September is the month when many SuperHomes across the UK open their doors to visitors.
This year, 4 SuperHomes in the Nottingham area will take part. As ever, it's free, and a great chance to talk to the home owners and find out what they did to make their old homes cheaper to heat and more comfortable.
1950's detached SuperHome in West Bridgford, click here.
This 4 bedroom home has negative energy bills following a refurbishment which used the Passivhaus methodology as a guide. It is currently for sale, so September 2015 may be one of the last chances to visit (unless whoever buys it decides to take up the SuperHomes baton).
1890's semi SuperHome in West Bridgford, click here.
One of the first SuperHomes, this home is still ahead of its time, with lower carbon emissions than most modern new builds!
1900's semi SuperHomes in Beeston, click here.
A traditional home with a modern extension, and greatly reduced energy use, bills and carbon emissions as well.
Edwardian SuperHome in Carlton, click here.
This detached home has undergone an extensive refurbishment bringing energy bills, energy use and carbon emissions down below levels seen in many modern houses.