Heating our homes currently accounts for a huge 13-14% of the UK’s total carbon emissions. By installing a heat pump, you can heat your home using renewable energy rather than burning fossil fuels. With a new £5,000 grant scheme from the government opening in April 2022, it’s a good time to explore green heating.
Get a quote for your heat pump today
We work with Caplor, who currently install heat pumps in Wales and the west of England (up to the Midlands) but are working to expand across more of Britain. Go to the Caplor website to see if your county is covered and find out how you can switch to renewable heating.
Get money off with the Boiler Upgrade Scheme
Households in England and Wales will be eligible for a new government grant from April 2022 to reduce the cost of installing a heat pump.
Eligible households can receive a one-off grant of £5,000 through the Boiler Upgrade Scheme. As a registered installer, Caplor will apply for the grant on your behalf so that you don’t have to deal with deadlines or paperwork.
The Boiler Upgrade Scheme has made a total of £450 million available for supporting households to switch to greener heating. Individual grants will be offered on a first come, first served basis – so enquire soon to make sure you don’t miss out.
Reduce your carbon footprint and your bills
Burning fossil fuels to heat your home is expensive, not to mention unsustainable for the planet in the long term.
Heat pumps do require initial investment. For a standard 2-bedroom house, the price of a heat pump starts at around £11,500. However, factoring in the new government grant of £5,000 towards the initial cost and that the electricity needed to power your pump will generally cost less than using gas or oil for heating, in the long term you could save on your energy bills.