Free Replacement Boilers
Free Boiler Replacements!!! Are you eligible?
The Government has launched the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) to tackle fuel poverty in the UK.
This scheme is funded by the utility companies and the aim is to deliver free or subsidised heating and insulation to low income homes that are owner occupied or privately rented.
If you can answer yes to each of the three questions below you may be entitled to a brand new replacement boiler – absolutely free!!!
If the answer is yes then call us now or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a call back and receive free advice and a no obligation quote.
Q1. Are you -
- A homeowner
- Living in private, rented accommodation
- A private Landlord
Q2. Do you have a boiler that is –
Q3. Do you, or your tenants if you are a Private Landlord, receive one of the Stand Alone Benefits or Combination of Benefits listed in the tables below?
Stand Alone Benefits
- Pension Credit (this is not the same as the State Pension)
- Child Tax Credit (relevant income below £15,860)
|Benefit||Disabled Child Premium||Disability premium, enhanced disability premium or severe disability premium||Parental responsibility for child (residing at property)||Parental responsibility for a resident child 16 -20, in full-time education (not Higher Education)||Pension premium (incl. higher or enhanced pension premium)||Receives Child tax credit (with disability or severe disability element)||Receiving a work related activity or support component|
|Income Based Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Income Related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Income Support (IS)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Benefit||Has parental responsibility for a child under 16 that lives at the property||Has parental responsibility for a child who is 16 or over but under 20 and in full-time education such as College. (Not University)||In receipt of a disabled worker element or severe disability element||Aged 60 or over|
|Working Tax Credit (below £15,860)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|