Reducing outgoings by improving the energy efficiency of the home is a "no-brainer".This is according to Marshall-Tufflex commercial director Richard Beale, who suggested that a "real momentum towards energy saving" has been apparent for the last three years.People could use the reductions they make to their fuel bills to cut their likelihood of incurring loan charges or could use the cash to pay off credit card claims."In these tight times, people are looking at every way to save money," Mr Beale declared.He argued some of the sustainable measures people fit in their residences have a payback period of between three to five years.Recently, Legal & General's insurance business director Mike Lawler recommended people spend time over the bank holiday weekend improving and maintaining their home."Prevention is always better than a cure," he stated, adding setting aside a few hours on DIY could ensure a building remains "safe and secure".Jennifer Haines Jennifer's speciality knowledge is credit card changes and balance transfers.
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