Central Heating Grants

Central heating is the most common form of household heating – approximately 96% of homes have a central heating system. They provide warmth by circulating hot water to radiators, which are usually placed in each room.

To facilitate citizen of UK, under the governments ECO Scheme, customers can receive grants towards First Time Central Heating, As the name suggests this is for customers who have no central heating system at present, in other terms no radiators present. Some examples of central heating include only having solid fuel fires, electric storage heaters, gas fire or electric plug in heaters.

As part of this service we will fit a new boiler, radiators in each habitable room and provide you with wireless heating controls. Each boiler comes with a standard two-year warranty for that extra peace of mind.

To be eligible for Central Heating Grant you must:

  • Privately own or privately rent your house.
  • The property does not have a gas central heating system currently installed
  • A member of the household must receive one of the qualifying benefits.

Lower heating costs

Easily Control when and how you heat your home with smart thermostat

Warmer and comfortable living environment

Its more reliable and efficient


  • The services are Heavily Subsidised by the government funding. Exact quotation will be provided after initial assessment. 


First Time Central Heating (FTCH) refers to the installation of a complete central heating and hot water system in a property for the first time, typically including a boiler, radiators, controls, and all necessary piping.

Eligibility for FTCH grants often depends on factors like your home’s current heating system, your receipt of certain qualifying state benefits, tax credits, or meeting ECO Flex criteria set by local authorities. Typically, homes without a central heating system or with only partial heating systems like electric room heaters or gas fires may qualify.

FTCH grants can cover the cost of installing a new central heating system including a boiler, radiators, controls, and necessary pipework. Some schemes, like the ECO4, might also cover additional energy efficiency measures to ensure your home is well-insulated.

You can apply through energy suppliers participating in the ECO scheme, local authorities, or designated grant providers. It’s essential to have your property assessed to confirm eligibility and determine the most suitable heating system.

The installation time varies depending on your property’s size, existing infrastructure, and the complexity of the installation. After an initial survey, the installer can provide a more accurate timeline.

Depending on the grant scheme and your circumstances, you might need to contribute towards the installation cost. However, the contribution is generally minimal compared to the total cost, and in some cases, the grant may cover the entire expense.

Beyond increased comfort and warmth, installing central heating can significantly improve your home’s energy efficiency, reduce heating bills, and enhance your property value. It also contributes to a lower carbon footprint by using energy more efficiently.

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