Help's at Hand

Many people with home heating problems around the UK could be helped by the Home Energy Efficiency Scheme (HEES) grant. The HEES grant helps fund better insulation of a property, helping it to retain heat and use less fuel. From April 2000 the maximum grant will be increased from £315 to £700 and up to £2000 for the over 60s. People will qualify for the HEES grant if they receive the following benefits -

For those over 60 not receiving any of the above they can claim 25% of the grant. To find out more about the HEES grant and how it will change in April 2000, contact your local Energy Efficiency Advice Centre on 0800 512012 - all information provided is free and independent.

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