Health Through Warmth scheme to help homeowners with long-term illnesses

A scheme to help keep vulnerable people warm set up by one of the UK’s largest energy suppliers, npower, requires more awareness than ever as more homeowners with long-term illnesses fall into fuel poverty, a media news report on the matter has revealed.

The Health Through Warmth scheme has helped 82,000 people since it was set up in 2000, and is designed to provide support towards the funding and installation of heating systems.

The scheme works closely with charities, local authorities and home improvement agencies to deliver support and raise awareness of the vital role that a warm home has on a person’s wellbeing.

Last year, npower Health Through Warmth installed £4 million worth of heating and insulation measures in the homes of vulnerable people across England and Wales and is now encouraging people with long-term illnesses to find out whether they could be eligible for assistance.

Managing and creating specific heating zones for one’s house can actually help its occupants drive down their energy consumption levels with a minimum disruption to their level of overall comfort.

The HeatSave wireless programmable thermostatic radiator valves allow users to attain even higher savings in terms of energy and bills, of up to an impressive 30 percent. They are extremely easy to set-up and install, since one will only have to unscrew the existing TRV by hand and replace with the HeatSave wireless radiator valve.

If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless thermostatic valves, just contact our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to answer all of your questions and queries.