Warmer Homes Scotland Scheme

Warmer Homes Scotland is a Scottish Government funded scheme. The scheme helps people in need to make their homes warmer and cost less to heat. It does this by changing your home to use energy more efficiently.

Warmer Homes Scotland is open and taking applications all through the summer months.

The Scottish Government funded scheme has now helped over 20,000 households get new boilers, radiators, insulation, home renewables and more.

Call Home Energy Scotland free on 0808 808 2282 or check out their website for more information.

2 thoughts on “Warmer Homes Scotland Scheme

  1. I’m not in the private sector i am an Angus Council tenant renting a small house which is cold in the summer and freezing cold in winter and I’m talking about inside the property. Being 70 years of age living off a pension with the majority of this pension being used to heat the house inside. I know there is external cladding that the Council has installed on some of their properties and I would ask that my property be insulated the same way. I do hope this can be done before another cold winter comes along also I would save money on heating bills. It’s getting to the stage to HEAT or to EAT is a reality for me.

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    • Hi Sheila

      I can confirm that your property currently complies with the appropriate energy standards. However, one of our officers will contact you to discuss this with you. In the meantime, you can contact the Home Energy Advice Team at SCARF for advice and help on how to make the best of your heating systems and keep bills as low as possible. You can contact the Home Energy Advice Team on Freephone 0808 129 0888 or on their website – https://www.scarf.org.uk/ Hope this helps.

      Regards

      Gary

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