• What is The Green Home Grant Scheme?

    What Is The Green Home Grant Scheme?

    The Green Home Grant Scheme is available to anyone in the U.K that is a homeowner or residential landlord and offers funding towards making your home more energy-efficient. Having a more energy-efficient home comes with benefits, not only will you reduce your energy bills, but you’ll also reduce the carbon emissions created by your heating.

    What Is The Green Home Grant Scheme?

    The Green Home Grant Scheme is available to anyone in the U.K that is a homeowner or residential landlord and offers funding towards making your home more energy-efficient. Having a more energy-efficient home comes with benefits, not only will you reduce your energy bills, but you’ll also reduce the carbon emissions created by your heating.

    What’s Included In The Green Home Grant Scheme?

    Covers up to a ⅓ of your energy home improvements

    (Covers up to 100% of the cost for residents that receive financial support).

    Up to £5,000 contribution

    (Covers up to £10,000 for households for residents that receive financial support).

    Covers labour, VAT and materials

    Covers up to a ⅓ of your energy home improvements

    (Covers up to 100% of the cost for residents that receive financial support).

    Up to £5,000 contribution

    (Covers up to £10,000 for households for residents that receive financial support).

    Covers labour, VAT and materials

    Who's Eligible?

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    Contributions must go towards home insulation or installing low-carbon heating.

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    You can add a secondary measure to your improvements such as draft proofing, double/triple glazing for your windows, heating controls/insulation and energy-efficient doors.

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     You’re a homeowner, you own park home on a residential site or you’re a landlord who owns a property which is privately rented or social rented.

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    Contributions must go towards home insulation or installing low-carbon heating.

     

    You can add a secondary measure to your improvements such as draft proofing, double/triple glazing for your windows, heating controls/insulation and energy-efficient doors.

     You’re a homeowner, you own park home on a residential site or you’re a landlord who owns a property which is privately rented or social rented.

    How To Join The Scheme?

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    Decide what improvements you need.

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    Get quotes from a range of certified installers for all improvements (one has to be certified with the Green Home Grant Scheme.

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    Provide your quote when you register to the scheme.

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    You will receive a voucher for each improvement (e.g 1 voucher for  low carbon heat and 1 voucher for double glazing).

    Once the voucher has arrived, the installer can begin work.

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    The installer will need to give you a dated copy of your invoice per installation, a certification of energy efficiency improvements measures, a guarantee document, MCS certificate and manufacturer instructions, plus a Biomass Supplier List.

    When your voucher is accepted the grant will be paid directly to the installer.

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    Decide what improvements you need.

    Get quotes from a range of certified installers for all improvements (one has to be certified with the Green Home Grant Scheme.

    Provide your quote when you register to the scheme.

    You will receive a voucher for each improvement (e.g 1 voucher for  low carbon heat and 1 voucher for double glazing).

    Once the voucher has arrived, the installer can begin work.

    The installer will need to give you a dated copy of your invoice per installation, a certification of energy efficiency improvements measures, a guarantee document, MCS certificate and manufacturer instructions, plus a Biomass Supplier List.

    When your voucher is accepted the grant will be paid directly to the installer.

    Want more information on The Green Home Grant Scheme?

    If the Green Home Grant Scheme isn’t for you, you can still reduce your carbon emissions caused by you’re heating. Read more >

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