Eco boiler (hhrco)
Energy efficiency is crucial for every home and you should always ensure your property is adequately insulated. There are a number of areas to think about including the loft, walls and windows.
But did you know your boiler is one of the main factors when it comes to poor energy efficiency? The heating of your home accounts for around 60% of your annual energy bill and your boiler could be wasting as much as £310 a year. The cure: invest in a new boiler.
Reasons to invest in a new boiler:
- To reduce your annual heating bill by as much as £310 a year
- To keep your home warmer in the winter without spending as much
- To reduce the risk of a boiler breakdown which would set you back hundreds of pounds
- To improve your home’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating
- To slash your home’s carbon dioxide emissions and improve environmental friendliness.
And for some homeowners, the ECO boiler scheme is available to help with the investment. In fact, there are free grants available to help cover the cost as long as you meet certain eligibility criteria.
Household bills have doubled since 2004 and are predicted to double again by 2020. So with the ECO boiler scheme you have a chance to make a difference in your home and protect your finances for the next decade.
The ECO boiler scheme is a Government-run initiative and helps to tackle the problem of fuel poverty for the UK’s most vulnerable households. A total of £1.3 billion will be issued each year to help with the energy efficiency issues, funded by the big ix energy suppliers. These include Npower, British Gas and EDF.
The ECO boiler scheme itself was launched in line with the much larger Green Deal, the Government’s flagship energy efficiency programme. If you want to take part and receive a free ECO boiler grant you need to meet the eligibility criteria, which includes receive income related support, child tax credits or a disability allowance.
However, if you fail to meet the criteria then you should still consider a replacement boiler to seriously reduce your annual bills.
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Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy ranking depending on how efficient they are and ratings are shown in the information below. This ranges from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have less expensive energy bills as more heat will likely be kept in the home. You'll be able to increase your home's efficiency with insulation including upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.