Stonebond reveals new energy saving calculator

Sustainable homebuilder Stonebond has recently launched its new energy saving calculator, which allows prospective buyers to compare the energy bills of their current home with an energy efficient Stonebond property.

Users can enter their current postcode and select their home from the list, which will show their current annual energy usage and CO2 emissions.

A range of Stonebond homes are then available to select from a list, and prospective buyers can then see how their current property compares with their potential new home, and the savings that could be made.

Customers will see an estimate of how much money and energy they can save per year, and how much of their CO2 emissions can be reduced.

This emphasises the company’s focus on building greener properties for our future, and how buying a new build home presents a host of benefits from a financial and energy-efficient perspective.

In addition to this, potential savings can be maximised further as Stonebond is providing homebuyers with the opportunity to save up to £50,000 on selected properties across all residential developments.

Incentives can be personally tailored, giving buyers a range to choose from, including a deposit contribution, a fixed 3% mortgage rate for two years, part exchange, or a contribution to stamp duty among others.

Annette Cole, sales and marketing director at Stonebond, commented: “We are delighted to launch our new energy saving calculator, as it will enable buyers to fully appreciate the excellent energy saving benefits when buying a new home.

“With our current incentive to save up to £50,000 on selected properties across our developments, and mortgage rates looking set to continue to fall in 2024, now really is a positive time to purchase a new home.”

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