We're all being hit with rising energy prices and there's no sign that it's going to get any easier.
While it's not possible to control energy prices, it is possible for you to take steps to become more energy efficient, which will give you a warmer home and lower bills.
There is limited amount of funding available and once it’s been allocated that’s it. These grants are available on a 'first come first served' basis.
That means it’s even more important to claim your free grant as soon as possible.
Most buildings built between 1930 and 1985 were built with un-insulated cavities.
Also, if you've already had your cavity insulation installed, then there's no need to apply again, since cavity insulation can only ever be installed once.
Yes, our non-repayable insulation grant is completely free if you’re a homeowner or a private tenant (council and housing association properties do not qualify for our funding). Regardless of your age, savings or other living arrangements, you won’t pay anything as all the costs are covered by the grant.
If your home was built after 1930, most likely, its external walls are made of two layers with a gap or cavity between them. Cavity wall insulation fills that gap, keeping the warmth in your home and saving you money on your bills.
In an un-insulated home a quarter of your heat is lost through the roof. Insulating your loft or attic is a simple and effective way to save energy and reduce your heating bills
Complete the enquiry form on the right and we will call you back or you can call our UK based call centre, which is open 24 hours, 7 days on 0800 612 1062
We do all the form filling - so don't wait until the insulation grant funding has all gone.
Now that the cold spell has set in and the energy price rises start to pinch, it's time to take action - and stay warm without paying for the privilege.
"Both my partner and myself are in full-time employment and in receipt of no benefits. So, it was a pleasant surprise to have our cavity and loft insulation fitted free of charge. Some things in life are really free. Many thanks."