Funding

For Efficiency Boiler Funding

Under the Governments ECO3 Scheme in 2020, qualifying home owners could have their old in-efficient boilers replaced completely free of charge, or heavily subsidised. If you qualify, we can arrange a member of our ECO team to contact you to complete the installation of your new boiler. This service is free to use.

Free, and heavily subsidised replacement boilers are available via ECO, a Government Scheme which has been set up to help low-income households access home efficiency improvements to reduce the cost of heating their homes, and to reduce their carbon footprints. If you meet the benefits related criteria, and your current boiler is at least 5 years old (not condensing) or your current boiler is 8 years old (condensing) and faulty. As long the repair cost is greater than you could qualify. It’s as simple as that.

Boiler Grants are non-repayable, this means you do not have to pay any money back at any time. There are no complicated terms and conditions. If you qualify for a grant, you can have a new boiler installed along with new heating controls (where necessary). The amount of funding you get is determined by the efficiency of your home, so an energy assessment will be carried out free of charge. In some instances a small contribution may be required.

For Efficiency Boiler Funding

the following benefits qualify

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Child Tax Credit

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Working Tax Credit

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Universal Credit

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Pension Guarantee Credit (not eligible if the customer only claims Pension Savings Credit)

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Income Support

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Income-based Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)

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Income-related Employment & Support Allowance (ESA)

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Disability Living Allowance

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Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

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Attendance Allowance

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Carer’s Allowance

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Severe Disablement Allowance

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Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefits

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War Pensions Mobility Supplement

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Constant Attendance Allowance

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Armed Forces Independence Payment

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Child Benefit