Grants and Funding to help keep your home warm

Grants and funding to help keep your home warm

diagram of an energy inefficient house and an energy efficient house

If you are a homeowner, you may be eligible to apply for a grant to make improvements to your home to make it more energy efficient such as –

  • boiler repairs
  • cavity wall insulation
  • first time central heating
  • gas boiler replacements
  • loft insulation
  • room in the roof insulation

You must be either on a low income or in receipt of one of these benefits -

  • child tax credit
  • employment support allowance
  • income support
  • pension credit
  • universal credit
  • working tax credit

You may also be able to apply if you live with a chronic health condition. Terms and conditions apply.

Available grants and funding


The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a government energy efficiency scheme to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions.

You can find out more about this scheme by visiting the ofgem website. This opens in a new window.

Household support fund

A government grant for home energy efficiency improvements.

Other funding

Other funding may be available for those not on a low income or qualifying benefit, but that live with a chronic health condition. Terms and conditions apply.

The Warm Homes Team can provide more information about this fund, and you can request their help using the button below.

£99 Warm Homes Scheme

For those who do not qualify for any of the above grants/funding we offer a £99 Scheme to install the following measures only, subject to surveys and terms and conditions -

  • cavity wall insulation
  • loft Insulation

How to apply

The Warm Homes Team can undertake an assessment, advise you on eligibility and support you with applications. Simply use the button to complete an enquiry form and a member of our team will contact you.

Request support