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25th November 2021 Richard Help & Advice 0 Comments

Nottingham City & Nottinghamshire residents can benefit from a gas connection, gas central heating system and insulation measures, free of charge!

The residents of Broad Oak Drive are able to have a free gas connection regardless if you rent your home or own, this applies to anyone who wants it, this has been approved by Broxtowe Council,  you can also receive a full central heating system* and save up to £5,000 on materials and install costs. This switch will also reduce your energy bills significantly.

*Subject to your circumstances – If you receive a means tested benefit such as Universal Credit, Income-Related ESA, Personal Independence Payment (PIP), Carers Allowance and much more or if you don’t happen to receive a benefit if you can still also qualify if you happen to meet one of the parameters.

If your home is not connected to gas, we can connect you to the gas mains so you are able to benefit from our offer of 1st time central heating. This could save you up to £2,000!

To further improve the comfort of your home, we can insulate your property too. This can save you up to £629 on cavity wall insulation or up to £474 on loft insulation – you can benefit from this offer as long as your (loft) insulation is less than 100mm.

Benefits of a central heating system  

For you

Save up to £7,000 on the install & materials

Gain full control of your heating & hot water

Reduce the risk of cold-related illnesses

Gain access to instant hot water

For your property

Reduce the risk of damp and mould growth

Improve the comfort & warmth of your home

Improve the energy efficiency rating of your home

Reduce your fuel costs

 

Jason Moore

Scheme Co-ordinator

Warmer Homes Scheme

Commercial Services

T: 0333 202 4481

M:07773538389

E WHFapplications@eonenergy.com

Newstead Court

Annesley
Nottinghamshire

NG15 0DR

www.eonenergy.com

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