Insulation grants for social housing
Greenvision Energy can help your social housing association to apply for insulation grants for external wall, cavity wall and loft insulation.
External wall, cavity wall and loft insulation grants
We have access to government funding and can obtain up to 70% funding for external wall insulation and 100% funding for some cavity wall insulation. By partnering with Greenvision Energy, we can help you to improve the energy efficiency of your housing stock by applying for these insulation grants and installing the external wall, cavity wall or loft insulation.
Insulation is one of the most effective ways to increase your housing stock’s EPC rating, reduce damp and condensation, and improve the health and well-being of your tenants.
From start to finish, Greenvision Energy can project manage the insulation measures for your social housing association. This includes:
- Carrying out energy audits and EPC surveys on your housing stock.
- Applying and obtaining insulation grants.
- Installing the external wall, cavity wall or loft insulation.
- Liaising with tenants on the project’s development on your behalf and providing advice on saving energy.
- Our Tariff and Benefits Services (TABS) - ensuring your tenants are on the best tariff for their heating and receiving the relevant benefits such as the Affordable Warmth Payment.
Cavity wall insulation by abseiling
We have recently launched a cavity wall insulation by abseiling programme, an ideal solution if your housing stock includes high rise properties. No scaffolding is required and this can reduce installation costs by up to 45%. It can also cut the installation time by 65%, meaning less disruption to residents. In some instances, Greenvision Energy has secured 100% funding for cavity wall insulation by abseiling for our social housing association clients.
Abseiling has less environmental impact than scaffolding as transport and on-site activities are reduced, which lowers carbon emissions.
Benefits of insulation measures to housing associations
- Your tenants will receive the free Tariff and Benefit Services (TABS) from Greenvision Energy when you install an insulation measure.
- Increase your EPC rating and reduce your tenant’s energy bills with no upfront cost as 100% funding is available in some cases, or a small contribution may be required.
- Reduce build up of damp and mould, saving on future maintenance costs.
- Improve the health and well-being of your tenants and help to reduce fuel poverty and increase sustainable tenancy.
Benefits of insulation measures to tenants
- Your tenants will receive the free Tariff and Benefit Services (TABS) from Greenvision Energy, savng them £100s per year, when you install an insulation measure.
- Benefits of insulation measures to tenants.
- Tenants can afford to have additional heating in other rooms due to the reduced cost in energy bills, thus reducing damp and condensation.
- Improve health and well-being with a warmer home.
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Why choose Greenvision Energy?
• Our number one objective is to save your social housing association money and reduce your tenants’ energy bills by applying for funding on your behalf, and recommending energy solutions that give you best return on your investment.
• Tenants receive a Free Tariff and Benefits Services (TABS) check. We will make sure they are on the right tariff and getting the best deal from their energy provider, saving them £100s per year. And we will ensure they are receiving the relevant benefits such as the Warm Home Discount and Winter Fuel Allowance.
• We subscribe to a multi-measured approach to reduce energy consumption and fuel poverty. We offer a one-stop shop: survey, funding, installation, project management, education and procurement. We carry out energy audits and EPCs to identify the best funding solutions for installing energy efficient measures to your properties that give you best return on investment.
• Smart meters and energy monitoring. Greenvision Energy has a range of smart meters and monitoring equipment to help you monitor and evaluate new technologies for energy efficiency, temperature and humidity.