UK HOME ENERGY EFFICIENCY GRANTS AND SCHEMES

 

 

 

Duns Cavity Wall Insulation Grants

Energy Grants UK provide free cavity wall insulation for all residents in Duns.
Residents who meet the government criteria can apply for energy efficiency drive funding to make UK houses decrease heating costs irrespective of their property size.


Why do families in Duns installing cavity wall insulation?


A property can lose almost a third of its heating by having poorly or uninsulated cavity walls. By installing cavity wall insulation, families in Duns can minimise the warmth loss from their house.


List of benefits criteria.



Personal Independence Payment
Attendance Allowance
Carers Allowance
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credits
Working Tax Credits
Pension Credits
Employment and Support Allowance
Jobseekers Allowance
Universal Credit
Income Support
Disability Living Allowance Severe Disablement Allowance
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
War Pension Scheme: Mobility Supplement
Constant Attendance Allowance
Armed Forces Independence Payment


Are cavity wall grants accessible in Duns?

Yes, cavity wall insulation grants are available in Duns until at least 2027 through the ECO scheme.

Can landlords in Duns apply for free cavity wall insulation grants?

If you rent your property privately and one of your tenants receives a qualifying benefit, you could possibly be eligible for free cavity wall insulation.

Can pensioners in Duns claim for free cavity wall grants?

Pensioners in Duns will qualify for free cavity wall insulation if they receive one of the eligible benefits.


People enjoying Cavity Insulation Guarantee

Other energy efficiency upgrades available for Duns

In addition to installing Duns free cavity wall insulation, ECO scheme will look to improve your energy efficiency with other eco measures like Duns Free boiler upgrade, Duns loft insulation or underfloor insulation.
To learn if you qualify, complete our online form or contact us our grants team on 0333 577 5351 and we can counsel great grants information and accessibility within the Scottish-Borders region.