Get a grant towards a boiler upgrade
Top Plumb – an approved BUS installer
As a recognised and trusted agent for the Boiler Upgrade Scheme, Top Plumb is committed to assisting homeowners in making the transition to energy-efficient and environmentally responsible heating solutions. As an approved installer, we can guide you through the process of upgrading your boiler, while maximising the benefits of the government grant. Our team of certified professionals ensures that installations are carried out to the strictest industry standards, guaranteeing optimal performance and energy savings for years to come.
By choosing Top Plumb as your approved installer, you are partnering with a company that shares the government’s vision of a greener, more sustainable future.
What is the Boiler Upgrade Scheme?
The Boiler Upgrade Scheme is a government initiative to promote energy efficiency – and so to reduce carbon emissions. It aims to encourage owners of homes and small non-domestic buildings in England and Wales to upgrade their old, inefficient boilers. The scheme provides capital grants of up to £6000 towards the cost of replacing fossil fuel heating with more efficient, low carbon heating systems such as heat pumps and biomass boilers.
Why do I need to change my boiler?
Older gas and oil boilers consume more fuel and produce higher levels of greenhouse gas emissions, compared to low carbon systems such as air source heat pumps.
There are some eligibility criteria for the scheme; see the government’s website for details. We are happy to advise about this. Homeowners may need to select boilers that meet specific energy efficiency standards. These standards ensure that the new boilers will significantly reduce energy consumption and contribute to a greener environment.
You will be required to have your new system installed by a certified professional such as Top Plumb to ensure proper installation and optimal performance.
You will need to apply for the grant through the government’s application process, but Top Plumb can assist with this. The process will involve providing information about their current heating system, property details, and other relevant documentation.