Free Boiler Grants for Leeds
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Why is there a Free Boiler Scheme in Leeds?
The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) started in 2013. It is part of a broader government scheme to improve domestic energy efficiency throughout Leeds.
ECO3 mandate directs large energy suppliers to provide considerable CO2 savings by improving UK Homes.
The current phase of The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) expires in March 2026.
The qualifying criteria, set by Ofgem can change over time, to see if you are eligible please complete our eligibility form or contact our office on 0333 577 5852
Free Home Assessments
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Fully certified gas safe heating engineers perform all our boiler installations.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Yes, if you have a non-condensing boiler, the replacement scheme includes complete installation only using a fully certified heating engineer. All our ECO4 heating engineers are Gas Safe Registered.
This means you are classed as a homeowner, If you or someone else in your home currently gets government benefits (incl Child Benefits) you will qualify (subject to free home assessment)
Yes, Loft insulation is a part of the energy efficiency measures set by Ofgem, Loft Insulation is generally provided alongside other ECO4 measures like A-Rated gas boilers.
Yes, Homeowners in Leeds can upgrade their property, This is limited to those who satisfy the rules set by Ofgem & the Govt.
Check your eligibility
Use our simple online form to find out if you qualify for government-backed ECO3 grants.
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Do I need to get a new boiler?
If your boiler is older than 2005, then the odds are that it is an inefficient boiler. If this is true, then you could decrease your heating bills significantly by replacing it with a modern, energy-efficient A-rated boiler.
There are two principal types of gas boiler – one includes a hot water cylinder, and other does not.
Combi boilers produce hot water on command, as soon as you turn the hot tap on, the combi boiler starts heating the water supply instantly. There is no hot water cylinder with the combi boiler.
Conventional boilers produce hot water by heating a separate water cylinder. When you turn on a hot tap, the hot water comes directly from the water cylinder.
A less used boiler is known as a "system" boiler, which shares elements of both a combi and conventional boiler, making it easier to install, but still using a water cylinder to provide the hot water.
After boiler installation
The transition from your old boiler to a new A-rated boiler will not be massive in terms of operating it, but you will notice a significant difference to your gas bills.
We may provide new heating controls if your old one does not meet the current energy efficiency standards, but don't worry, our installer will explain how to use them.