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Free Boiler Grant Stockton

Free Boiler Grant with (Benefits)

Free government-backed boiler and insulation grants with Heat4Energy.

Homeowners in Stockton can benefit from lower energy bills by taking advantage of free replacement boilers and insulation. Working with the government’s free boiler scheme – the ECO Scheme, Heat4Energy supports qualifying people to apply for non-repayable grants which cover the costs of installing new boilers.

This includes costs for:

  • Surveying the current heating system at your property
  • Removing and disposing of old equipment 
  • Supplying and fitting brand new, more efficient boilers, insulation, and home heating systems. 

Through the ECO Scheme, Heat4Energy allows people and families in Stockton to reduce their bills for free, or at least heavily subsidised in a small number of circumstances. The scheme was created to ensure the UK’s biggest energy providers meet their obligation under the provision of ‘Affordable Warmth’. The idea is to help people within the UK population – including those on low incomes and receiving benefits – to bring down their cost of living.

People and families must meet certain criteria to qualify for free boiler funding in Stockton. You can check if you qualify by clicking on our online eligibility form and our experts will get in touch. 

Who is eligible to receive a FREE boiler in Stockton? What criteria needs to be met?

Who qualifies for free grants through the UK government’s boiler scheme? 

Before beginning your application for a free non-repayable grant, you need to check that you meet the criteria. This is listed below and you may also use our online eligibility check form at the bottom of the page, or contact the Heat4Energy team on 0800 998 7776.

Criteria:

To qualify for a free boiler and insulation grant through the government-backed scheme, you must:

1) Own your own home in Stockton

2) Already have a boiler that is at least 10 years old

3) Receive at least one of the following benefits:

To apply, you must be in receipt of one of the following benefits:

  • The Pension Credit Guarantee Credit Element.
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
  • Income Support
  • Working Tax Credits
  • Child Tax Credits
  • Pension Credit Guarantee Credit (PCGC)
  • Universal Credit
  • Housing Benefit
  • Pension Credit Savings Credit (PCSC)
  • Household income under £31,000
  • Child Benefit *

*If you claim Child Benefit we will need to ask some additional questions to check if you qualify.

The type of property you reside in is also an important factor that is considered. If your property is older and lacks efficiency, it will be eligible for a higher amount of funding towards the Stockton Free Boiler Grant.

In the event that you possess an exceptionally efficient property, it may be necessary for you to make a modest contribution towards the installation expenses. Additionally, it is essential that your property is connected to a mains gas, oil, or LPG supply.