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FREE first time gas central heating system and FREE loft and cavity wall insulation

Liverpool City Council has been awarded a grant of £1.27 million from the Warm Homes Fund for the installation of first time gas central heating systems. The offer is being match funded by Warmer Energy Services, who will be responsible for the installation of the systems.

Installation of a gas central heating system can help reduce illnesses related to living in a cold home such as Pneumonia, Asthma and Bronchitis and allows you to control your heating around your home more effectively.

Loft insulation could save you up to £225 a year and cavity wall insulation up to £225 a year2. These improvements will also keep you warm and comfortable over the winter months.

It’s easy to see if you qualify.

Do you own your own home?
Never had a gas central heating system in place before?
In receipt of certain welfare benefits (see below).

If the answer is “yes”, give Healthy Homes, a call on Freephone 0800 012 1754 quote “WarmHomesOffer” to discuss this further. It doesn’t matter how you are heating your home currently or if you have no gas connection to the property.

Healthy Homes staff will always carry Liverpool City Council ID. Please ask to see ID before allowing anybody into your property.

Do you qualify?

You may qualify for a free ‘A’-rated boiler, loft or loft top up and / or cavity wall insulation if you are on a low income and one or more of the following welfare benefits:

  • CHILD TAX CREDIT, WORKING TAX CREDIT and UNIVERSAL CREDIT
  • INCOME SUPPORT (IS), Income-based JOB-SEEKER’S ALLOWANCE (JSA) or INCOME-RELATED
    EMPLOYMENT AND SUPPORT ALLOWANCE (ESA)
  • PENSION CREDIT
  • In Receipt of Pension Credit Guarantee Credit or both Guarantee Credit and Savings Credit.
  • DISABILITY LIVING ALLOWANCE
  • PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE PAYMENT ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE
  • CARERS ALLOWANCE

Or

  • On a combined household income under the Minimum Income Standard (www.minimumincome.org.uk)

And

  • Having one or more of the following vulnerabilities:
  • Cardiovascular conditions
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Disabilities
  • Mental health conditions or learning difficulties that reduces individual’s ability to self-care (including dementia)
  • Older people (65 and older)
  • Households with young children (from new-born to school age)
  • Pregnant women
  • Pre-existing chronic medical conditions such as, but not limited to: diabetes, stroke, suppressed immune system, terminally ill
  • Housebound or otherwise low mobility
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