What is the Green Homes Grant Scheme?
Get up to £5,000 to help cover the cost of energy efficient and low-carbon heating improvements such as Heat Pumps to your home.
The government will provide a voucher that covers two-thirds of the cost of qualifying energy efficiency or low carbon heating improvements to your home. The maximum value of the voucher is £5,000.
As Reina Group will be your nominated Installer we will request and receive payment from the government for the costs covered by the voucher on your behalf.
Apply For Your Heat Pump Voucher In 4 Simple Steps:
Obtain Your Free Online Quotation Below From Us
Apply For Your Voucher Online Below
Await Confirmation For Your Voucher And Then Contact Us
We Install Your Heat Pump
What can The Vouchers Be Used For?
Vouchers can be used to install at least one primary home insulation or low carbon heating measure which includes Air Source or Ground Source Heat Pumps.
By installing a Heat pump, which will provide hot water and heating to your home, you can use your Green Homes Grant voucher of up to £5000 to go towards the installation cost. This means you could possibly only pay as little as £2,500 for a new heating system.
The benefits include:
- Financial help to cover part of the installation
- By converting to a renewable heating-system you are helping the environment.
- Massive saving on your energy bills, you could help save up to £600 a year.
The Reina Group are approved installers and have all the necessary certification in place for Heat Pump installation. We are certified by TrustMark and the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) making your claim for a Green Homes Grant voucher simple.
Installers must also be certified by MCS for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive RHI a government payback scheme which is also available in conjunction with this scheme.
You can go online and download your heat pump quote using our Instant Heat Pump Quote right here to start your journey of owning your own heat pump.
To apply for the voucher, you must either:
- own your home (including park homeowners, long-leaseholders, and shared ownership) be a private or social landlord
- Your property must be in England to be eligible for the scheme.
- Landlords cannot apply for the low-income portion of the scheme.
- New-build properties that have not previously been occupied are not eligible for the scheme.
- You cannot apply for the scheme if you have already received a grant from your local authority as part of the Local Authority Delivery Scheme.
- secondary glazing (in addition to single glazing)
- external energy efficient doors (replacing single glazed or solid doors installed before 2002)
- heating controls
- hot water tank thermostats and insulation
The amount you get towards the cost of secondary measures cannot exceed the amount you get for primary measures.
For further information on the Voucher eligibility please visit: Simple Energy Advice website.