Green Homes Grant
Green Homes Grant announced!
The Green Homes Grant was announced in July 2020 by chancellor Rishi Sunak to help homeowners make their homes more energy efficient. It is set to launch in September 2020.
With over 10 years’ experience delivering funding for energy efficient improvements, we are well placed to assist you in accessing the grant.
To qualify for funding, you need to install at least one primary measure.
- Low carbon heat – Air source heat pump, ground source heat pump, solar thermal
- Insulation – Solid wall, cavity wall, underfloor, loft, flat roof, room in roof, park home
We are offering a FREE Air Source Heat Pump* for those that qualify from September.
Register your interest now and one of our team will be in touch.
You could also receive funding for one of these secondary improvements up to the amount of funding received for the primary measure.
- Draught proofing
- Windows and doors – Double/triple glazing (where replacing single glazing), secondary glazing (in addition to single glazing), upgrading to energy efficient doors (where replacing doors installed prior to 2002).
- Heating controls and insulation – appliance thermostats, hot water tank thermostats, hot water tank insulation, smart heating controls, zone controls, delayed start thermostat, thermostatic radiator valves.
Effective Heating can help you with:
- Air source heat pump
- Home insulation
- Heating controls
Anyone can receive up to £5000 and in some cases as much as £10,000
Under the scheme, the government will pay at least two-thirds of the cost of home improvements that save energy, up to £5,000. The poorest households will be eligible to receive up to £10,000 towards these improvements. And these poorest homeowners will not have to contribute anything to the cost.
Register your interest now
We can provide customers with a range of qualifying energy efficient improvements. Get yourself ready for the planned launch in September by registering your interest below and one of our team will be in touch.
*You will need to be in receipt of a qualifying benefit and subject to a technical survey.