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Apply for an air source heat pump

Check your eligibility for the Warmer Homes programme

You may qualify for the funding if the following statements apply: 

  • Your home has an EPC rating of E, F or G

And either: 

You have a total household annual income of £31,000 or less (before housing costs/bills) 


You receive any of the means-tested benefits below:

  • Child benefit

  • Child Tax Credit

  • Housing Benefit

  • Jobseekers Allowance

  • Income related Employment and Support Allowance

  • Income Support

  • Pension Credit Guarantee

  • Pensions Credit Savings Credit

  • Universal Credit

  • Working Tax Credit

Child benefit income and household threshold:

If you're a homeowner and you qualify from one of the above, then you're likely to be eligible if you heat your home using one of the following:

  • electric storage heaters

  • room heaters

  • open fires

  • electric warm air system

  • electric underfloor or ceiling heating (not connected to an electric boiler)

  • oil boiler

  • LPG boiler

  • electric boiler

  • solid fuel boiler

(Please note existing Oil or LPG Boilers need to be 5 years old or more, we would also require proof)

If you're a private tenant


If you meet the criteria above you may also be eligible for the scheme. We will also need to secure your landlord's permission AND they may need to make a financial contribution towards the scheme.


Please register your interest and we can discuss it further with you.

If the above statements apply to you then please apply now or call the Warmer Homes team (Freephone) on: 0800 038 5737. 


This programme is available to owner occupiers and private rental tenants only. Please do not apply if you are a local authority or housing association tenant, as your application will not be accepted. 

If you're not eligible through the criteria above, you may still qualify through ECO4 flexible eligibility. You could meet the criteria through one of the routes below:

  • Household combined income: Household combined income: Households living in a SAP band rated D, E, F or G home, with a combined gross income from all sources under £31,000. ​

  • NHS referal: Households living in band D, E, F or G homes and identified as suffering from a severe and /or long-term health condition that could be severely impacted by living in a cold home. 

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Apply for an air source heat pump

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