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On-Gas Homes

Funding for on-Gas Homes

The Warmer Homes programme provides funding for homes not heated by mains gas, however we are able to provide fully funded measures for homes heated by mains gas (on-gas) through our other programme, the Connected for Warmth Insulation Scheme.

 

The Connected for Warmth Insulation Scheme is an award-winning energy efficiency programme managed by AgilityEco in partnership with Affordable Warmth Solutions. This programme is fully funded.

What measures are available

The Connected for Warmth Insulation Scheme offers the below fully-funded energy efficiency measures:

Cavity Wall Insulation

If your home has cavity walls (common if built after 1935),

then we may be able to insulate your walls.

If you currently have less than 200mm (7.5 inches) of loft insulation, then we may be able to top this up.

Loft Insulation

Heating Controls

If you have old analogue heating controls, we may be able to install

a smart thermostat (alongside your cavity wall or loft insulation).

Are you eligible?

Funding  is available to homeowners and privately rented properties, and is subject to availability and technical feasibility.

​If you meet the following criteria, please apply using the form below:

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Your home is in Council Tax Bands A, B, C or D

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Your home has an EPC rating of D, E, F or G (you can check your home’s EPC rating

Apply Now

 

To apply for the Connected for Warmth insulation scheme please fill in the form below. We will review your application and get back to you as soon as we can.

 

If you are completing the form on behalf of someone else, please use their details. If you have any queries about the scheme or the application form please get in touch at insulation@connectedforwarmth.org.uk or call our team on

0800 107 8576.

Park Homes: Please note we are currently oversubscribed for applications from Park Homes. If you are applying for funding for your Park Home, we will not be able to accept your application.

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