Using LPG or Gas? You could qualify for a FREE Heat Pump

Do you own a home heated by LPG or Oil, and are curious if you could qualify for a free heat pump? In the UK, the primary source of fuel for heating is mains gas for around 86 percent of properties. Many thousands of homes and businesses in rural areas are “off-gas”, meaning they use other sources such as oil and LPG Gas instead.

These methods have their drawbacks however. Oil heating is increasingly expensive to run, and is also a very “dirty” fuel. Likewise, LPG gas heated properties burden homeowners with extortionate energy bills.

To help homeowners reduce their energy costs, and to meet net zero targets, the UK Government is currently providing full or partial funding towards a free heat pump.

What are heat pumps?

Heat pumps are a great way to heat and cool your home. They offer a cost-effective way to heat and cool your property, as well as reduce your energy costs. Heat pumps are also environmentally friendly because they use less electricity than traditional heating and cooling systems. With a heat pump installed in your home, you can enjoy the benefits of lower utility bills, reduced noise levels, and improved indoor air quality.

Contact us today to find out more about qualifying for your fully or partially funded heat pump. Find out more about the other grants off-grid properties in Scotland can claim here.

You could qualify for free insulation, free heat pumps or free solar panels

Stay warm and improve your property for FREE. eco warmth offers a range of government grant funded energy saving installations to upgrade rented and privately owned properties.

REDUCE YOUR ENERGY BILLS WITH HOME INSULATION

Get an instant estimate of how much grant funded energy saving measures could save you

Answer a few simple questions, and we'll give you an instant estimate of the saving you could expect to see from insulating your home.  We can even check what grant funding is available towards free cavity wall insulation, free loft insulation, free room-in-roof insulation or free floor insulation.