owners £78 million according to a new survey by the Energy Saving Trust.

A recent survey by the Energy Savings Trust found that half of pet owners leave the heating on for their dog or cat while they are out for the day. While this is costing around £140 per year, a single visit to the vets’ can cost this much, so the cost of the indulgence is not a big incentive to make an energy saving at the expense of our pets’ comfort.

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Winterproof your home with a chimney draught excluder as UK is warned of worst winter in years

Chimney Sheep Draught Excluder

120 days of snow is set to hit Britain, winter is coming and UK homeowners have been warned to brace themselves for some of the harshest, snowiest winter weather in years.  Many older properties in the UK with open fireplaces are costing homeowners hundreds of pounds in lost heat each year and a Chimney Sheep® draught excluder can stop this heatloss.

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Over 13m households forced to ration their energy use this winter

According to a recent survey 13.6m* households in Britain are planning to ration their energy use this winter. The research, commissioned by Energy, found that 32% of homeowners will have to actively manage the amount of heating they use this winter, with one in 10 worried about how they will pay their fuels bills and 7% expecting to make cutbacks elsewhere to be able to afford to heat their homes.

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