Grant Schemes

Grant Schemes are open to a wider range of people, so even if you were previously turned down for a free government grant under an earlier version of the ECO Scheme, you might be eligible this time round

Do you live in England and are a Homeowner? ✅  Do you or anyone in your household receive Government Benefits? ✅ If so, you could qualify for one of the grant schemes.

Find out if you qualify by entering your postcode below, the process can take less than 60 seconds:
OR CALL OUR TEAM ON 0203 3369122

It takes less than a minute to find out if you are eligible...

Enter Your Postcode

Free Home Assessment

On-site Instalment

Enjoy Instant Benefit

Save Money


What is the ECO4 Scheme?

The ECO4 Scheme comprises grants available to homes that don’t have the income to install energy efficiency measures independently. This includes measures such as solar panels, heating systems such as heat pumps, and insulation. The aim of the Energy Company Obligation scheme, funded by some of the main energy providers, is to aid low-income or disadvantaged households to improve the energy efficiency of their homes to lower energy costs and carbon emissions. Free grants for measures such as solar panels, heating systems such as heat pumps, and insulation are available to eligible households.

row of houses with solar panels

ECO Plus

What is the ECO+ Scheme?

ECO+ (Energy Company Obligation) is a scheme to provide funding to help many more households become more energy efficient through grant-funded insulation measures and energy efficiency improvements. The £1 billion funding is intended to help bring down people’s energy bills  and reduce carbon emissions, and runs until March 2026. ECO mandates that energy suppliers provide support to those in low-income households, but also extends it to energy-inefficient households in lower Council Tax bands, in an attempt to help some of the most vulnerable households bring down their energy costs.

kitchen with new boiler

LA Flex

What is the LA Flex Scheme?

Local Authority Flexible Eligibility (LA Flex), is a branch of the government’s ECO scheme. LA Flex gives councils and local authorities the power to widen the eligibility criteria so that more residents, on top of those claiming benefits, can qualify for funding, usually on the basis of lower incomes, health, age, or area, allowing councils to better support specific communities. Energy Companies used to be capped at offering 25% of their obligation to be used through LA Flex, but this obligation cap has been raised to 50%, meaning more people who fall outside of eligibility criteria can be put up for consideration.
laying loft insulation

LAD Scheme

What is the LAD Scheme?
£500 million of funding was allocated to Local Authorities through The Local Authority Delivery Scheme, to help low-income households improve their heat retention and efficiency. The main aim of the LAD scheme is to increase energy efficiency in low-income and low-performing properties (those with energy performance certificate (EPC) ratings of E, F, or G, although some help may be available for ratings B and D, including homes that are off the gas network. Neither fossil fuel heating nor biomass heating are considered qualifying improvements under the terms of the scheme.
solar panel farm

Eco Boiler Scheme Eligibilty Criteria

To be eligible for this scheme, you must be the homeowner or a tenant in private rented property and receive one of the benefits below, registered at that address. If someone staying at that address receives one of these benefits, you may be eligible for the scheme.


  • Income based jobseekers allowance (JSA)
  • Income Related Employment & Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Income Support (IS)
  • Pension Credit Guarantee
  • Working Tax Credit (WTC)
  • Child Tax Credits (CTC)
  • Universal Credit (UC)
  • Housing Benefit (a new benefit making people eligible for ECO4)
  • Pension Credit Savings (another new eligible benefit for ECO4)
Find out in 60 seconds if you qualify!
OR CALL OUR TEAM ON 0203 3369122
new radiator

Check If you Qualify

We’ll contact you once you submit the online form to confirm that we have all the necessary details. First, fill out the form above to determine your eligibility and the eligibility of your boiler. In the event that you are chosen, we will walk you through the grant application procedure, which starts with a free survey conducted by a Gas Safe Registered engineer.

The engineer will schedule a suitable time for your survey so they can examine your home’s present heating system and energy efficiency. Your brand-new boiler will be installed by a Gas Safe certified and reliable installer after your ECO program application has been officially accepted and all the details have been worked out.

Then all that’s left to do is relax and take advantage of a more pleasant house and less expensive energy.

woman with new boiler in kitchen
new boiler

How does the process work?

After you’ve applied for a boiler grant by completing our online form we will need to give you a quick call to confirm that you meet all the necessary criteria. It will only take a few moments to assess your eligibility. We’ll need to check what benefits you receive, your annual household income, how many children are living in your home, and confirm your status (whether you’re a private tenant or own your own home).

We will also ask you for the make and model of your current boiler, the condition it is in and whereabouts it’s located. If you can have all of this information to hand when we ring we’ll be able to get your application processed a lot quicker where we can find installers with funding in your area. Then all that’s left to do is relax and take advantage of a more pleasant house and less expensive energy.

new boiler