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New is energy efficient

Our homes keep the warmth in and your costs down. We could help you move in with just a 5% deposit.

Warm and cosy

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There are many reasons why you’d choose a new Barratt home – being warm and cosy is just one of them.

By using smart techniques such as airtight doors, insulated roofs and special double-glazing, we're able to keep more heat in, and keep those nasty cold draughts out. This makes our homes 55% more energy efficient than an upgraded Victorian home*.

Our focus on energy efficiency means you’ll be spending more time feeling toasty and up to £1,312 less a year on your heating bills*. Best of all, you can now buy a Barratt home of your own with as little as a 5% deposit.

A helping hand to get you moving

Whether you’re a first-time buyer dreaming of a home of your own, a growing family needing some extra space, or a couple just looking for a place that’s easier to upkeep, we have a range of offers to help you to buy a Barratt home.

Find out how you could buy one of our new homes with just a 5% deposit, using Help to Buy. If you want to upgrade from your current property to a new Barratt home, you could take advantage of our Part Exchange offer. Our Movemaker service can help you sell your existing home – with no estate agent fees to pay.

Use the search box below to find a Barratt home near you to take advantage of these great offers now!

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A smarter kind of cosy

We believe a warm home is a happy one, whatever the season.

So whether it's blowing a gale outside or frosty morning and night, you can relax knowing that staying warm isn't costing you the earth.

Find out how much you could save on your bills with a Barratt home by using the energy calculator below.


*Costs based upon the comparison of a new build four-bed detached house built to 2010 regulations vs. Victorian property (upgraded with modern-day improvements). An upgraded Victorian home means one which has the following improvements over original build specification: 200mm loft insulation, double glazing to half of all windows, a 72% efficient (non-condensing) gas boiler and insulated hot water cylinder.  Source: Zero Carbon Hub and NHBC Foundation 2012.

The bills are ridiculously cheap - our 3-month winter bill was just £108! And we hardly ever need to put the heating on. I don't think I could go back to a house that isn't energy efficient.



Energy savings calculator

What would you do with an extra £200, £500 or £1500 a year? Barratt homes are up to 65% more energy efficient than a similar sized older home, even after it's been modernised. Use our calculator to see how much you could save.

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About these calculations

All savings are based on space and water heating in a typical gas central heated property, using an average gas price of 4.21p/kWh correct as of July 2014. Savings are the modelled differences in heating running costs between typical historic homes (sourced from SAP 2009) and modern Barratt Homes (sourced from Barratt Homes), assuming the dimensions remain the same. Dimensions are based on the Holden (detached house), Barwick (Semi-detached house), Tiverton (mid-terrace house) and Foxton (flat) Barratt Home properties. Please note that savings may vary with different historical home configurations, construction type and building orientation which has an effect upon heating requirements. This information should only be used as a guide.

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