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Energy efficient home

Save energy at home

Easy ways save money on your energy bills

Lowering the temperature on your thermostat by one degree or removing dust from your radiators are small changes that could add up and help to reduce your energy bills over time.

Making energy saving home improvements

Once you've taken simple energy saving actions, it could be time to look at improving how energy efficient your home is. We've created guides to help you, covering improvements like insulation and solar panels.

What is an EPC certificate?

A third of prospective UK homebuyers say a property's EPC rating is 'very important' (NatWest Greener Homes Attitude Tracker, 2022). Learn more about them and how they could help with your plans.

Borrowing options for energy saving home improvements

Borrowing more

Borrow more on your existing NatWest mortgage

From a minimum of £10,000 up to 90% of the value of your property. You'll make monthly payments over an agreed term to repay the amount you borrow.

Remortgage

Remortgage to NatWest

You could get a personalised indication of how much you could borrow in less than 10 minutes. Plus it won't impact your credit score.

Personal loan

Personal loan

For smaller alterations to your home a personal loan might be another option to consider.

Talk to us

Talk to us face to face wherever you are

Video Banking is an easy and secure way to chat to us face-to-face wherever you are for up to 60 minutes. Whether you want an instant chat, or a chat at a later date or time – we’re ready whenever you are.

Buying a home with a valid EPC rating of A or B?

If you are or already have one, you could be eligible for our Green Mortgage which rewards you for buying an energy efficient home.

NatWest Green Mortgages are available to over 18s purchasing or remortgaging a home with a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of A or B.

Product fees may apply.  Max LTV 85%.  Early repayment charges may apply.  Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.