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How Do I Apply For A Boiler Grant Without Going Through All The 'For Profit' Ads

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Hi folks. information rquired.

 

We have a 10+ yr old conventional boiler, and are sourcing a new combi.  My regular plumber is coming to give us a quote.  Wife and I are over 65.

 

We may be eligible for a Government grant, but when I search on line all I get is a horder of intermediaries wanting to apply on my behalf, fit boiler, and sell me finance. They are not charities.

 

Is there a direct government application system?

 

Thanks

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Hi Cyclecar.  If you own your own home,  claim tax credits,  any disability benefits,  pension credit guarantee, then you are indeed entitled.  I'm not going to do the hard sell, but if you would like me to give you a call please send me a private message :-)

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I heard lately BGas  Offers a 40% disc if you're a member of their Home (?) Repair service, but on TV Boxt is cheaper.....than BG

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There is no scheme like the warm front  were you  could get a free boiler if you were on benefit . They ran a similar thread to his a few weeks ago . Plenty of  people say there  is but firms  wanting to spend 10.000 pounds on your property putting under floor insulation fill cavitys etc so you can qualify but mention a combi boiler and you get erer we will talk about iter.  

If you find any thing like the warm front scheme let me know as i want one 

If you a re a property developer with no carpets in and a empty house it  would. at looking be worth  looking in to

Ask your plumber he will tell you best way forward hes in the game

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19 hours ago, spider1 said:

There is no scheme like the warm front  were you  could get a free boiler if you were on benefit . They ran a similar thread to his a few weeks ago . Plenty of  people say there  is but firms  wanting to spend 10.000 pounds on your property putting under floor insulation fill cavitys etc so you can qualify but mention a combi boiler and you get erer we will talk about iter.  

If you find any thing like the warm front scheme let me know as i want one 

If you a re a property developer with no carpets in and a empty house it  would. at looking be worth  looking in to

Ask your plumber he will tell you best way forward hes in the game

Give me a try,  We do have to install a primary insulation method, but the cost of that is also covered.  You can change from a system boiler to a combi for usually around 250 assuming you want it in the same place.

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What's wrong with underfloor insulation 

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15 hours ago, spider1 said:

So long as its not underfloor insulation yes or no 

If you have an attic room we can possibly look at that

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