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Grants Cumbernauld

Free Insulation Grants Cumbernauld

Envirohomes Renewables remains at the forefront of Cumbernauld’s insulation industry, renowned for our commitment to enhancing energy efficiency and reducing carbon footprints. As a leading provider of renewable energy solutions, we understand the crucial role insulation plays in optimizing home sustainability and lowering energy expenses.

Our skilled insulation specialists focus on delivering a range of tailored services to meet the diverse needs of households, including:

  • Cavity Wall Insulation
  • Internal Wall Insulation
  • Loft Insulation
  • Room in Roof Insulation
  • Underfloor Insulation

Rest assured, our Scottish insulation specialists hold the most esteemed industry accreditations, including the prestigious PAS 2030 Certification. This serves as a testament to our dedication to delivering top-notch professionalism and efficiency in all our services.

Our current focus revolves around catering to low-income households receiving governmental assistance by providing insulation services. Through the Government’s ECO 4 grants, we offer fully funded home insulation solutions. More details regarding the eligibility criteria for ECO 4 grants are provided below for your convenience.

What is
The ECO4 Scheme?

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) initiative represents a collaborative effort between the UK and Scottish Governments to address energy efficiency concerns among low-income households and vulnerable individuals. ECO4, the latest phase of this scheme, strives to enhance the energy performance of such residences, promoting warmth and sustainability while curbing emissions.

Aligned with the imperative of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, the government prioritizes equitable access to emission-reducing measures for all households. Central to this objective is the optimization of fossil fuel consumption through targeted home enhancements. These enhancements encompass a range of interventions, including complimentary loft insulation, solid wall insulation, and room-in-roof insulation, aimed at fostering energy efficiency and environmental responsibility.

Ensuring equitable access to sustainable living practices is crucial, particularly for individuals facing financial constraints or vulnerability. Recognizing this need, the government has implemented the ECO4 scheme, spanning across England, Scotland, and Wales.

Funded by medium and larger energy suppliers throughout the UK, the initiative, dubbed the “Energy Company Obligation,” aims to democratize the transition towards a greener future. Running from 2023 to 2026, the ECO4 scheme has allocated approximately £4 billion to enhance energy efficiency in approximately 300,000 homes across the UK, particularly those deemed at risk of fuel poverty.

Before accessing the funding, it’s essential to ascertain whether you meet the eligibility criteria outlined for the program.

Do I Qualify
For Free Insulation
Through The ECO4 Scheme?

Determining whether or not you are eligible to receive ECO4 funding is the first step in making your home more environmentally friendly and energy efficient.

To be eligible for the ECO4 scheme, you must meet specific criteria. Firstly, you must either be the homeowner residing in the property for which you’re seeking funding or be a tenant in privately rented accommodation. Additionally, to qualify for the scheme, you must be in receipt of one of the listed benefits:

  • Universal Credit
  • Armed Forces Independence Payment
  • Attendance Allowance
  • Child Benefit
  • Tax Credits (Child Tax Credits and Working Tax Credits)
  • Disability Living Allowance
  • Mobility Supplement
  • Severe Disablement Allowance
  • Carer’s Allowance
  • Personal Independence Payment
  • Pension Guarantee Credit
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
  • Constant Attendance Allowance
  • Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit

Note: The recipient of the qualifying benefit can be anyone who lives in the energy inefficient house that will benefit from the improvements. This includes grandparents and parents, a disabled child, or a spouse.

Alternatively, you could also qualify to receive funding if you live in social housing that has an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of D, E, F or G.

What Are The Benefits Of Eco-Friendly Insulation?

Eco-friendly insulation can offer several advantages. These benefit not only the homeowner (or tenants) but the environment, too.

Here are some of the main benefits of using eco-friendly insulation materials:

  • Energy efficiency: Eco-friendly insulation materials like recycled cellulose, wool, or other natural fibres, have fantastic thermal properties. They are effective in regulating indoor temperatures, which ultimately reduces the need for heating and cooling systems within your home. In turn, this leads to less energy consumption and lower heating bills.

  • Reduced environmental impact: Usually, eco-friendly materials for insulation are made from renewable or recycled materials. Using these materials can help to divert waste away from landfills and lessen the demand for virgin resources. This lowers the carbon footprint that is typically associated with insulation manufacturing.

  • Improved indoor air quality: Many traditional insulation materials tend to release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other harmful chemicals into the air. Eco-friendly options are usually free from synthetic chemicals and additives, which contributes to healthier indoor air quality.

  • Sustainability: Most eco-friendly insulating material is renewable and sustainable. For example, cellulose, hemp, and wool can be grown or manufactured with fewer resources compared to standard insulation options.

  • Durability: Some eco-friendly insulation materials have a longer lifespan in comparison with traditional materials. A good example of this is wool insulation is known for its durability and resistance to degradation over time.

  • Noise reduction: Having insulation of any kind in your home can help to reduce noise from outside or between walls of your home.

  • Moisture regulation: Certain natural insulation materials have the ability to absorb and release moisture. This can help to regulate indoor humidity levels and prevent mould growth inside your home.

  • Resale value: Having eco-friendly insulation in a home can sometimes be an attractive feature for potential buyers if you’re selling your home.

  • Incentives and rebates: In some regions, using eco-friendly materials may make homeowners eligible for energy efficiency incentives, tax credits, or rebates.

What Type
Of Energy Efficient Insulation Changes Can Be Made?

room in roof insulation
underfloor insulation


Besides the complimentary insulation, there are several other energy-efficient options accessible through the Energy Company Obligation scheme. Incorporating multiple measures can significantly enhance your ability to decrease energy expenses. These include:

  • Solar PV
  • Electric storage heater upgrade
  • First-time central heating
  • Non-condensing gas boiler upgrade

To initiate the process of obtaining one of the ECO4 grants, follow these outlined steps:

  1. Visit the Envirohomes Renewables website.
  2. Complete the Check Eligibility form or contact the team at 0141 459 0292 to determine your eligibility for funding under this initiative.
  3. If you meet the grant criteria, Envirohomes will guide you through the application process.
  4. A surveyor approved by the scheme will conduct an inspection of your property to evaluate your existing heating system or insulation.
  5. Based on the assessment, the surveyor will suggest suitable energy-efficient measures tailored to your home and requirements.
  6. Envirohomes Renewables will proceed with the installation process.
  7. Upon completion, you can enjoy the advantages of reduced carbon emissions and lower energy bills.

Absolutely, proper insulation is imperative for homes in Cumbernauld. Without adequate insulation, your home could lose up to 45% of its generated heat, as stated by the Energy Saving Trust. This inefficiency compels you to continuously adjust your central heating, resulting in increased monthly energy expenditures.

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