If you heat your home with electric storage heaters, electric panel heaters, coal or wood – you may be able to receive a grant to change to a central heating system that takes advantage of an energy efficient boiler and heaters.

What is a central heating system?

Central heating is the most common form of household heating – approximately 96% of homes have a central heating system. They provide warmth by circulating hot water to radiators, which are usually placed in each room.

What funding is available?

The latest government grants can cover energy saving measures up to a cost of £20,000 to treat your property and reduce your energy consumption.

It’s easy to apply if you receive qualifying benefits, but you may be eligible to receive help even if you don’t.

Fill out our form to the right and we’ll check your eligibility.

Reduced energy consumption isn’t the only advantage to switching to a central heating system.

  • A central heating system makes it much easier to maintain a consistent temperature throughout your home when compared to electric heaters.
  • A modern central heating system can improve the value of your home, as well as making it easier to sell.
  • Most central heating systems are compatible with smart thermostats, which makes it easy to control the temperature of your home when you’re away.

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