New is... warm
No matter how cold it is outside, you’ll feel warm in a brand-new Barratt home.
We use highly thermally efficient insulation and argon-filled double-glazing as standard, which allows the heat from the sun in whilst minimising heat loss.
This means you could enjoy lower energy bills, whatever the weather.
In fact, a brand-new home could be up to 69% cheaper to run, meaning you could save up to £1,418 on your bills each year, compared to an updated Victorian equivalent^.
Our walls use the latest building techniques to keep the heat in and your bills down.
Energy-efficiency built in
Our homes come with the latest water and energy saving appliances as standard. In fact, our water efficient kitchen and bathroom fittings could reduce consumption by up to 26% per day per person compared to the national average**.
When you move in, we provide you with helpful information about how to make the most of the appliances we provide, along with further advice on how you could live a more sustainable lifestyle, using less water.
Leading the way
We are on a journey towards all of our homes being Zero Carbon. That's why we're leading the way in green building.
Our new homes are designed with energy-efficiency as a key design consideration. Good levels of insulation, quality construction on-site and high-efficiency heating systems help to cut down carbon emissions and your bills.
When we discover that something works brilliantly, we start applying that thinking to all of our homes. Pioneering developments such as those in Hanham Hall in Bristol and Trumpington Meadows in Cambridge are proof that our new homes can set the benchmark for sustainability for years to come.
Some of the features shown may not be available with every Barratt home or on every Barratt Homes development. Please speak to a Sales Adviser for details of the features available on the home and development you are interested in.
*Source: GOV.UK. This figure represents the level of energy-efficiency of existing housing stock only (homes built up to 2007 when EPCs were introduced).
**Source: Water UK
^Indicative figures, based on research from Briary Energy, April 2022