DECC to let home owners claim up to £4,000 under revised Green Deal scheme

Home owners who decide to implement energy-saving measures under the DECC’s Green Deal scheme will now be able to actually claim up to £4,000 following a revision of its terms meant to boost its adoption across Britain.

DECC has announced that consumers can now claim up to £4,000 for solid wall insulation, up from £650; up to £1,000 for ‘room in roof’ insulation, increased from £220; and up to £650 for double glazing, from £320.

In addition, the department has raised the cap on cashback payments from 50% of a household’s contribution towards costs to two-thirds. Government is also extending the cashback scheme until June 2014.

It’s also quite interesting to note that, for heating controls, which include roomstat and/or programmer and time/temperature zone controls, home owners will now be able to claim up to £100, compared to the maximum £70 available under the previous regulations.

The HeatSave TRVs are assimilated to the aforementioned category of energy-saving measures and enable users to set specific functioning times for each valve, and, since radiators are individually controlled, users are fully capable to maximise the zoning potential and reduce energy consumption in those areas that are not used for longer periods of time (as for example, dining or sitting rooms and kitchens during the night, etc.).

Additionally, the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves also provide an automatic exercising feature when unused for 7 days, whose purpose is to minimise seizing of radiator valves in warmer months.

All in all, the HeatSave TRVs enable users to achieve some pretty impressive savings, as they will help reduce your heating bills by up to 30%.

If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves, our dedicated team is eagerly waiting to answer all of your questions.