Internal Wall Insulation Grants
The Government’s Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) and Green Deal schemes provide Internal Wall Insulation grants across England, Scotland and Wales.
If you receive a qualifying benefit, you should qualify for FREE Internal Wall Insulation, depending on the type of heating system installed. The property should also be privately owned or rented and have solid walls.
Click here if you are not sure whether you have Solid Walls or if they are already insulated.
Who qualifies for Internal Wall Insulation Grants?
If someone living in the household receives one of the following benefits, you could be entitled to a grant that will cover the cost of installing Internal Wall Insulation:
- Armed Forces Independence Payment
- Attendance Allowance
- Carer’s Allowance
- Child Benefit *
- Child Tax Credit
- Constant Attendance Allowance
- Disability Living Allowance
- Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance
- Income-Related Employment Support Allowance
- Income Support
- Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
- Pension Guarantee Credit
- Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- Severe Disablement Allowance
- Universal Credit
- War Pensions Mobility Supplement
- Working Tax Credit
* Combined annual household income limits apply. Visit our who qualifies page for full details.
Additional criteria to qualify for a grant is as follows:
- You must own or privately rent the property.
- The walls should be of solid construction i.e. not cavity walls.
What is Internal Wall Insulation?
There are two main types of Internal Wall Insulation. Insulation boards are either fixed to the walls or a timber frame can be constructed with an insulating material placed between the timber.
Stud walls are stronger than insulation boards and can easily hold the weight of shelving, cupboards, etc. but they tend to be thicker than insulation boards. Both options will require the removal and replacement of fittings such as light switches, skirting boards, etc.
The choice of technique will depend upon how your property is constructed. Internal Wall Insulation installers will be able to advise which solution is best.
How much can Internal Wall Insulation save?
Having Internal Wall Insulation professionally installed can reduce the amount of heat being lost in the property by up to 45%. This could result in energy bill savings of up to £270 per year in a typical 3 bedroom semi-detached property, according to the Energy Saving Trust.
How can EnergyLink help?
Once you have completed our application form, we will check to ensure that the property is likely to be suitable before allocating to an approved local insulation installer. They will then telephone you to arrange a free, no-obligation survey. If the property is suitable and you qualify for a grant, the work will be arranged.
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