Are you eligible for a FREE grant?

Many UK homes, those built more than 20 years ago, are eligible for free or cheap energy efficiency home improvement grants.

Was your home built from 1925 to 1995?

If so, then you should qualify for free or subsidised cavity wall insulation.

Even if you don't qualify for cavity wall insulation, or don't need it, you can still claim for loft insulation.

 

 

Are you in a priority group for a FREE grant?    

     Are you a pensioner?

     Do you receive benefits?

     Do you receive tax credits?

If so, then you may be entitled to FREE home improvement grants for loft insulation and cavity wall insulation, energy efficiency home improvements that will keep you and your family warm through the cold winter months - and save you money on your energy bills!

What's involved?

First you will need to apply for a grant, and to make an initial enquiry with us, by simply filling in the ENQUIRY FORM. That will take just a minute of your time, and you are under no obligation to go ahead with any home improvements.

We will assess your circumstances, and then arranage for an accredited home assessor to pop around when it is convenient, to conduct a home survey.

That survey will let both you and us know when you home was built, if it has cavity walls, and if the loft is not sufficiently insulated.

We will then present your claim to an energy provider in your area, and they will carry out the insulation work at your home either for FREE, or at a subsidised rate depending on your circumstances.

The final decision rests with you.

 

 

 What is CERT?

CERT stands for Carbon Emmission Reduction Treaty, and was signed in 2008 by the UK Government.

It is our government's attempt to reduce the national CO2 output, and thereby help with global carbon emmission reduction targets - to help with global warming.

As a result of the treaty, the UK Government has been trying to reduce CO2 levels by making our homes more energy efficient, and providing grant money for energy efficieny improvements in older UK homes.

That means loft and cavity wall insulation to reduce wasted heat in our homes, and therefore wasted energy bills.