Rye Boiler Grants
The largest energy companies like N Power, E.ON, EDF, British Gas and SSE are required by law to help you improve your energy efficiency in Rye. Installing only remarkable gas boilers.
Our grants team access the latest grants for ECO home efficiency improvements to customers.
The energy industry can fully fund free energy-efficient boilers for eligible properties in Rye. The boilers provided will vary based on your location; you do not need to be a current consumer of the energy company providing the funding. Our grants team will nominate ways to help you reduce energy consumption and which of customers in Rye have access to funding grants and energy-saving schemes.
To be eligible for ECO scheme Boiler grants, homeowners in Rye needs to receive one of the following:
Child Tax Credits
Working Tax Credits
Employment and Support Allowance
Disability Living Allowance
Personal Independence Payment
Severe Disablement Allowance
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
War Pension Scheme: Mobility Supplement
Constant Attendance Allowance
Armed Forces Independence Payment
Use our online form to lower heating bills and start saving energy and money.
Are boiler grants still available in Rye?
Yes, Boiler grants should be available in Rye until at least 2027 through the ECO scheme
Can landlords in Rye access free boiler grants?
Unfortunately, private renters do not qualify, only homeowners in Rye qualify, if they receive one of the eligible benefits
Can pensioners in Rye claim for a free boiler replacement grants?
If a member of a pensioners household claims one of the qualifying benefits then they should be eligible for a boiler grant If they own their own home.
Extra energy-saving measures are available in Rye.
During the process of providing your Rye Free boiler upgrade, we will also look to raise your homes energy efficiency further.
Other free eco proposals may include underfloor insulation , Rye free cavity wall insulation and Rye loft insulation
Complete our online form and, our energy efficiency advisors will recommend energy-saving grants and availability for the East Sussex area.