Government backed ECO grants* are available for insulation improvements throughout the
Gedling Borough area. *ECO grants subject to qualifying survey and eligibility assessment
How much money can I save?
You could save up to £460 off your energy bills every year with insulated rendering. This will dramatically improve the energy efficiency of your home, making it a lot warmer and eliminating any damp problems.
There may be an opportunity to qualify for a government ECO grant up to £5000, where you will not be required to pay anything, so it really is worth calling us for a full assessment.
What work can I have done?
- We can render the external walls of your home to provide a protective outer layer against all weather elements. Made from fire tested, resilient materials this extra layer will ensure that your walls stay strong, and keep as much heat in as possible. However, there is more to it than just practicality, as external wall rendering can completely transform the appearance of your home.
2. As a cost effective alternative, insulation boards can also be fitted. Whilst not providing quite the same level of weather protection that the external process provides, these boards still offer substantial energy saving benefits with reductions of up to £460 per year on your energy bills. You will also notice a significant improvement in the temperature of your property.
Could I qualify for a grant?
People on the correct benefits qualify for a government backed ECO grant. This can be up to £5,000.
Call us on 0800 158 3605 and we can have an initial chat and advise you what you may qualify for. We can then arrange
the free survey and quote. Our workmanship guarantee combined with examples of our previous projects
ensures your home is in safe hands. For more information call us now to make sure that you don’t miss out on this great opportunity.
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Here’s what we do
Supplying environmentally friendly rendering and insulation solutions
to home owners, public sector councils, private landlords and housing associations.