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Green Homes Grant

Get a government grant to improve the energy efficiency of your home

Green Homes Grant

Apply for a government grant of up to £10,000 towards the cost of installing energy efficient improvements to your home if you are a homeowner or residential landlord.

The UK government is offering grants to help towards the cost of installing energy efficient improvements to your home. The grant will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible improvements, up to a maximum government contribution of £5,000, or 100% of the cost of the eligible improvements up to a maximum of £10,000 if a household member is receiving certain benefits
Enviro Estates can offer consulting advice on home improvements for your property. These improvements are split into ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’ measures. You must first look at what energy efficiency improvements you want to make to the property, it is recommended to get 3 quotes from certified installers but you only need 1 quote from a Green Homes Grant registered installer in order to apply for a grant.

What improvements can you get done

Home improvements are split into ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’ measures. The grant must be used for at least 1 primary measure and if you install at least 1 primary measure, you can use the grant to help cover the cost of secondary measures.

Primary measures include insulation such as solid wall insulation, cavity wall insulation, under-floor insulation, loft insulation etc. It also includes low carbon heating measures such as air source heat pump, ground source heat pump and biomass boiler etc.
Secondary measures include things like double or triple glazing windows, hot water tank insulation, energy efficient replacement doors and replacing heating controls etc.

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DISCLAIMER

The information contained here is known to be accurate and correct at the time of writing 6th March 2021. Information was provided by gov.uk