What You Need to Know about the NEW BOILER AND RADIATORS or FTCH
Most importantly, a NEW BOILER AND RADIATORS and First Time Central Heating Grants (FTCH) is a Government initiative. The aim is to reduce carbon emissions. The grant will also tackle fuel poverty.
For instance, you could have a new boiler installed. Alternatively, you could have your home fitted with new radiators! Consequently, this will certainly improve human comfort in your home!
Moreover, with the energy-efficient improvements, you will save money on energy bills!
Furthermore, you will benefit the environment!
Who Can Apply for a NEW BOILER AND RADIATORS GRANT?
Most importantly, if you are a homeowner or a tenant, you may be entitled to 100% of the FTCH funding.
Finally, with a new heating system, your home will now be toasty warm!
WHAT A NEW BOILER AND RADIATORS WILL DO FOR YOU
Please take some time to read what benefits the NEW BOILER AND RADIATORS will do for you.
Thirdly, add value to your home
Secondly, save on energy costs
Finally, you help benefit the environment
Firstly, FTCH is part of the Government’s Energy Obligation Scheme or ECO3.
If your home has never had a central heating system, then you could qualify for an FTCH grant! The grant could ge you a new boiler and radiators.
The FTCH benefits homeowners, tenants, the building industry, and the environment.
Finally, the GRANT will help to make your home more energy-efficient.
What type of heating must I have to qualify for the FTCH grant?
Firstly, your home must not have had a boiler installed
Find out here if your home qualifies for the grant.
Who is Eligible for the Government’s FIRST TIME CENTRAL HEATING GRANT?
If you are a homeowner, or a tenant, and are in receipt of any of the following, then you could qualify for the grant for a new boiler and radiators:
- Disability Living Allowance
- Income Support
- Universal credit
- Child Tax Credit
- Constant Attendance Allowance
- Carer’s Allowance
- Income Support
- Attendance Allowance
- Pension Credit (Guarantee)
- Child Benefit
- Jobseeker’s allowance (Income-based)
- Working tax credit
- Severe disablement allowance
- Employment and support allowance (income-related)
- Industrial injuries disablement benefit
- Mobility supplement
- Personal independence payment
- War Pension Mobility Supplement
- Armed Forces Independence Payment
What Sort of Heating Must You Have Currently?
- Gas room heaters
- Solid fossil fuel fire with back boiler
- Solid fossil fuel room heaters
- Gas fire with back boiler
- Electric room heaters
- Wood/biomass room heating
- Bottled LPG room heating
- Oil room heaters
- Electric underfloor or ceiling heating
If your home does not have any heating, then you could still qualify!
If you don’t fancy a new boiler and radiators, why not try electric storage heaters?
Firstly, many people are unaware of what electric storage heaters are. Electric storage heaters are complex but smart pieces of equipment. In addition, electric storage heaters exploit a problem with the generation of energy and in particular electric energy generation.
What is the problem with energy generation?
Most importantly, when power plants generate electricity, it is a continuous process. Furthermore, the process never stops. Moreover, it just keeps ongoing. On the positive side, this electric generation is fine when we are all at work or awake during the day. Whereas, during the night, when we are all asleep, we only need a fraction of the electricity. However, the power plants have to keep the electrical energy flowing. In conclusion, this is bad for the environment.
How do electric storage heaters use energy generation to their own advantage?
In the first place, you need to know about dual-rate tariffs. As a matter of fact, there are many different types of tariffs for both industries, businesses, and residential use. For the purpose of home heating, For instance, a fixed-fate tariff charges you a fixed rate for the electricity you use. The rate doesn’t change. However, a dual-rate tariff, often known as Economy 7 or Economy 10 tariffs.
What are Economy 7 and Economy 10 tariffs?
Most importantly, Economy 7 and Economy 10 allow you to use electricity cheaply during the night! These are referred to as ‘time of use tariffs. Finally, Economy 7 gives you seven hours of electricity and Economy 10 gives you ten hours of electricity.
How do Economy 7 and Economy 10 tariffs work?
How do electric storage heaters benefit from dual-rate tariffs?
Most importantly, electric storage heaters are intelligent machines. They wait until after midnight and then begin to use the electrical energy whilst it is cheap. In particular, during the day, the electrical storage heaters don’t use electricity. This is when the electric price is at its highest. In other words, the electric storage heaters let out the stored energy during the day. As can be seen, this is the cheaper and best way to warm your home!
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