There are a lot of offers available for households throughout the UK to help improve the energy efficiency if your home qualifies, from new air source heat pumps to oil and LPG boilers and electric storage heaters.
In this guide we will show you how to grab take advantage of the air source heat pump offer, who can get them and how to apply.
What can you get
A new air source heat pump typically costs £7,000 to £11,000, according to the Energy Saving Trust, so this is a fabulous offer. The offer includes fitting, though there may be an extra cost if an engineer needs to carry out extra work – for example, if it needs moving or you need extra radiators. You will be told about this beforehand.
Who can get it
You are likely to qualify if you are a home owner and your house has a space heating requirement between 15,000kwh and 20,000kwh, your home has double glazing and has loft and cavity insulation. Don’t worry if you do not know the answers, we will organise for a free survey of the property and complete an energy performance certificate (EPC) to check the space heating requirement and ensure your home is suitable for an air source heat pump.
You do not need to be on any state benefits, if you are that is fine too. The funded scheme is open to all home owners.
How do I get a 99% funded air source heat pump
Just complete the form on our website or call us on 01492 588282 and one of our friendly team will be able to organise the survey at a time which is convenient for you.
How much can you save
The Energy Saving Trust say heating accounts for about 60% of what people spend each year on energy bills, so an efficient heating system makes a big difference. How much you can save will depend on what heating system your currently have and the fuel source, for example gas, oil, coal or electric. According to the Energy Saving Trust you could save up to £495 if moving from a gas non-condensing boiler to an air source heat pump