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What are the insulation grants?

At EnergySavingGrants we can help you obtain insulation grants to help you save money on your energy bills. Our experienced team of professionals are dedicated to helping you receive the insulation grants available in your area. We make sure that you get the best results from our services, and will answer any questions or concerns you may have about the process. With our help, you can start saving money now!

Below is the list of insulation grants that are available under the ECO scheme : 


● Cavity wall insulation grant

● Loft insulation grant

● Solid wall insulation grant

● External wall insulation and internal wall insulation grant

Insulation is a vital part of keeping your home energy efficient and reducing your bills. By taking advantage of the insulation grants available, you can make sure that your home is a comfortable place to live as well as being cost-effective. Insulation can help to keep your home warm in the winter months and cool during the summer, making sure that you can enjoy your home all year round. 


If you are interested in applying for any of these insulation grants, please get in touch with us today. We will be able to provide more information on the process and help you get started. We can also assess your home and advise you on the best type of insulation for your needs. Don’t miss out - get in touch now to find out more about the grants available. 


By applying for one of these insulation grants, you will be able to save money on energy bills as well as making sure that your home is a comfortable and energy-efficient place to live. With more money in your pocket, you will be able to enjoy your home even more. 

At the same time, you’ll be doing your bit for the environment by reducing energy consumption and cutting down on emissions. It's a win-win situation - so take advantage of these insulation grants now and start saving. 


We understand that choosing the right insulation for your home can be a daunting task, so we’re here to help you every step of the way. We have all the information you need on energy efficient insulation products, installation processes and grant funding options. All you have to do is get in touch with us and we’ll put you on the right track. 

Get in touch with us today to learn more about the insulation grants we can help you access. We look forward to helping you save money! 

Who qualifies for an insulation grant in Denbigshire?

Under ECO4 the insulation grant scheme is available to home owners, tenants and landlords looking to reduce their energy bills and improve their properties energy performance rating. 

In order to qualify for an insulation grant in Denbigshire there are a number of criteria that must be met before receiving the funding. You will need to be receiving a form of income based government benefit and have a household income that does not exceed a threshold if you are in receipt of child benefit. 


ECO4 is available to:

  • Homeowners, landlords and private tenants

  • Households with inefficient electric heating 

  • Households receiving income related benefits

Qualifying benefits under the ECO4 scheme are as follows: 

  • Child tax credit 

  • Income support

  • Income based jobseekers allowance 

  • Income related employment and support allowance 

  • Pension credit guarantee 

  • Universal credit 

  • Working tax credit 

  • Child benefit*

 *If you claim child benefit and this is the only benefit you receive. The threshold amounts are set below:

  • A single adult with 1 child: £19,900

  • A single adult with 2 children: £24,800

  • A single adult with 3 children: £29,600

  • A single adult with 4 or more children: £34,500

  • Couple with 1 child: £27,500

  • Couple with 2 children: £32,300

  • Couple with 3 children: £37,200

  • Couple with 4 or more children: £42,000

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