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ECO grants as help from the energy supplier

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a government project; it is also known as ECO grants. It is to provide support in domestic energy. This support improves domestic energy efficiency measures. The measures such as replacement of oil boiler with air source heat pump, replacement of less efficient LPG & gas boilers with new and more energy efficient boilers & electric storage heaters, cavity wall insulation, solid wall insulation, and loft insulation are the key focus. These are the best consideration for lower-income households. Apply Now. A great aid from your energy supplier is the affordable warmth obligation. You must be able to get help from your energy supplier. The aid is concerning energy-saving improvements to your home. It does not matter whether you live in your own individual home or you have an apartment at rent. The thing that matters is how you can improve energy-saving in your house. You can also claim certain benefits from your energy supplier.
Who is eligible?
Homeowners – If you own your house, it must have an energy efficiency rating of D, E, F or G to be eligible and you must also be on qualifying benefits.

Private Rented Sector – If you rent from a private landlord, the house must have an energy efficiency rating of E, F or G to be eligible and you must also be on qualifying benefits. You must have the owner’s permission to do the work. We can arrange a no-obligation, no-cost survey for your property to ascertain which measures can be installed in your home. At the same time, we would gather information from you to help us check with DWP whether you meet the funding criteria. If you qualify, we will be able to advise you on which measures best suit your home. A survey will take around one hour to complete. A great aid from your energy supplier is the affordable warmth obligation. You must be able to get help from your energy supplier. The aid is concerning energy-saving improvements to your home. It does not matter whether you live in your own individual home or you have an apartment at rent. The thing that matters is how you can improve energy-saving in your house. You can also claim certain benefits from your energy supplier.

Home upgrades that could be included

Solid Wall Insulation (Owner Occupiers & Private Rented)

External & Internal

Insulation Measures

Cavity Wall, Loft, Suspended Floor, Room in Roof and Flat Roof Insulation

Heating Measures (Owner Occupiers Only)

Upgrade existing Electric Storage Heater to High Heat Retention Storage Heaters and Non-Condensing Gas Boilers to Energy Efficient Condensing Boilers

Heating Measures (Owner Occupiers & Private Rented )

First Time Central Heating and Heating Controls

Micro Generation (Owner Occupiers & Private Rented)

First Time Central Heating and Heating Controls

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