Keeping the home warm
Providing replacements and repairs to radiators, gas or electric fires and boilers and supplying draught-proofing, CO detectors, thermostats
Energy Saving Measures
Supplying appliances such as LED lightbulbs, reflective radiator panels, power saving devices and providing support with switching energy providers, debt negotiation with energy companies, registering on the Priority Services Register
Improving Home Conditions
Preventing condensation, mould growth and damp and signposting/referring onwards to health care services, benefits agencies and food banks for further support
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How warm should a home be?
It is recommended to keep a home between 18 to 21 degrees to reduce the long-term respiratory conditions that frequently occur during the winter months.
What support can we provide if someone is not eligible for the funding?
We can still signpost onto other support services to help you find the most affordable option for you, in terms of energy tariffs and suppliers, claiming discounts and benefits and accessing the best advice. We can put you in touch with our partners, the Green Doctors, to supply you with the best energy advice.