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Investing in our current homes

Torus are committed to improving the environment and helping tenants enjoy warm, comfortable homes.  Our ongoing investment to our existing homes to ensure that our customers save money on their bills, tackle fuel poverty and reduce carbon emissions.

In 2019/20 we invested £17.1m in modernising and refurbishing existing homes.  By 2019 we had carried out 43,399 installations in our properties, reducing carbon emissions by 25,095 tons per year.  These installations include:

  • External wall insulation
  • Internal wall insulation
  • Ground Source Heat Pumps
  • Air Source Heat Pumps
  • Solar hot water (shw)
  • Insulating render
  • Flexible insulated lining
  • Triple glazing
  • LED lighting
  • Gas Saver Boilers

  • Solar PV (pv)
  • Hot water tank jacket
  • Cavity Wall Insulation
  • Loft insulation
  • Central heating systems
  • Replacement boilers
  • Passive ventilation
  • Mechanical Heat recovery
  • Ventilation

As well as our ongoing improvements to our homes to make them greener, warmer and cheaper to run, we are keen to investigate new and innovative solutions to reduce energy usage, lower carbon emissions, reduce energy bills and save our customers money.  Here are a few of our projects:

Q-Bot Underfloor Insulation

Carl Talbot-Davies, Torus Group Head of Assets & Compliance, said; “Social housing needs to be energy efficient and fit for the future.

These are just a few examples of how we are working hard to make our energy systems more sustainable with an aim to reduce energy usage, cut waste, drive down greenhouse gas emissions and reduce the cost of energy bills for our customers.

By investing in our homes and making them better, we can protect the people who live in them from high energy bills and fuel poverty, which is especially beneficial for the high proportion of social tenants who are on low incomes.”