Do I qualify for the ECO boiler scheme in Leeds?


Do I qualify for the ECO boiler scheme in Leeds?

The ECO boiler scheme in Leeds (and the rest of the UK) is a government funded scheme that enables some households to receive a free replacement boiler to improve the energy efficiency of their home.

Who’s eligible?

There are two criteria:

  1. If you own your own home (or live in a privately owned rented home)
  2. Someone in your home receives benefits, including pension credit, universal credit, child benefit, job seeker’s allowance, income support, carer’s and disability living allowance. See the full list as listed on the government website here.

What are the benefits?

You will save on the cost of a new boiler, but in the long term the major savings will be through a reduction in your monthly heating bills. The Energy Saving Trust estimates 55% of your household bill costs go towards heating, so an efficient boiler goes a long way to reducing your bill spending.

You will save money on your gas bill and the annual savings of a new boiler are estimated at up to £315/year, depending on the age and state of your existing boiler.

Are you wanting to take advantage of the ECO boiler scheme in Leeds?

With new boiler installations now taking place again, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of the scheme and set your home up for the colder months.

How do you apply?

If you’re looking into the possibility of increasing the energy efficiency of your home with the ECO boiler scheme in Leeds, the way to get started is to get in touch with participating installers. We deal with the process for you, meaning you only need to get in touch with our team.

What boilers are installed?

We install brand new A-Rated efficient Vaillant boilers. We’ll help you apply for an ECO scheme Vaillant, plus central heating system, for yours or your tenant’s home. The systems are renowned for their quality, reliability, and performance.

Get in touch to ask us about the scheme on 0800 980 6018 or by completing the form below.

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