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The Green Homes Grant Scheme

The Green Homes Grant Scheme

Get up to £10,000 of funding for energy efficiency improvements to your home.

To apply phone 0333 456 0879 or complete our online form


What is the Green Homes Grant?

The Green Homes Grant is a £2 billion scheme, launched by the government, to help homeowners pay for energy saving improvements for their homes by installing measures such as wall insulation, solar panels and air source heat pumps.

This is to improve the warmth of homes, cut energy bills and help the UK to be zero-carbon by 2050.

How does the Green Homes Grant work?

Local authorities in England can bid for funding to help homes in their area pay for energy efficiency measures through the Local Authority Delivery scheme. They can then select partners to deliver the home improvements grants on their behalf.

Initially, the Green Homes Grant scheme was split into two areas; one where eligible households can apply for free funding through their local authority, and a second part where customers who didn’t meet the eligibility criteria could receive a voucher to cover up to two-thirds of the cost of the improvements, however this part has recently been stopped.

Since the beginning of the scheme we have only worked in partnership with local authorities to provide free energy efficiency upgrades and have not dealt with the voucher element of the scheme.

Who is eligible for a Green Homes Grant?

You’re eligible for the Green Homes Grant and Local Authority Delivery Scheme if:

  • Your home has an EPC energy efficiency rating of E, F or G
  • And your household income is less than £30,000 or someone in your home receives a means-tested benefit such as Universal Credit, Income Support, and more. You can check all of the the benefits that meet our eligibility criteria on our application form.
  • If you’d like to find out more about the eligibility criteria you can call us on 0333 456 0879.
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Why choose us for your Green Homes Grant?

We’ve been installing energy efficiency measures to improve people’s homes for years and we only use TrustMark registered installers so you know you’ll be getting the very best service.

Our aim is to leave you with a warmer, more energy efficient home that costs you less in monthly bills to run.

We’re working closely with councils through the Local Authority Delivery scheme to help them provide energy efficiency measures for eligible households to help the government meet its 2050 zero-carbon target.


Grant for home improvements: our step by step guide

Please apply online here*


*If you have not had a response within 48 hours, you unfortunately have not met the qualifying criteria

Our local authority partners

We’re working with councils across the country as the sole delivery partner for low-carbon heating and energy efficiency measures.

We’ll look after your entire journey making sure you are comfortable and confident every step of the way. Our aim is to leave you with a warmer, more energy efficient property that costs you less in monthly bills to run.

What home improvements can I get with the Green Homes Grant?

Under the scheme you can get heating controls to help you control the temperature of your home, insulation for walls and lofts to keep the heat in and heating measures which use less carbon, like solar panels and air source heat pumps.Below is a list of measures available through the home improvement grant. Please be aware that the measures available vary for different areas. For up to date information please speak to our advisors.
*Certain measures only available in certain areas.

Frequently asked questions about the Green Homes Grant

How to apply for the Green Homes Grant from the government?

1. Check that you meet the eligiblity and complete our online form or give us a call.
2. Have paperwork on hand such as proof of income and home ownership.
3. Answer a few simple questions and we’ll confirm if your application has been successful and book a face to face home survey.
4. A qualified assessor to your home who’ll help you decide on the best measures for you home.
5. Our trusted installers will come out and make your home more energy efficient.

Do you have to pay back a Green Homes Grant?

No, you don’t have to pay back a Green Homes Grant. The funding is provided by the goverment to help the UK meet its zero-carbon targets.

Does the Green Homes Grant include boilers?

Although boilers aren’t part of the Green Homes Grant, there is still support available with the Affordable Warmth scheme. You can find out more on our Affordable Warmth page.

Is the Green Homes Grant for double glazing?

Some local authorities have funding to replace single glazed with double glazed windows. You can speak to one of our advisors to find out if double glazing grants are available in your area.

How will these home improvements cut my energy bill?

The government grant for home improvements will make your household more energy efficient. The insulation measures not only keep the heat in so you don’t have to spend as much heating your home, but also help keep the cold out.

Low-carbon heating measures such as Air Source Heat Pumps and Solar PV both cost less to run than traditional methods and Smart Thermostats put the power in your hands by allowing you to keep an eye on your heating and control it from mobile devices.

I rent my property, can I apply for the Green Homes Grant?

Your landlord can enquire on your behalf via the enquiry form for landlords. However, as the tenant you must qualify for the Green Homes Grant and in receipt of means-tested benefits, or total gross less than £30k per annum. For landlords, the grant will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible improvements, up to a maximum government contribution of £5,000.

Can I get the work done during the coronavirus pandemic?

Yes, your installation can still go ahead despite the restrictions. Our qualified installers follow strict COVID-19 secure processes to keep you and them safe.

Apply for a Green Homes Grant

Register your interest today by completing our online form or by giving us a call on 0333 456 0879.
We’re open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

Outside of these times, you can send us an email including your name, address and what measures you’re interested in.