Resideo’s Mighty campaign aims to help reduce energy bills

As winter approached and the weather grows colder, Resideo says making small heating control upgrades now could have a noticeable impact on future energy bills.

In 2022, a survey commissioned by Resideo revealed most UK consumers were concerned about rising energy costs. The survey also showed almost half of UK homeowners would be willing to spend money on the latest heating controls if it meant they could save money in the long term.

Now its Mighty Impact campaign highlights the heating control products that can help reduce customers’ heating bills this winter, and the impact these upgrades could have*:

  • Replace a mechanical thermostat (Class I) for a load compensating thermostat (Class IV) – annual savings up to 10 per cent
  • Upgrade from a mechanical thermostat (Class I) to an OpenTherm thermostat – annual savings up to 12 per cent
  • Upgrade manual radiator valves and mechanical thermostat to TRVs and a Honeywell Home evohome smart zoning thermostat with OpenTherm bridge and HR92 TRVs – annual savings up to up to 32 per cent
  • Upgrade manual radiator valves to thermostatic radiator valves – annual savings up to 18 per cent.

Installers can also visit the campaign’s website and take a virtual tour of the Scottish production site where many of the company’s energy saving products are made.

Martin Wilson, sales director at Resideo, says: “We are entering into the busiest season for installers at a time when everyone’s budgets are under pressure. Therefore, we wanted to create a campaign that clearly shows the impact our great value products can have on reducing energy bills. Our focus is always on supporting the installer to meet their customers’ needs.”

*Based on test environment using a timeclock, Class I on/off room thermostat and manual radiator valves, in an end-terrace/semi-detached house. Potential savings on energy bills through the application of heating control upgrades. Individual energy savings are dependent upon existing controls, environment and lifestyle. Savings correct on date of publication

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