Warmer Homes Scotland, the Scottish Government’s national fuel poverty scheme, has supported 3,270 people in the South West Scotland area since it was launched in 2015.
The Warmer Homes Scotland scheme provides a step-by-step service to identify where energy efficiency improvements can be made in the home and arranges for this work to be carried out. The scheme offers new central heating systems, including renewable heating technologies such as air source heat pumps, in all property types and in all regions of Scotland.
All of the work delivered under the scheme is carried out by registered and accredited local sub-contractors, working to rigorous quality standards across the country, with completed work independently checked to guarantee that these standards are met. In the last year, 99% of Warmer Homes Scotland customers said they were satisfied or very satisfied with the work carried out in their homes.
Elena Whitham MSP said:
“I’m pleased to learn that the Warmer Homes Scotland scheme has supported so many people in my constituency to be warmer and more comfortable in their homes.
“The scheme offers grants to support the installation of energy efficiency upgrades that can help people across the constituency to stay warm, make their home more energy efficient and, in turn, help them to better manage their energy bills.
“I’d encourage everyone to check if they are eligible to receive help under the scheme, as the improvements it offers could make a real difference this winter and in the years to come.”
Warmworks’ Chief Executive, Ross Armstrong, added:
“The Warmer Homes Scotland scheme has been helping people right across Scotland to feel warmer and more comfortable in their homes for more than seven years.
“At a time when we begin to depend more on our heating at home, we’d encourage everyone across the South West Scotland area to check their eligibility now for the Warmer Homes Scotland scheme by getting in touch with Home Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2282”