Is your home suffering from a broken or inefficient heating system or are you wasting heat due to a lack of insulation?
Arktek Group Limited is working in partnership with Sunderland City Council installing energy-saving measures in your home using funding available from the Government-backed Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme.
This scheme aims to help Sunderland residents who are living in fuel poverty, on low incomes, and that either face high fuel costs or are vulnerable to the effects of living in a cold home.
ECO Flex is aimed mainly at owner occupiers who meet at least one of the following four local criteria – and that may have higher incomes than many of those that are eligible under the ECO scheme:
A. Live within a Local Authority priority area and property EPC rating to be either D, E, F, or G
B. Are in receipt of Council Tax Support and live in a cold home
C. Employed and/or pensionable low-income household (total gross income not exceeding £28,400 per year), and living in a cold home
D. Are diagnosed as suffering from a certain health condition exacerbated by living in a cold home and in receipt of local income (total gross income not exceeding £32,000 per year)
The energy-saving measures that we can provide for your home through EXO Flex includes:
If your home qualifies for an approved insulation measure and a replacement boiler, then these measures could possibly be installed free of charge, however in some cases you may be required to pay a nominal contribution toward the cost.
If your home qualifies for a boiler replacement only, then a customer contribution would be required to be paid before the installation
Delivering professional and reliable heating, insulation and home renovation services throughout the North East and North Yorkshire areas with, Arktek have created a first class reputation. This is based upon the pride and care we take in every aspect of our work. But don’t just take our word for it – see what our customers have to say!
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