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Do You Qualify for Complimentary Insulation? Did you know that the average home loses about a quarter of its heat through the roof, and a third through the walls?
It's all because so many homes are not properly insulated. Cavity wall and loft insulation are quick fix solutions that can save you a lot of money.
Complete our quick online form to see if you are eligible for a complimentary grant.
Where does the insulation grant funding come from? Insulation grants are just one part of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme. This government initiative is funded by the ‘big six’ energy suppliers.
If you meet the criteria below then apply today while funding is still available.
Homeowner or private tenant Income under £16,010 Receiving qualifying benefits**
Funding towards insulation for low income families.
Complimentary insulation for pensioners.
** Qualifying benefits Child Tax Credits (with income of £16,010 or less) Pension Credit (not the state pension) Working Tax Credit (with income less than £16,010) Income Support Income based Job Seeker's Allowance Income Related Employment Support Allowance (ESA) Universal Credit (monthly income of £1,250 or less)
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