Free Cavity Wall Insulation and Loft Insulation Government Grants are still available in Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Merthyr Tydfil and throughout South Wales.

And they are not repayable.

IT’S ALL CHANGE AGAIN! 

The Government Home Insulation Grant Scheme has changed again (17/9/18). In some ways it is an improvement over the old scheme, but other aspects have got a whole lot worse.

The Standard Home Insulation Grant that everyone qualified for (even Richard Branson) has been withdrawn.

The Enhanced Home Insulation Grant – which you have to qualify for, has been broadened. Many people who did not qualify for this grant in the past will now qualify.

CAVITY WALL INSULATION

Cavity Wall Insulation is in virtually all cases free. The quality control aspects have improved massively.  Click here to find out more about the free Government Grants for Cavity Wall Insulation.

Loft Insulation is in virtually all cases free. To get all the facts and figures Click here to get the full story about the new Loft Insulation Government Grant scheme.

LOFT INSULATION

FREE BOILER REPLACEMENT & EXTERNAL WALL INSULATION

A NEW TYPE OF GRANT – FLEXIBLE FUNDING

From October 2018 an additional type of Grant is being introduced, but this is only being targeted at certain parts of Wales.

Flexible Funding will be available for the following measures

  • Free Boiler Replacements
  • External Wall Insulation
  • Cavity Wall Insulation
  • Loft Insulation

 

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES (EPC’s)

We carryout domestic EPC’s throughout South Wales at competitive prices. So if you are selling your home or would like to have a home insulation assessment completed, please drop us a line or give us a call on one of the numbers below.

THE GREEN DEAL – AN UPDATE!

The Green Deal was actually a finance mechanism, whereby energy efficiency improvements could be made to your home, through a loan. The loan was then repaid, with interest, through your electricity bill.

The idea was that Energy companies, DIY companies and the like, would invest money into the “Green Deal Finance Company”. But this did not happen, and the Coalition Government funded it.

When the Conservatives came to power in May 2015, they said they would not invest any more money into the scheme. So, the Green Deal still existed, but in practice was unable to operate.

The Green Deal Finance Company was purchased in January 2017 by a private consortium. It should be offering Green Deal Loans through the scheme in the near future. We will keep you updated.