An energy advice team are offering up free advice for Pitmedden residents on how to save money on fuel bills next week.
As winter approaches and temperatures drop, many home owners are finding their homes difficult to heat.
The Home Energy Advice Team (HEAT) from SCARF provide free advice on energy efficiency and affordable warmth.
A HEAT advisor will be on hand at Udny Community Trust, Pitmedden offering advice to resident on how to cut their fuel bills effectively.
The free session takes place on Wednesday, January 22 from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Local authority, housing association, privately rented tenants and homeowners can receive advice from HEAT about their property and circumstances.
Funded by Aberdeenshire Council, HEAT provide free home visits where a heating demonstration can be used to make sure clients are getting the benefits out of their heating system.
An advisor can also point out areas of potential energy efficiency improvements as well as assess any dampness or condensation issues.
Changing fuel tariffs or supplier can help householders save significant amount of money in regards to keeping their home warm and advisors can advise on how to go about choosing the best supplier for you and help with any fuel bill concerns.
If anyone is interested but cannot make it along to the advice session, HEAT can be contacted on 0808 129 0888 for advice or to arrange a home visit.