Funding insulation and heating improvements
Installing insulation or upgrading your boiler can make a real difference to the warmth of your home but also help to lower your energy bills. If you are eligible Warm & Safe Wiltshire can make a referral to an installer for insulation and heating improvements and find out if you can receive funding towards it. Currently we can refer to schemes for the following improvements:
Funding for heating improvements for householders who own or are buying their property and who are on a low income.
You may be eligible for funding if:
You live alone and have an income of £25,000
You live with your partner/family and have a household income of under £32,000
You have savings of less than £8,000
The improvements include mains gas, LPG or oil boiler repairs, boiler replacements, heating control improvements and night storage heaters.
The aim of the fund is to help those who have been affected by Covid to stay warm in their homes in the winter months by having a cheaper more effective heating system.
Other items available include:
Emergency heating, an oil-filled radiators whilst waiting for repairs
Top up pre-payment meter vouchers
Caseworker support to help keep the home warm and lower fuel bills
If you have a low income or receive income related benefits get in touch with us today to check if you're eligible for assistance.
If you rent your home from a private landlord you can receive upto 50% towards the cost. Your landlord would need to contribute the rest.
Funding for night storage heaters, solar electric, UPVC external doors, cavity, loft and underfloor insulation for householders who own or are buying their property and who are on a low income.
You may be eligible for funding if you have a household income under £30,000 per year:
The improvements include:
Night storage heaters
Solar electric panels
UPVC external doors where you are replacing wooden doors (also available for park homes)
Cavity wall and loft insulation
Under floor insulation (suspended floors only