Save on energy bills with smart home improvements

Check your home’s energy efficiency

Save on energy bills with smart home improvements

Check your home’s energy efficiency

Personalised advice

Discover the energy-saving measures that are best for your home, how much you'll save and how quickly you can get a return on your investment.

Scientific and independent

EnergyVille/VITO offers advice backed up by science, independent of suppliers, producers and installers.

Still free of charge

Act quickly, because this advice is still free for KBC customers.

 

Making your home more energy-efficient is a smart move. You'll save on energy costs, your home will be more comfortable, and you'll be helping the environment too. The Flemish government is also convinced: it provides grants for several energy-saving investments, and setting ever-stricter regulations that your home will have to comply with.

So what's your best approach now? Is your house already properly insulated? Is it better to install a new boiler, a solar boiler, or solar panels? It's easy to get caught up in the details. That's why KBC wants to help you. Our Home Energy Check lets you see exactly what steps to take. 

Act quickly- this service is free for an introductory period!

What is our Home Energy Check?

Our Home Energy Check lets you know exactly what energy-saving measures could be useful for your home, what each of these measures costs, how much you'll save each year and how quickly you get a return on your investment.

This advice is only available to KBC customers, and only for their own homes. It is not available for apartments or houses used for business purposes.

Why should you do this?

Saving energy offers many advantages. Our Home Energy Check helps you:

  • Save money with advice telling you how much each improvement will save you every year
  • Make your home more comfortable and increase its value
  • Be more environmentally-friendly with advice telling you how much your CO2 emissions will drop as a result of each improvement
  • Conform to ever-stricter European energy standards for homes with advice telling you exactly what you need to do to make sure your home is compliant

How does it work?

It’s really easy. Simply answer a number of questions in KBC Touch about your home, the people who live there and your energy consumption (this only takes about 15 minutes).

Having your energy bills, building plans, building and renovation bills, etc. to hand will make it easier. The more accurate your answers, the more accurate the advice will be. Don’t worry though – you can provide more detailed answers later.

What do you get?

Our partner EnergyVille/VITO will instantly give you a summary of all the energy-saving steps you can take that make sense for your home. You'll see, broken down by measure:

  • How much each one costs
  • How much you'll save
  • The environmental impact
  • How quickly you'll get a return on the investment

You'll see at a glance:

  • What you should do first for a well-insulated home
  • The measures that you'll get a return on quickly
  • Which measures are the "greenest"
  • What you can do to ensure your home complies with the stricter standards

What is EnergyVille?

At KBC, we believe strongly in the importance of sustainability.  That's why we're working with a special partner on providing this advice. EnergyVille is a partnership between KU Leuven, Vito, imec and UHasselt. It specialises in sustainable energy and intelligent energy systems. They guarantee independent advice, backed up by science.

Convinced?

Ready to get started? You'll see instantly which loans are best suited to your plans and how much each of them would cost.

Log into KBC Touch on your computer or tablet and find out how much you'll save.

Log into KBC Touch on your computer or tablet
Choose 'Home'
Choose 'Work or take out a new product'
Choose 'Save on energy bills'

 

 

Form of credit: Consumer credit or mortgage loan for immovable property. Subject to the approval of your loan application by KBC Bank NV. Lender: KBC Bank

Attention, borrowing money also costs money

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