Loft and Cavity Q+A

Why do we check your grant eligibility?

Insulation grants may only be available to UK home owners and private tenants for which there are two types of grant available.

If anyone in the property is in receipt of certain benefits or is over the age of 70 a 100% grant will most likely be available. In all other cases private tenants or home owners are entitled to a grant which covers up to 70% of the cost.

Prices start from £149 for each insulation type in cases where customer contributions are required. These costs will be recovered through savings on your heating bills over a one or two year period.

N.I. is the main way insulation companies check your eligibility.

Why do we need your telephone number?

One of our approved insulation installers will contact you by telephone to arrange the FREE survey, make sure that the property is within the criteria for insulation and to double-check your government grant eligibility.


Why do we need your name & address?

The next step of the application process is for a surveyor to carry out a FREE no-obligation survey of your property. An approved local surveyor needs to contact you so they can arrange a totally FREE survey. This is to make sure that the property is in need of insulation and to double-check that eligibility is available on the government grant scheme.


Why do we need your email address?

Your email address is not required but we do send a confirmation email following the application. An email address also serves as a useful backup in case we are unable to reach you by telephone. As with all your contact details, your email address will only be used for the purpose of the application.
How do I claim the grant?

If the property is suitable and you are willing to go ahead, one of our approved installers will carry out the work and then claim the grant on your behalf.


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