Room in the Roof (Attic Room) Insulation Grants

Room in Roof Insulation Grants in Bedford

As a Bedford resident, you may be eligible for a Room in Roof Insulation Grant through the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme. This grant can help you insulate your attic space, including sloping areas, dormer windows, and gable walls, for free.

Qualifications for the Grant

This grant can provide significant benefits, such as reducing heat loss through the roof and improving the comfort of your home. It can also help you save money on your energy bills by reducing the energy required to heat your home.

What is Included in the Room in the roof Area?

The Room in Roof area is defined as the space in your attic with a common wall less than 1.8m in height for at least 50% of the common wall (excluding gable ends and party walls). This can include Loft conversions, dormer bungalows/chalet bungalows, or original storeys with a common wall of less than 1.8m and accessed via a permanently fixed staircase.

Insulation Standards

The insulation used in this grant will be to the same building regulations standards as a standard loft insulation measure. All residual loft areas will be insulated to ensure maximum energy efficiency.

Eco-Home Network is working with Bedford and Kempston Hardwick homeowners to claim ECO 4 grants using the Government's ECO scheme. The grant amount you receive will depend on your current circumstances, property type, and EPC rating.

Benefits of Room in Roof Insulation

  • Warmer and more comfortable home
  • Reduced energy bills
  • More environmentally friendly lifestyle
  • Investment in your property
  • Reduction in your carbon footprint

To apply for a Room in Roof Insulation Grant, contact Eco-Home Network today. Our team of experts will help you determine your Eligibility and guide you through the application process.

We understand that every home is unique and will work with you to ensure you receive the right grant for your needs.

Contact Eco-Home Network today to learn more about this grant and how it can benefit you.

Apply for Room in Roof Insulation Grants today

Insulating all walls and ceilings between heated and unheated spaces is crucial for loft spaces used as living areas. Sloping ceilings, vertical walls, and flat ceilings can be insulated using specific methods, while dormer windows and skylights require high-performance glazing. A professional installer must ensure proper insulation, ventilation, and overall effectiveness.