Solid Wall Insulation Grants

Solid Wall Insulation Grants in Durham

A Golden Opportunity via the ECO scheme

You could dramatically enhance your home's energy efficiency if you reside in Durham or nearby areas such as Houghton-Le-Spring, Peterlee, Chester-le-Street, Consett, Bishop Auckland, Newton Aycliffe, Seaham, Stanley, or Tow Law. The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) home’s provides Solid Wall Insulation Grants to homeowners and tenants who meet certain criteria. Below, we outline what you need to know.

The Advantages of Solid Wall Insulation

Implementing Solid Wall Insulation in your home delivers a multitude of benefits:

  • Heat Loss Mitigation: Cuts down heat loss by up to 45%
  • Enhanced Comfort: Improves the overall warmth and comfort levels in your home
  • Draught Reduction: Minimises cold draughts
  • Property Valuation: Adds significant value to your property
  • Sound and Damp Proofing: Increases soundproofing and helps prevent damp

Are You Eligible?

Primary Criteria

How to Secure Your Grant

Application Procedure

  1. Initiate Contact: Reach out to Eco-Home Network
  2. Preliminary Info: Provide basic information regarding your property and living circumstances
  3. Eligibility Assessment: Undergo an assessment to verify if you meet the grant criteria
  4. Finalise Application: Complete the remaining steps of the application process
  5. Installation: Once approved, set a date for the installation of your solid wall insulation

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Obtain a Government Grant for External Wall Insulation?

Yes, you can secure a government grant for external wall insulation in Durham if you meet the stipulated criteria, such as Qualifying benefits or LA Flex eligibility, alongside an EPC rating between G and E.

What's the Procedure for Insulating Old Solid Brick Walls?

We start by verifying if your property is eligible for the ECO scheme, which focuses on properties with low EPC ratings and occupants receiving qualifying benefits or under LA Flex? Once eligibility is confirmed, you can proceed with the insulation measures.

Which is More Cost-Effective: Acrylic Render or Other Types?

Acrylic render tends to be the most cost-effective type of insulation, but its availability depends on meeting the ECO scheme’s specific criteria.

Internal or External: Which Insulascheme’shod is Preferable?

The choice between internal and external insulation largely depends on your property's unique circumstances and what you aim to achieve during the property inspection. For the ECO scheme, the type of insulation (internal or external) may not be decisive as long as the property meets the eligibility criteria.

Take Action Now - Confirm Your Eligibility

We strongly recommend that you take the initiative to either fill in our eligibility form or call us on 0333 577 5852 to explore the opportunity to enhance your home's energy efficiency.

Apply for Solid Wall Insulation Grants today

If your British home was built before the 1920s, it likely has solid walls instead of cavity walls. Insulating solid walls can significantly reduce heat loss, save money on heating bills, and lower your carbon footprint. Look for an alternating brick pattern outside the house to identify solid walls. Solid wall insulation may be more expensive than cavity wall insulation, but the savings on heating bills are more significant.
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