How can you get a grant of £5,000 for home improvements and energy savings?

How can you get a grant of £5,000 for home improvements and energy savings?

Making a giant dent in energy bills whilst cleaning up the environment is an objective on everyone’s agenda, but one that few can afford. That is until Rishi Sunak’s announcement in July of 2020.

The Government’s Green Homes Grant, often referred to as the Home Insulation Grant, or scheme, is a promise to help fund homeowners with home improvements, beit Loft Insulation, Cavity Wall Insulation, Boilers, or Double Glazing, there are a lot of options out there when it comes to being able to make a home greener, these are just a few.

Thinking about making home improvements already? Been looking at some new glazing? Whatever you do, wait until September, with this new government scheme kicking in it’s likely that up to £5,000 will be provided by the chancellor’s new voucher scheme/grant.

Now, it’s worth noting this is only in England, but this is still a £3bn scheme that promises to cover up to 66% of the cost of energy-saving home improvements for eligible homeowners.

Let’s make no bones about it, this scheme will potentially save families and homeowners thousands of pounds on day one, followed by hundreds of pounds a year in energy bill savings.

How to apply for the Government’s Green Homes Grant?

Well, let’s get down to it. Homeowners will be expected to detail the energy-saving improvements they would like to make to their property. Not only this, homeowners also need to provide the details of accredited local suppliers, it’s those local suppliers that will need to provide a quote along with a full breakdown of costs involved.

We understand this starts to get a little more tricky, how to choose the right local contractor? How to know they are accredited?

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Once a quote for home improvements has been approved, a voucher will be issued by the government, ready to cover a large proportion of the initial build costs on your new, more energy-efficient home.

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