FREE Insulation
Grants East Kilbride

Free Insulation Grants East Kilbride

Envirohomes Renewables remains at the forefront of Scotland’s insulation industry, dedicated to enhancing energy efficiency and reducing utility costs for households across East Kilbride and beyond. As a leading provider of renewable home services in the region, we take great pride in our commitment to excellence.

Recognizing the pivotal role insulation plays in optimizing energy usage, we specialize in a comprehensive range of insulation services tailored to meet the diverse needs of each home:

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

Our team of Scottish insulation installers holds the highest industry accreditations, notably the esteemed PAS 2030 Certification. This hallmark of quality underscores our unwavering commitment to delivering nothing short of professional and efficient service to our valued clients.

At present, our primary objective revolves around catering to the insulation needs of low-income households receiving benefits. Through the facilitation of Government’s ECO 4 grants, we extend fully funded home insulation solutions to eligible recipients. Delving into the specifics of ECO 4 grants qualification criteria is crucial for those seeking to avail themselves of this invaluable opportunity. Feel free to explore more about the qualification prerequisites outlined below to ascertain your eligibility for this beneficial initiative.

What is
The ECO4 Scheme?

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) initiative, established jointly by the UK and Scottish Governments, endeavors to furnish complimentary energy-saving solutions to individuals facing financial constraints or residing in vulnerable residences. The most recent version, ECO4, aspires to enhance the energy efficiency of such households, fostering warmth while curbing emissions.

Aligned with the UK’s ambitious net-zero target by 2050, it is imperative for the government to facilitate universal access to emission reduction strategies at the household level. The initial stride involves optimizing fossil fuel consumption within residences through strategic home enhancements. These encompass various interventions such as the provision of complimentary loft insulation, solid wall insulation, and room-in-roof insulation, among other tailored solutions.

Ensuring an equitable and accessible transition to a greener future is imperative, especially for those with limited income or vulnerable circumstances. To address this, the government has introduced the ECO4 scheme across England, Scotland, and Wales. This initiative, funded by medium and larger energy suppliers across the UK, operates under the “Energy Company Obligation” moniker. Scheduled from 2023 to 2026, ECO4 has earmarked approximately £4 billion to improve energy efficiency in around 300,000 homes at risk of fuel poverty.

To access these funds, individuals must first ascertain their eligibility, ensuring that resources are directed towards those most in need. This initial assessment step is vital in fostering fairness and inclusivity in the pursuit of environmental sustainability.

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.

The criteria for the ECO4 scheme require that you either own and live in the house you wish to receive the funding for or you live in privately rented accommodation. You will also need to receive one of the following 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 qualifying benefit extends to any resident of the energy-inefficient home, including grandparents, parents, disabled children, or spouses.

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?

Opting for eco-friendly insulation presents a myriad of advantages, not only for the occupants of the home but also for the environment at large. Here are some of the key benefits associated with the use of eco-friendly insulation materials:

1. Enhanced Energy Efficiency: Eco-friendly insulation materials such as recycled cellulose, wool, or other natural fibers boast exceptional thermal properties. By effectively regulating indoor temperatures, they diminish the reliance on heating and cooling systems, consequently reducing energy consumption and cutting down on utility bills.

2. Reduced Environmental Impact: Typically crafted from renewable or recycled sources, eco-friendly insulation materials help divert waste from landfills and lessen the demand for virgin resources. This proactive approach mitigates the carbon footprint typically associated with insulation manufacturing processes.

3. Improved Indoor Air Quality: Unlike many traditional insulation materials that emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other harmful chemicals, eco-friendly alternatives are typically devoid of synthetic additives. This promotes healthier indoor air quality, creating a safer living environment.

4. Sustainability: Most eco-friendly insulating materials are derived from renewable sources, such as cellulose, hemp, and wool, requiring fewer resources compared to conventional options. This sustainability aspect aligns with environmentally conscious practices.

5. Enhanced Durability: Certain eco-friendly insulation materials, like wool, boast a longer lifespan compared to their traditional counterparts, showcasing resilience and resistance to degradation over time.

6. Noise Reduction: Any form of insulation installed in a home contributes to noise reduction, whether it’s external disturbances or sound transmission between walls, fostering a quieter and more peaceful living environment.

7. Moisture Regulation: Natural insulation materials possess the ability to absorb and release moisture, aiding in the regulation of indoor humidity levels and thwarting mold growth, thereby ensuring a healthier living space.

8. Increased Resale Value: The presence of eco-friendly insulation can be a compelling selling point for potential buyers, reflecting a commitment to sustainable living and potentially increasing the resale value of the property.

9. Incentives and Rebates: Homeowners in certain regions may be eligible for energy efficiency incentives, tax credits, or rebates by opting for eco-friendly insulation materials, further incentivizing environmentally responsible choices.

By prioritizing eco-friendly insulation, homeowners can enjoy a range of benefits while also contributing positively to environmental conservation efforts.

What Type
Of Energy Efficient Insulation Changes Can Be Made?

room in roof insulation
underfloor insulation


Apart from complimentary insulation, there are various other energy-efficient upgrades accessible through the Energy Company Obligation scheme. Implementing multiple features can significantly enhance your ability to reduce energy costs. These measures include:

  • Solar PV
  • Electric storage heater upgrade
  • First-time central heating
  • Non-condensing gas boiler upgrade
  1. Visit the Envirohomes Renewables website.
  2. Complete the Eligibility Check form or reach out to the team at 0141 459 0292 to assess your qualification for funding.
  3. If you meet the criteria, Envirohomes will guide you through the application process for the ECO4 grant.
  4. A surveyor approved by the scheme will visit your property to evaluate your existing heating system or insulation.
  5. Based on the assessment, the surveyor will recommend the most suitable energy-efficient measures tailored to your home and requirements.
  6. Envirohomes Renewables will handle the installation process.
  7. Once installed, you’ll enjoy the benefits of reduced carbon emissions and lower energy bills.

Yes, having adequate insulation in your Scottish home is imperative. Without proper insulation, you risk losing up to 45% of generated heat, as reported by the Energy Saving Trust. This inefficiency leads to constant adjustments to your central heating, resulting in higher monthly energy expenses.

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