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You could receive up to £30,000+ of energy saving improvements via the ECO4 scheme.

Claim your free grant today.

3 easy steps to become more energy efficient

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You could receive up to £30,000+ of energy saving improvements via the ECO4 scheme.

Claim your free grant today.

3 easy steps to become more energy efficient

Apply now and find out if you qualify

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Lower energy bills are on their way

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you qualify

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TrustMark installer

Lower energy bills are on

their way

The UK Government scheme has been featured in national media

ECO Funding Partners – Part of the Energy Company Obligation Scheme

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Services

BILL

REVIEW

EPC

SURVEYS

RETROFIT SURVEYS

GRANT APPLICATIONS

Heating Grants Available

A+ Rated

Combi Boiler

Dimplex Quantum & Solar PV

Air Source Heat Pump & Solar PV

First Time

Central Heating

HOME OWNERS ONLY

HOME OWNERS AND TENANTS

HOME OWNERS AND TENANTS

HOMES WITH BACK BOILERS

HOMES WITH WARM AIR BOILERS

HOMES WITH ELECTRIC HEATING

HOMES WITH OIL HEATING

HOMES WITH ELECTRIC

HOMES WITH NO MAIN HEATING

NON-CONDENSING BOILERS

CONDENSING BOILERS BELOW 87%

HOMES WITH LPG HEATING

HOMES WITH NON-CONDENSING

HOMES WITH

GAS ROOM HEATERS

All Available Grants Are Subject To A Survey*

Installation Grants Available

EXTERNAL WALL

INSULATION

INTERNAL WALL INSULATION

ROOM IN ROOF INSULATION

LOFT INSULATION

FLAT ROOF INSULATION

EXTERNAL WALL

INSULATION

CAVITY WALL INSULATION

ADEQUATE VENTILATION

WHO QUALIFIES

Is someone in the household receiving any of the following benefits:

Qualifying Allowances:

• Income Support (SA)

• Income based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA)

• Income related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

Qualifying Credits

• Universal Credit (UC)

• Child Tax Credits (CTC)

• Working Tax Credit (WTC)

• Pension Credit Guarantee Credit

• Pension Credit Savings Credit (new!)

Qualifying Benefits:

• Housing Benefit (new!)

• Child Benefit

Number of Children Single Claimant Couples
1 £19,900 £27,500
2 £24,800 £32,300
3 £29,600 £37,200
4+ £34,500 £42,000

Qualifying Rebates:

*Child Benefit income threshold to qualify to receive ECO4 fund

• Warm Home Discount Rebate

• Warm Home Discount Rebate

OR

Do you live in the following areas and meet the qualifying criteria:

Qualifying Income:

Household income MUST be below £31,000 per year

Qualifying Income Proof:

Two forms of income proof will need to be provided to prove income is below the threshold, along with a signed flex application.

P45/P60

• Annual tax statements

• Last 3 months wage slips

Last 3 months bank statements

• Council tax letter to prove occupancy

Qualifying Health Issues:

Someone in the household suffers from:

• A cardiovascular condition

A raspatory disease

• Limited mobility

Immunosuppression

Qualifying Proof:

We provide you with a letter to be signed by your GP. Once this is signed your application can be processed.

Energy Performance Certificate

All Commercial properties require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) when being sold or let.

Certificates are valid for 10 years but ideally should be renewed if any alterations are undertaken to a property.

Properties with the best ratings are more attractive to any potential tenants or buyers, as they are cheaper to run.

We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of assessment that comes our way.

Energy Saving Surveys offer both level 3 and 4 commercial assessments on all building types. 

There are Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) that buildings must meet before they can be leased.

Should your rating fall below the minimum requirements, then our surveyors will be able to help guide you through the process to gain compliance with the new regulations.

Services

BILL REVIEW

EPC SURVEYS

RETROFIT

SURVEYS

GRANT

APPLICATIONS

HEATING GRANTS

AVAILABLE

A+ RATED COMBI

BOILER

HOME OWNERS ONLY

HOMES WITH

BACK BOILERS

HOMES WITH WARM AIR BOILERS

NON-CONDENSING BOILERS

CONDENSING BOILERS BELOW 87%

A+ RATED COMBI BOILER &

CENTRAL HEATING

HOME OWNERS & TENANTS

HOMES WITH

ELECTRIC HEATING

HOMES WITH

NO MAIN HEATING

HOMES WITH GAS

ROOM HEATERS

DIMPLEX QUANTUM &

SOLAR PV

HOME OWNERS ONLY

HOMES WITH

ELECTRIC HEATING

HOMES WITH

OIL HEATING

HOMES WITH

LPG HEATING

HOMES WITH NON-

CONDESENDING BOILERS

A+ Rated

Combi Boiler

HOME OWNERS & TENANTS

HOMES WITH

ELECTRIC HEATING

HOMES WITH

OIL HEATING

HOMES WITH

LPG HEATING

HOMES WITH NON-

CONDESENDING BOILERS

All Available Grants Are Subject To A Survey*

Installation Grants Available

EXTERNAL WALL

INSULATION

INTERNAL WALL

INSULATION

ROOM IN ROOF INSULATION

LOFT

INSULATION

FLAT ROOF

INSULATION

UNDERFLOOR

INSULATION

CAVITY WALL

INSULATION

ADEQUATE

VENTILATION

WHO QUALIFIES

Affordable Warmth

Scheme

Qualifying Allowances:

• Income Support (SA)

• Income based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA)

• Income related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

Qualifying Credits

• Universal Credit (UC)

• Child Tax Credits (CTC)

• Working Tax Credit (WTC)

• Pension Credit Guarantee Credit

• Pension Credit Savings Credit (new!)

Qualifying Rebates:

• Warm Home Discount Rebate

Qualifying Benefits:

• Housing Benefit (new!)

• Child Benefit

*Child Benefit income threshold to qualify to receive ECO4 fund

Number of Children Single Claimant Couples
1 £19,900 £27,500
2 £24,800 £32,300
3 £29,600 £37,200
4+ £34,500 £42,000

Affordable Warmth

Scheme

Qualifying Income:

Household income MUST be below £31,000 per year

Qualifying Income Proof:

Two forms of income proof will need to be provided to prove income is below the threshold, along with a signed flex application.

P45/P60

• Annual tax statements

• Last 3 months wage slips

Last 3 months bank statements

• Council tax letter to prove occupancy

Qualifying Health Issues:

Someone in the household suffers from:

• A cardiovascular condition

A raspatory disease

• Limited mobility

Immunosuppression

Qualifying Proof:

We provide you with a letter to be signed by your GP. Once this is signed your application can be processed.

WHO WE HELP

HOMEOWNERS

TENANTS

LANDLORDS

LETTING AGENTS

Landlords unintentionally letting out energy inefficient properties illegally

New research suggests an estimated 2.5m energy performance certificates have been ‘inaccurately rated’ More information here

In addition, we are finding more landlords could unintentionally rent out their properties, opening them up to the risk of fines of thousands of pounds through no fault of their own. Many Domestic Energy Assessors work with assumptions when completing an EPC report. They are not allowed to drill walls, access some lofts, or take plug sockets off to record if any insulation is present.

So if your property is rated D or E now and the current EPC is full of assumptions to get it there, this could be a big issue.

This is important for landlords who rent out properties heated with electric as many fall short of the minimum E rating that’s needed now. As a result, energy saving measures will need to implemented now for these properties to reach D or C standards in the future.

Measuring accurately the energy efficiency of buildings is essential in limiting their environmental impact and tackling climate change issues. If tenants are moving into properties with inaccurate figures for energy costs, this also could present serious challenges and risks to landlords and managing agents.

As you may be aware it is illegal to let or renew the lease of a property that does not meet the Minimum Energy Efficient Standards (MEES) as of 1st April 2018. More information here

Previously the Government has declared their proposals to raise the standards further, lifting the bands to Band D by 2025, and Band C by 2030. More information here

EPC’s – Did you know?

Mortgage lenders are now looking at EPC ratings on buy to let & let to buy mortgages, if your EPC rating isn’t at the legal requirement your lender may refuse a mortgage. Councils have now been tasked to actively target landlords letting properties out which don’t meet minimum requirements. In 2025 the fine for not complying to the minimum EPC regulations to being raised from £5,000 to £30,000. More info
here

FREE Government Grants for Tenants and Homeowners

Nationwide Coverage

Accredited and Award Winning Services

Trusted & Highly Trained Installers

Landlords unintentionally letting out energy inefficient properties illegally

AS SEEN ON

These grants are advertised on a range of leading websites including Which?, Money Saving Expert, entitledto and from the Government’s gov.uk page.

FAQ

You might be thinking...

Who governs the scheme?

The whole process is overseen by
Ofgem (Office of Gas and Electric Markets).
Ofgem is a non-ministerial government department and an independent national regulatory authority. Their objective is to protect the interest of the consumers and is responsible for delivering and regulating government schemes, such as this one.

Who pays for the funding?

We are a national energy saving solution company partnered with a network of energy saving experts. We can help you access all the latest funding to reduce your bills, save energy and carbon emissions. In addition, we help you to achieve new energy efficiency standards by accessing up to 100% free Government funding.

Common misconceptions

“I’m in a rented property, it’s the landlords responsibility”

– Untrue. Both homeowners AND tenants qualify for this scheme to help lower your energy bills and stay warmer.

“I’m not on benefits so I don’t qualify”

– Not always the case. Qualifying criteria can be based on income level, household composition, vulnerability or high heating costs.

“There’s no such thing as a free lunch”

– Grants are not a loan, you won’t have to pay anything back and there are no complicated terms & conditions.

WHO WE HELP

HOME OWNERS

TENNANTS

LANDLORDS

LETTING AGENTS

Landlords unintentionally letting out energy inefficient properties illegally

New research suggests an estimated 2.5m energy performance certificates have been ‘inaccurately rated’ More information

here

In addition, we are finding more landlords could unintentionally rent out their properties, opening them up to the risk of fines of thousands of pounds through no fault of their own. Many Domestic Energy Assessors work with assumptions when completing an EPC report. They are not allowed to drill walls, access some lofts, or take plug sockets off to record if any insulation is present.

So if your property is rated D or E now and the current EPC is full of assumptions to get it there, this could be a big issue.

This is important for landlords who rent out properties heated with electric as many fall short of the minimum E rating that’s needed now. As a result, energy saving measures will need to implemented now for these properties to reach D or C standards in the future.

Measuring accurately the energy efficiency of buildings is essential in limiting their environmental impact and tackling climate change issues. If tenants are moving into properties with inaccurate figures for energy costs, this also could present serious challenges and risks to landlords and managing agents.

As you may be aware it is illegal to let or renew the lease of a property that does not meet the Minimum Energy Efficient Standards (MEES) as of 1st April 2018. More information here

Previously the Government has declared their proposals to raise the standards further, lifting the bands to Band D by 20Button25, and Band C by 2030. More information here

EPC’s – Did you know?

Mortgage lenders are now looking at EPC ratings on buy to let & let to buy mortgages, if your EPC rating isn’t at the legal requirement your lender may refuse a mortgage. Councils have now been tasked to actively target landlords letting properties out which don’t meet minimum requirements. In 2025 the fine for not complying to the minimum EPC regulations to being raised from £5,000 to £30,000. More info
here

FREE Government Grants for Tenants and Homeowners

Nationwide Coverage