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What Is The Green Homes Grant?

The Government announced a new Green Homes Grant in the summer, providing around 650,000 homeowners with more energy efficiency measures, which will support over 100,000 jobs in green construction.

The Vouchers will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible improvements, up to a maximum government contribution of £5,000. If you, or someone in your household, receive certain benefits you may be eligible for a voucher covering 100% of the cost of the improvements. The maximum value of the voucher is £10,000.

You must redeem the voucher and ensure improvements are completed by 31 March 2022.

How Much Can You Save?

Utilising the vouchers could help your family make an average annual saving of up to £600 on your energy bills, according to the Treasury. You could also reduce your carbon footprint by 700kg of carbon emissions per year.

These savings can be notably beneficial for homeowners, especially following new research from Nationwide in January which revealed some households could be wasting as much as £27.50 a month, or £330 a year, because of inefficient heating and poor insulation.

Investing in an Heat Pump will not only save you money on your monthly utility bills and help the environment, you will be able to claim on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) with payments that last 7 years in a domestic dwelling, but be quick as this incentive ends in March 2022.

Government Update On Their Targets:

As of January 2021, it is estimated that around 40,000 households have applied for vouchers, which is low considering the government’s aim is to upgrade around 600,000 homes with their £2bn budget.

In September 2020, Origin COO Victoria Brocklesby feared that many homeowners could be missing out on the scheme, due to the government not marketing the scheme to homeowners.

She stated, “I’m not sure whether the government has done a good enough job in promoting this scheme to homeowners. Quite a lot of people may not even realise that the scheme exists, or that they need to register to apply for it.”

Don’t miss your chance! Call our team on 0808 222 0 111 to get your free quotation for a renewable heating system and improve your homes efficiency to save on your annual energy bills.

How Do I Apply For My Voucher?

STEP 1

Before anything, you need to get a quote for the heat pump or another renewable heating system. So get in touch today and we can provide you with a quote for a heating system that is perfect for your property.

STEP 2

Once you have our quote from your project manager, head over to the Green Homes Grant website and apply for your voucher by clicking here.

STEP 3

You’ll need to fill out the questionnaire, and in doing so you will need to upload our quotation and provide our Trustmark Registration number. You can find the details of our Trustmark registration below:

Our Trustmark License Number is 1954948

Visit our Trustmark Account Page by clicking here.

STEP 4

That’s it. Once you have completed the application you will then be presented with a voucher. You will need to forward this voucher to us and then we’re ready to go. Your dedicated project manager will then advise the next steps for you. We will then redeem the voucher on the Government website once the job is completed.

If you have any queries at all regarding the Green Homes Grant, or about renewable heating systems in general, please call our expert team on 0808 222 0 111 for additional information or guidance.

If you have any queries at all regarding the Green Homes Grant, or about renewable heating systems in general, please call our expert team on 0808 222 0 111 for additional information or guidance.

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