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First Time Central Heating

First Time Central Heating Grants cover the cost of supplying and installing a central heating boiler together with radiators, the necessary pipework and heating control systems. If any plaster work is damaged during the installation this will be repaired but the grant does not cover redecoration.


First Time Central Heating

Central heating is a heating system that provides warmth to an entire building or house through a central point, such as a furnace, boiler, or heat pump. If you are thinking of installing central heating in your home for the first time, there are many benefits to enjoy. Here are some of the most significant benefits of first-time central heating.

  1. Increased Comfort: Central heating provides a more consistent and evenly distributed heat throughout your home. This means that you no longer have to rely on individual heaters or fireplaces, which can be inefficient and provide uneven heat. Instead, you can enjoy a comfortable and warm home, no matter which room you are in.

  2. Energy Efficiency: Central heating systems are much more energy efficient than traditional heating methods. This is because the system uses a central point to heat the entire building, rather than individual heaters that waste energy by heating unoccupied rooms. With a central heating system, you can enjoy lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint.

  3. Increased Home Value: Installing central heating in your home can increase its value. This is because central heating is seen as a desirable feature by potential buyers, and it can make your home more attractive to the market.

  4. Easy Maintenance: Central heating systems are designed to be easy to maintain, with most requiring only annual maintenance checks. This means that you can enjoy a warm and comfortable home with minimal hassle and stress.

In conclusion, installing central heating in your home for the first time can provide a range of benefits, including increased comfort, energy efficiency, improved air quality, increased home value, and easy maintenance. So, if you are thinking of installing central heating in your home, consider these benefits and the impact they can have on your daily life.

Qualifying Heating Types

  • Electric room heaters, including direct acting room heaters, fan heaters or inefficient electric storage heaters

  • Gas room heaters; including fixed mains gas room heaters

  • Gas fire with back boiler

  • Solid fossil fuel fire with back boiler

  • Electric underfloor or ceiling heating (not part of an electric boiler)

  • Bottled LPG room heating

  • Solid fossil fuel room heaters

  • Oil room heaters

  • No heating in place


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