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If you’re considering a boiler replacement in the UK, there’s good news! It may come with an extra benefit that is free loft insulation.

The UK government offers grants and incentives to encourage homeowners to switch to more energy efficient heating systems. These grants aim to reduce carbon emissions, lower energy bills, and improve the overall energy efficiency of homes.

The most prominent of these grants is the ECO (Energy Company Obligation) scheme. This initiative obligates major energy suppliers to fund energy-saving measures in households. Under the ECO scheme, you may be eligible for a free or heavily subsidized boiler replacement if your current boiler is inefficient or in poor condition.

Why Loft Insulation?

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If your home EPC is too low, and you have heat leakage issues and have low income, you can be eligible for the insulation grant under the ECO4 scheme. Moreover, GBIS also gives opportunity to those who couldn’t get the insulation grant under the ECO4 scheme.

No, GBIS does not require people to claim any government benefits.

You can get insulation grants through the Great British Insulation Scheme (GBIS) without claiming any government benefit.

Households that are not eligible under the ECO4 scheme but come under the council tax band from A to E in Wales are eligible for loft insulation grant.

Depends on material type and size of insulation area, its cost ranges from £10 per m2 to £50 per m2.

Spray foam insulation keeps heat in the loft better than any other type. An insulation grant might be able to help you for the loft insulation with the best type of insulation.

Under the general group of the insulation grant, social housing is not eligible. However, under the low-income group, social housing is eligible with EPC/SAP rating of E, F or G. 

Additionally, other domestic properties within the council tax band from A to D (including E in Scotland and Wales) are eligible. Moreover, properties within the SAP band of EPC/SAP rating from D to G where the owner is occupant is eligible. And, properties with a private renter occupant with EPC/SAP rating from D or E are eligible for home insulation grant under GBIS.

If you are in the general group, you must have a council tax band from A to D (and E in Scotland and Wales). If you fall under the low-income group, your property should have an EPC/SAP rating of D, E, F or G if the owner is living in the property. If it is privately rented, then the EPC/SAP band has to be either D or E.

Even if you are not on government benefits, you can be eligible for loft insulation grant if your property is under the council tax band of A, B, C or D (also E for Scotland and Wales).

Otherwise, a low-income group should have an EPC/SAP rating of D, E, F or G, if the owner is the occupant of the property. If it is privately rented, then the EPC/SAP rating of D or E are eligible.

The loft insulation grant saves not only your installation cost but also adds £350 on average every year to your budget by reducing your energy consumption.

If you are not eligible for the loft insulation under the ECO4 scheme, you can be eligible for the insulation under the GBIS. You don’t need to be a recipient of the government benefits. All you need is that your property should be situated within the council tax band of A, B, C, or D (also included  E for Scotland and Wales).

In order to qualify for the ECO4 scheme, your property must have an EPC rating of below D. Otherwise, your home is considered as energy efficient and there is no need for a heating upgrade according to the scheme. Read more about epc rating calculator.

Yes, pensioners do qualify if their property is located in the eligible area. Under the general group, the property should be within the council tax band of A to D (including E in Scotland and Wales). And it has a EPC/SAP rating of D, E, F or G if the pensioner is the owner of the property. Otherwise, if the pensioner is the private tenant, it should have an EPC/SAP rating of D or E. Social housing is not eligible.

Under the low-income group, the property should have an EPC/SAP rating of D, E, F or G if the pensioner is the owner and living in the property. Otherwise, for private renters, the rating should be D or E. Also, social housing having EPC/SAP E, F or G are eligible under the low-income group.

Under the Great British INsulation Scheme, you can apply for loft insulation and cavity wall insulation for free.

The insulation grant helps you cover the whole or partial installation cost that may vary between £1500 to £5000 or even more depending on various factors. Moreover, you can save £350 every year in terms of reduction in your energy bills.

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