Insulation scheme (hhrco)

Insulation is very important in any home and if your energy bills are sky-high, it’s probably because your property is inefficient and you’re losing hundreds of pounds worth of heat every year.

Insulation comes in many forms for the home, depending on which area of the property is required. For instance, loft lagging would be used in the attic, or an insulating foam pumped into you wall cavities. Another example of insulation is double glazing for the windows.

But this is all a very expensive process you ask. In actual fact it’s not and is much cheaper than you’d imagine. As well as this, there are grants and Government schemes for you to take advantage of.

This includes the insulation scheme HHRCO. The HHRCO (Heating Cost Reduction Obligation) is also known as the Affordable Warmth scheme and helps the most vulnerable homeowners in the UK. With the scheme you can benefit from a grant to help cover the cost of wall cavity and loft insulation, but you must meet stringent eligibility criteria.

To be considered for the insulation scheme HHRCO, see if you meet one of the following:

  • Receive a state pension credit
  • Have a joint income below £15,860 and in receipt of child tax credits

If you receive an income based allowance, you must also meet one of the following:

  • Claim a disable child premium
  • Have parental responsibility for a child under 16
  • Receive a pension premium
  • Be in receipt of child tax credits including a disability element.

Remember, if you don’t receive one of the above, it’s still important to consider insulation for your home. Payback can be as little as two years for loft lagging and wall cavity insulation, providing you with decades of energy savings. As the National Grid prices for gas and electricity continue to rise you’ll be able to save even more on a yearly basis too.

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Project: Owner of business Freehold roof space 1500m2 roof construction - composite thermal panels, pitched and south facing no shading, shadows however skylights are present no access issues to the b...
Project: Financial Controller dealing with the project manufacturer Free hold property £500,000 a year on electricity 2/3 buildings - variety of different sheeting on roof possible asbestos - some roo...
Project: manager of company will arrange a meeting with the board of directors 3 storey building leasehold from council 150 years lease built 2002 also single storey with flat roof 3567 sq ft no obstruct...
Project: Chairman and CEO Warehouse - freeholders South-south-east facing roof 596sq m of roof space Detached building Pitched metal roof No asbestos in roof No shading to roof No access issues to buil...
Project: Business Director Detached Freehold Building 1,926sqm Roof space 12 Skylights 25 Year Old building, Corrugated Building, Pitched roof Customer advises: Roof faces South, No shadows Customer en...
Project: Warehouse - Freeholder - Gentleman Director of the company Solar PV panels Felt flat roof Dont know if any asbestos in roof No planning permission British Gas Electricity £3000 per month. Onl...
Project: Company name: Weblark Engineering Ltd Managing Director Leasehold. The client is in the process of re-signing his lease for 6 years. Gas £6k p/a. Electricity £30k p/a. Changed electric...
Project: Company name: Unipart Eberspacher Exhaust Systems Ltd. FInance Manager Electricity £50k per month. Gas £16666 per month. Have had a heating management system and an energy monitoring syste...
Project: Quality Manager Lease remaining 17 years. Gas £5800 p/m. Electricity £11600 p/m. Telephone number is a direct line for Mr Simon Eason.
Project: Environment Officer Electricity £55,100 p/m Gas £13,300 p/m Freehold and Leasehold. Leases are all more than 4 years. Looking at some lighting and motion sensors for the business which ...
Project: MR SMITH HAS REQUESTED TO BE CONTACTED BY EMAIL TO BOOK APPOINTMENT. Gas £108,300 per month. 80% of this is used to fire the kilns. Electricity £50,000 per month. Freehold Status. 03441...
Project: Health, Safety & Environment Manager Electricity £30,000 per month. Gas £750 per month. Steve has said that they have installed quite a lot of new technology including a Vickers Heat Manage...
Project: Financial Controller Electricity £25,000 per month Gas £1500 per month Freehold 01104045 : MIDLAND CHILLED FOODS LIMITED Credit Limit (£) : 244,000 Risk : Good Risk - Ok to offer your...
Project: Health & Safety/Environmental Manager Telephone number is a direct line. Electricity £125,000 per month Gas £49,000 per month Leasehold 2 building's Long lease around 99 years. 054700...
Project: Board Director - Group Co-orperate Services Director Direct mobile number. Need to ask at which location the appointment will be held. Electricity £525,000 per month Gas £208,333 per mon...
Project: Group Purchasing Manager Electricity £625,000 per month Gas £283,333 per month Some of the sites are owned and some are leased. Louise will find out the information for the appointment. ...
Project: Health & Safety, Environmental and Quality Manager Telephone number is a direct line. Electricity £13,300 per month Gas £5,000 per month Two sites. One in Whitstable and one in Bridgnor...
Project: Telephone number is a direct line. Electricity £16,666 per month. Gas £8,166 per month. Freehold. Have looked into Low energy and LED lighting etc, but the costs were too high.
Project: QHSE Manager Works at different sites. Need to confirm the appointment address. Electricity £26,333 per month. Gas £2608 per month. One site is freehold, one site has a 10 year lease. ...
Project: Managing Director The mobile number is the best number to contact. Electricity £2,500 per month. Gas £833 per month. Freehold property. 01222926 : BYBROOK BARN GARDEN CENTRE LIMITED ...

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