How City Plumbing can support you
We’re proud to announce that we are an accredited trusted supplier for the Green Homes Grant.
We are uniquely positioned to help you increase your sales through the scheme with our dedicated Energy Efficiency Sales & Design Team who are experts at specifying and designing the appropriate products and packages for all types of homes.
The benefits of working with us:
To speak to the team about how we can help, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to know how to make the Green Homes Grant work for your business?
Join us for a FREE 30 minute webinar in which we will guide you through the scheme and provide all the information you need to ensure that your customers spend their grant with you, which could be up to £10,000.
Steven Alldritt, head of the Energy Efficiency Sales and Design Team, will lead the session.
Book your seat today using the form below, and learn about everything you need to know.
We look forward to seeing you at a session.
More information about the scheme
The Green Homes Grant scheme, in which the government will pay up to two thirds of energy efficiency home improvements up to the value of £10,000, has now launched. Homeowners and landlords in England will be granted vouchers for home improvements measures, such as the installation of insulation and heat pumps.The scheme will run until March 2021.
What the voucher can be used for
The home improvement measures that are available under this scheme are split into ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’ measures. The voucher must be used to install at least one primary measure before the voucher can be used to help cover the cost of a secondary measure.
How does it work?
For most homeowners and landlords, the vouchers will cover around two-thirds of the cost of the measures, up to a value of £5,000 per household. For low income households it will cover the full cost of the measures, up to £10,000 per household.
To obtain a voucher, homeowners and landlords in England will be able to seek advice from the Simple Energy Advice (SEA) service about what energy efficiency improvements can be made to the property and then find local accredited installers to obtain quotes from.
Who is eligible to apply?
To be eligible for the vouchers, applicants must either: own their home (including park home owners, long-leaseholders and shared ownership) or be a landlord (private or social).The low income scheme is only available for homeowners and park homeowners who receive at least one income-based or disability benefit.
Only homes in England are eligible for the scheme. New-build domestic and non-domestic properties are exempt.
How can I get involved?
You must be registered with Trust Mark to take part in the scheme, and to install the low carbon heating measures of the scheme, you must also be Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accredited.
Households will be able to find accredited tradespeople using the Simple Energy Advice website
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