To become the leaders in our industry, we have made huge advances in both product development and customer service quality products that exceed high British Standards. Every bespoke installation manufactured in the UK state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. We know you want the best for your home/business, and we see it as our professional responsibility to provide that for you.
The Energy Company Obligation also known as ECO offers funding for energy efficiency improvements in 3 main streams: The Carbon Saving Community Obligation (CSCO) The Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation (HCRO) The Carbon Emission Reduction Obligation (CERO) Properties or families that meet the requirements within any of these streams are eligible for fully or partially funded energy efficiency improvements. Eligibility properties include hard to treat properties such as those with small or no cavities, or occupants who are in fuel poverty, qualifying benefits etc.
If you are living on a limited income you could qualify for FREE upgrades to your homes heating and insulation. Households on very low incomes tend to under heat their homes significantly which can pose health problems, particularly for the most vulnerable. ECO plays an important role in supporting the upfront costs of heating and insulation measures for these households. Efficient central heating systems, as well as insulation, are key to helping improve people’s ability to heat their homes, bringing a variety of benefits. The ‘affordable warmth’ target also helps in situations where Green Deal finance, will not be sufficient to make sure that households can benefit from the Green Deal.
The Green Deal finances energy efficiency measures that pay for themselves through savings. Some measures, such as Solid Wall Insulation only reach a small market segment and are significantly more expensive, are unlikely to meet the Golden Rule. Therefore ECO offers further support in addition to Green Deal finance for these harder to treat properties.
Improves your home by making it more comfortable Stops chills, colds and damp FREE to qualifying homes
Becoming an ECO Installer
All ECO Installers must be compliant with PAS 2030. By becoming a Green Deal Certified Installer, this proves compliance with PAS 2030 and allows an installer to, therefore work under the Energy Company Obligation.