Free Central Heating Wolverhampton, Grants Available apply here
Free Central Heating Wolverhampton; You can now get Free Central Heating in the Wolverhampton area under a new central government scheme.
New Grants and Schemes Available?
There are now grant schemes available for “First-Time Central Heating” under new schemes, someone in the property no longer necessarily needs to be receiving benefits to qualify.
Discretionary schemes can enable households with young children, residents over a certain age, with serious or deteriorating health conditions, or those on a limited income to qualify without the need to be actually receiving any benefits.
Grants now can cover 100% of the cost for many properties, contact us for easy and direct access to the schemes and the approved and registered installers in your area.
The new schemes available can include the following improvements;
First Time Central Heating
You can now get a grant and get a free high-efficiency central heating system for your home.
Installation of your new central heating system could be carried out within just 24 – 72 hours in emergency cases or where you are without heat or hot water.
Please note; New central heating grants are only available where the property has no existing central heating system, it is classified as “First Time Central Heating”. You may qualify if your existing heating is currently “electric” or “electric storage heating”.
A new central heating system for your home will make it warmer and can also be significantly cheaper to run than old or alternative systems or ways of heating your home. The grants never have to be repaid, it can also significantly increase the value of your home as well as help the government achieve its target of reducing the carbon emissions that are emitted from poorly heated and insulated homes.
The central heating system must be installed by a Gas Safe installer who is TrustMark registered under the new scheme. Your new central heating system will usually be installed totally free following changes to the previous scheme.
Please note; Some applicants may only receive a partial grant towards the overall cost, this may apply to certain property types or for non-standard installations.
Free Central Heating Wolverhampton; Answers to Commonly Asked Questions
What type of Free Central Heating can I get?
Under the schemes you can get a choice of central heating systems, the type of system may depend upon whether you have mains gas available or not.
Do I get a choice of system manufacturer or installer?
Yes, you can choose the type as well as choose a preferred manufacturer and installer if you have one.
All installations are carried out using trade registered and approved installers authorised to carry out installation under the scheme, we can provide details of approved installers in your area.
Will it be installed totally free?
Under the new scheme, you should not have to pay for the work for most “typical” systems. The amount of grant you can get is based on the type of property you live in and its energy efficiency as well as the amount of work involved, the cost of the work can vary in certain circumstances. Even larger 5 or 6-bedroomed properties could still get totally free new heating systems installed.
It’s an emergency, how long does it take?
We can usually confirm your eligibility and tell you how much you could get immediately, surveys can also be carried out either remotely or by fully observing any social distancing requirements.
Written approval and confirmation of your grant could also be provided the same day or within 24 – 72 hours of you contacting us.
What’s the best way to get proper advice or apply if the property is in or around the Wolverhampton area.
Contact us initially by completing the enquiry form, we can also call you back at a convenient time and are available during extended working hours, contact us now.
About the schemes – Free Central Heating Wolverhampton;
The schemes are a central government initiative and are primarily designed to help keep us warm and to reduce carbon emissions that are produced when we heat our homes.
The government has committed to reducing the UK’s total carbon emissions under ambitious targets and is looking to be one of the first countries in the world to achieve net-zero carbon emissions.
Reducing pollution and carbon emissions has had cross-party political support for many years with subsequent governments increasing the overall commitment to current and new schemes and continuing to increase the funding levels available.