Insulation grants in Staffordshire have never been more widely available, accessible and easy to obtain.

There has never been a better time to apply for and receive an insulation grant in Staffordshire. This is great news, as many houses in Stafford, Stoke, Cannock and surrounding cities and villages really require energy efficiency upgrades to lower their heating costs.

Residential Energy Services has been based in the area for a long time, so they are familiar with the needs of locals who want to improve the energy efficiency of their homes by installing cavity wall insulation, loft insulation, and other similar products. If you live in Staffordshire and your family is interested in cutting your energy costs, please read on!

Loft insulation grants are needed in Staffordshire

36% of homes in Stoke

are considered to have below-average walls. That’s about a third of the homes in just one area where heat loss is a problem due to improper insulation or a lack of insulation, which puts extra stress on boilers and other heating equipment. Because of this, residents of Staffordshire are paying more than they should for their monthly energy costs.

39.6% of lofts in the Staffordshire

area are considered to be below average. Because warm air rises, loft insulation is a useful measure for keeping the heat inside the house. It’s also really fast and easy to use. That’s why the Great British Insulation Scheme offers free loft insulation to eligible participants.

Frequently asked questions about energy efficiency in Staffordshire

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The Great British Insulation Scheme

The Great British Insulation Scheme (GBIS) lets people in lower council tax bands get free loft insulation and other measures that might help them save money. The money for these measures comes from energy companies.

The Great British Insulation Scheme makes it possible for more homes, like those in Stafford, Stoke and around Staffordshire to take steps to save energy. If your home’s Energy Performance Certificate has a rating of D or lower and it is in one of the lowest council tax bands in your area (A-D), you may be able to get help from this scheme.

Staffordshire’s impartial energy advice service

Residential Energy Services is a local service that can help you make your home more energy efficient. They know a lot about the real estate market in Staffordshire and how energy has been used in the past.

With our mobile energy advice service, you can find us in Stafford, Stoke, Lichfield, and other places in the area. You can also talk to us right now through our online chat service, and we’ll help you start to deal with fuel poverty at home.