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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104 Strone Road, LONDON - E7 8ES
back of the world, NORWICH - NR10 3JU
Just Render
Unit 1, Ashwyn Business Centre Marchants Way, BURGESS HILL - RH15 8QY

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Local Insulation scheme (hhrco) Projects

1 Project: Loft insulation
2 Project: Consideration should be given to ensuring that all the pipes in the roof space are insulated and secured. The rigid board insulation should be fixed between the rafters and attached to the rafters, n...
3 Project: Trying to get my house more energy efficient Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint
4 Project: To fit loft insulation. Time scale: 1-3 months Please call to appoint Please call to appoint
5 Project: Loft installation
7 Project: Loft insulation needed in a terraced house. No insulation at the moment
8 Project: LOFT INSULATION Time scale: Less than one month Please call to appoint
9 Project: Wall cavity insulation Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint
10 Project: Kitchen ceiling void. The kitchen extension has a void approx 500mm high above the ceiling. There are 6 No 70mm dia holes in the ceiling where the light fittings go, could the insulation be of the blo...
11 Project: Loft needs completely insulating
12 Project: Install loft insulation
13 Project: We require cavity wall and loft insulation plus grants for both Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint
15 Project: This is an end of terrace house and the total area is 9m x 5.2m. I need loft insulation to be installed. I propose 150mm between rafters and then 100mm laid at right angles over the rafters.
16 Project: loft insulation
17 Project: free loft insulation
18 Project: Loft insulation plus limited access space Time scale: Less than one month Please call to appoint Please call to appoint
19 Project: We wish to increase the loft insulation in the halls and rooms of our church. 6 lofts in all ( 3 6x6m, 2 6x9m, 1 10x20m). Just looking for budgetary costs to decide which to enquire about. Time scale...
20 Project: Insulate loft space with 2 layers.

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