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Heating Grants -We Have The Best In The Uk

Heating Grants -We Have The Best In The Uk

Heating Grants -We Have The Best In The Uk

7 Top Reasons To Apply For A Heating Grant

Heating Grants

Heating Grants

There’s lots of free cash available from the Government in the way of grants that will help to increase to your home’s energy efficiency & pay your energy bills.

There are also other grants to help improve your standard of living too particularly if you are disabled or surviving on Low Income Benefits.

This blog will help you to apply for lots of home improvement grants too


7 Top Reasons To Apply For A Heating Grant


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1.There Is No Catch For Our Heating Grants– We Guarantee it !

You will either Qualify for a grant or  you wont.

2.If Your Application Is Accepted  Your Heating Grant Is 100% FREE

You will not be asked to repay it in the future too

3. You Will Reduce Your Energy Bills By Up To £300 Per Year

With rising energy prices year on year, you need to take action at keeping your energy bills to a minimum.

4. You Will Add Lots Of Value To Your Home!

New insulation & heating is a good selling point when you come to sell your home.

There are thousands of £ worth of free heating & insulation.

5 – You will improve your Home  EPC Rating

The Government is considering charging council tax based on how efficient their home is. A Efficient home  will enable you to cheaper council tax in the future.

6. All heating & Insulation upgrades usually come with a 5 Year Warranty

You will  not need to pay any expensive £20 -£30 a month warranty plans for your boiler or other heating upgrade.

Any plan in place prior to fitting your free heating can be cancelled saving you up to £300 per year.

7. You Will Enjoy a Better Standard Of Life

Most people report a greater enjoyment of their home after having home improvements to their heating and insulation. Increased comfort levels in the winter will definitely help you through the winter months.


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Why Apply For A Warm Front Heating Grant ?

✅ There Is No Catch – We Guarantee it !

✅ If Your Application Is Accepted Your Grant Is 100% FREE

✅ You Will Reduce Your Energy Bills By Up To £300 Per Year

✅ You Will Add Lots Of Value To Your Home

✅ The Scheme Has Limited Funding – Ends Soon





No Benefits- Can I Get A Heating Grant

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No Benefits- Can I Get A Heating Grant

Yes Yes Yes !

LAD / LA Flex Scheme  is available.

If you are on a low income ( usually below £30 k per household ) you may be eligible to apply for the Warm Front Heating Grant that are usually 100% FREE.

This new scheme called LA Flex / LAD  Scheme is what you need to know all about as you could benefit from it quite significantly.

Read on for more info.


Benefits Checker  – Try Here First

You may be missing out on benefits you are entitled to.

Please  do a benefits check with the free tool below as claiming benefits is the easiest and quickest  way to apply for grants.

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What Is Eco?

This is a government obligation on all UK energy suppliers that is aimed at helping low income  households cut their energy bills and reduce carbon emissions by installing various energy saving measures.

It is paid for by the green levy that has been added to all UK energy bills which equates to around £28 per year.

This  flexible approach to identifying eligible households to become eligible for grants  was introduced in April 2017 and is known as “Local Authority Eligibility Flexibility” shortened to LAD / LA Flex Scheme

The flexibility arises because all  Local Authorities are now able to define the eligible households living in, or at risk of fuel poverty  via their own criteria.


What is the LAD / LA Flex Scheme

La Flex is part of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) that has been especially set up to help people not on means tested benefits apply for various heating and insulation grants.

These people will be on a low income and be classed as in fuel poverty but otherwise would be barred from applying for the Eco 4 Scheme.

There are two main categories of eligibility for the LAD / LA Flex Scheme

  • Fuel poor households, especially those on low income and not in receipt of ECO eligible benefits; and
  • Low-income households that are vulnerable to the effects of living in a cold home

With LA Flex it’s targeted towards those on low income but not on benefits and those in situations in life where living in a cold home could make things worse.

This would include the elderly, pregnant women or those with a young child  and those with medical conditions that are worsened by cold environments.




What Is The Criteria For A LAD / LA Flex Scheme

Each council has their own criteria but usually your household income needs to be below £30000 and :

  • You have an existing health condition.
  • You are over 60
  • You live in a fuel poverty postcode

Each Local Authority can set their own criteria that proves residents are either living in fuel poverty or are on low income and vulnerable to living in a cold home.


Do All Councils Offer This La Flex Scheme?

Unfortunately Not.

Not all councils have a scheme for non benefits claimants.

Probably 60% of the UK is not covered by  the LAD / LA Flex Scheme so we will be unable to process many enquiries.

Usually if you are not on benefits and have applied over 7 days ago and not heard back…………….you probable have not been successful.

We keep your details anyway on file in case things change in the future.

We will not sell your data on in line with our privacy policy.


Not Sure If You Qualify?

We advise you apply for a grant as you may be sucessful.

It takes only 2 minutes for you to fill in an application form and we will contact you if you are eligible.


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Cost of Living Payment

This Cost Of Living Payment will be open to the whole of the UK

The cost of living payment  is especially for those on a low income or claiming benefits.

Disabled people will get an extra £150.


 Warm Home Discount

The Warm Home Discount Scheme  is a government grant scheme that will  save you £140 off your energy bills during the cold winter months.

With fuel prices increasing by up to 50% this year, this will be very welcome.

This blog is to inform who is eligible for this discount and how you apply.

How To Apply For Warm Home Discount

0800 731 0214


Cold Weather Payment

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The Cold Weather Payment is a winter fuel allowance granted by the government to those who meet the qualifying criteria.

If you’re eligible, you could be due a payment of £25 every time the average temperature in your area hits zero degrees celsius or below, for seven or more consecutive days between 1st November and 31st March.




Winter Fuel Payment.

The Winter Fuel Payment was introduced in 1997 and is an annual tax-free heating allowance of between £100 and £300 made to those over pensionable age who may require assistance with their heating costs during the winter.

The winter fuel allowance is not means-tested, which means you can still qualify if you’re working or claiming benefits.

The payment  is usually credited to your electricity bill by your supplier, or you will receive a voucher to redeem if you’re a pay-as-you-go customer.

The Warm Home Discount  payment may be able to split the credit between electricity and gas.


Pensioner Cost of Living Support

In the winter months pensioners can get between £100 and £300 to help pay heating bills.

This winter, they will also receive an extra one-off £300 Pensioner Cost of Living Payment, which will be paid as an automatic top-up to the Winter Fuel Payment.

Check if you’re eligible for the Winter Fuel Payment


Disability Cost of Living Payment

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Individuals on disability benefits will receive a one-off £150 payment in September to help with extra costs, such as for specialist equipment or transport.

This is in addition to the £650 Cost of Living Payment for disabled people who also receive means tested benefits.

Check if you’re eligible for the Disability Cost of Living Payment

Council Tax rebate

If you live in Council Tax bands A to D in England you’ll get £150 back from your Council Tax bill (4 out of 5 households in England).

For most people the rebate is automatic, however if you don’t pay your Council Tax by direct debit then get in touch with your Council.

More information on the Council Tax rebate


 Household Support Fund

£1.5 billion has been made available to support the most vulnerable to cover their essential daily costs, like energy bills. Recipients include pensioners and families with children.

Contact your local Council to check if you’re eligible for the Household Support Fund


Help paying your Water Bill

Many water companies run hardship schemes or fund independent charitable trusts which can help you pay your bills.

Get support paying your Water Bill


 Get help with all or part of your rent

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You may get help with all or part of your rent.

There’s no set amount of housing costs support and what you get will depend on whether you rent privately or from a council or housing association.

Use a benefits calculator to find out if you can get benefits to help pay your rent


Housing benefit

Housing Benefit can help you pay your rent if you are state pension age or you’re in supported, sheltered or temporary accommodation

Check if you are eligible for Housing Benefit 


Support for additional housing costs

You may be able to get support for additional housing costs if you’re already claiming Housing Benefit.

Contact your local Council to find out what support you can get


 Council Tax support schemes

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Councils run support schemes to help people on low incomes with their Council Tax bill.

Contact your local Council to find out what support is available


Discretionary Housing Payments

If you are on certain benefits you may be eligible for Discretionary Housing Payments which provide financial support to help with rent or housing costs.

Check if you’re eligible for a discretionary housing payment



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