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Central Heating grants for households on Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance

Your inefficient heating system or ineffective boiler could now be replaced with an A-rated option from leading manufacturers if you’re in receipt of pension credit and apply for a free boiler grant today. Providing you receive a qualifying benefit you should be entitled to free grants offered through the ECO scheme.

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Qualify for a boiler grant In 3 Simple Steps…

Sound too easy? We promise it really is.


Fill out our online application form for a solar panel grant and go through a simple evaluation to see if you qualify for any government funding. Our internal grants team will then evaluate your application.


Following your successful application, we will arrange a free, no obligation survey to ensure the maximum grant is obtained and advise you on the best products to reduce your homes energy usage.


The installation of your chosen products will be carried out by our experienced and local engineers at a time that suits you. All of our installations are COVID safe & adhere to all government guidelines.

About Warma UK

Warma UK has helped thousands of customers improve their homes energy efficiency and reduce their energy bills all with the help of government funded grants. We pride ourselves on our customer service which is as efficient as the products we install! We have a network of engineers located across the UK to ensure that each install is carried out by a local and trusted engineer. This means you get the service and reliability of a national company, with the personal touch of a local trader.

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Grants available for all new boilers

The government’s ECO scheme could help you reduce your fuel bills and enjoy a warmer home if you receive Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA).

If you also own your own home or live in a rented property and have the support and permission of your landlord, your social housing provider or management company, you could think about applying for help to upgrade your home heating through the Energy Company Obligation scheme. This could be through improving the insulation in your home or upgrading your central heating boiler.

ECO features the Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation, which is specifically aimed at reducing your outgoings on domestic heating. The whole thing is part of a bigger government plan to reduce carbon emissions in a bid to protect the planet and to tackle the problem of fuel poverty in Britain.

How does it work?

In short, obligated energy companies have to pay out for eligible people to have their home’s energy efficiency improved. This could be through the installation of insulation such as solid wall insulation, cavity wall insulation, loft insulation, boiler replacement or the fitting of an energy-efficient boiler.

If you qualify, you have to find the best deal for you as different installers or companies offer different kinds of support. They all have the aim of improving heating or energy efficiency measures but this can come in different forms.

Obligated companies are chosen for being the largest energy suppliers operating in Britain. They have to meet targets in terms of the number of people they help and, remember, you don’t have to change energy supplier to apply.

The number of people each obligated company helps depends on how much of the British domestic energy market they hold. These obligated companies then use installers to carry out the work to provide better heating measures in your home.

You can find more information about obligated suppliers on the Ofgem website as Ofgem administers the ECO scheme on behalf of the government’s Department for Energy, Business & Industrial Strategy. Other sources of advice include the Each Home Counts website, which features information if you live in Wales or England, and Home Energy Scotland.

The obligated suppliers include a wide range of different companies, including Avro Energy, Bristol Energy, British Gas, E.ON Energy, Ecotricity, EDF Energy, Green Star, nPower, Octopus Energy, Pure Planet, ScottishPower, Shell Energy (formerly First Utility), The Co-operative Energy, The Utility Warehouse, and Utilita. This is not an exhaustive list, however, and so it could be worth checking out the Eco supplier contact details list on the Ofgem website.

Could you get a new boiler if you receive Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA)?

Under the latest version of ECO, you could be eligible for a new boiler under the scheme. To be eligible for a replacement boiler, you must have previously had a boiler that has broken down and is not economically viable to repair. There is a cap on replacing broken heating systems, although some measures are not included in this cap. These include:

FTCH or First Time Central Heating

A district heating system

Renewable heating systems

A secondary measure of heating that is installed alongside insulation.

Heating control installation.

Who is eligible for a free boiler grant on Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance?

To receive a free boiler grant, then you or someone in your home must be a recipient of one of the following benefits: 


Applicants under the income-based jobseekers allowance grant scheme must satisfy the following criteria

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Following your successful application, we will arrange a free, no obligation survey to ensure the maximum grant is obtained and advise you on the best products to reduce your homes energy usage.

What our customers say
Barry Jones
Home Owner
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had boiler replaced two weeks ago , everything went smoothly as I have been expecting, engineers came on site spot on time everything boiler is working good , place left tidy , i am impressed with Company Warma , definitely would give 5 star
Malcom Brett
Home Owner
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Don’t often do reviews but felt this warranted one. A little slow getting the fitting date sorted out but once this had been sorted everything was plain sailing from start to finish. Can’t fault the engineer who fitted my combi boiler. Nothing was to much trouble to him, explained everything has he went along. Would recommend without hesitation.
David Garrod
Home Owner
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The old boiler and tank were removed and the new condensing boiler fitted by the two installers from XL Heating. They were friendly, informative and tidy, working well as a team for two days. So far very happy.

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